John Bracaglia, CEO and co-founder of Marvin, a company providing behavioral health services for healthcare professionals, shares his story and talks about why he launched Marvin. It has been reported that only 35% of healthcare workers show an improvement from a traditional depression and anxiety treatment program. Marvin’s trained therapists have the cultural competency to understand the demands of the life of a healthcare worker and create a personalized, concierge-level treatment program that is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
John Bracaglia is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Marvin, a digital mental health company providing teletherapy services for healthcare workers. John previously worked at Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences), where he worked on Study Watch, a wearable cardiac monitor for patients of Atrial Fibrillation. Prior to Verily, John worked at Google and YouTube. He also previously founded Nick’s Handi Closet, a community service organization for equipment for the disabled, and Symplivety, a startup that hosted a centralized auction for college-area rental properties. He holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School and a BA degree from the College of William & Mary.