Joanna Balogh-Reynolds is a vice president, senior clinical consultant and national corporate well-being solutions leader within Segal’s national health technical services practice. A doctoral-trained registered nurse, a certified case manager and a nationally recognized expert in clinical program design, she has held multiple leadership roles, including director of oncology in a large managed care organization. Balogh-Reynolds remains on faculty locally in Pittsburgh at Carlow University, where she received an excellence in education award in 2020. Her consulting practice focuses on helping plan sponsors with specific health care issues pertinent to medical coverage, plan design, quality of care, mental well-being and substance use, value-based care design, social determinants of health and digital therapeutics.
Balogh-Reynolds has served as an advisory board member for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship–Pittsburgh Chapter. Her past speaking engagements include the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans (NCCMP) on the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), Healthcare Human Resources Conference (AHHRA) related to well-being in the time of a pandemic, and HERO 2021 Mental Resilience. She also co-authored “Future of Healthcare: What Plan Sponsors Should Know.” Balogh-Reynolds earned her D.N.P., nursing practice, and M.S.N., leadership and education, from Carlow University and her B.S.N., nursing, from Duquesne University.