Episode 1: Charting a New Course

A Happify Health Original Simulcast

Tuesday – November 2, 11:00am E.T.

In the inaugural episode of the Charting a New Course podcast, get to know our hosts, Murray Zucker, M.D., and Brendon Kelly, M.B.A., and understand their motivation for launching this new program.

Episode Summary: 

What’s keeping you up at night? If you’re responsible for the health and wellness of others, the pandemic has likely caused you to rethink the way we access and deliver healthcare in the United States as well as globally. 

It doesn't matter if you’re a single parent or the leader of a Fortune 500 company; when you’re responsible for the health of others, chances are there’s something in our healthcare system that you think could be improved upon. 

In season one, episode one of Charting a New Course, you’ll get to meet Dr. Zucker and Brendon, and listen to them walk through the results of a survey asking national business leaders what healthcare issues keep them up at night in a pandemic-addled world.  

Listen to the audio!


Hosted By


Murray Zucker, MD

Chief Medical Officer, Happify Health

Murray Zucker, MD, is the chief medical officer at Happify Health. Dr. Zucker has worked as a healthcare consultant and psychiatrist for more than 20 years. He's had senior leadership roles as a medical executive in the health insurance and managed care industries. He has consulted for large hospital systems and Fortune 500 companies, as well as for large provider groups. As a healthcare expert, Dr. Zucker has appeared on the “Today” show, “Good Morning America”, “20/20”, CNN, and the LA evening news. He has also been a featured guest host on radio programs and a quoted expert in prominent media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and People magazine.


Brendon Kelly

VP of Partnerships, Happify Health

Brendon is vice president of Customer Success at Happify Health. Throughout his career Brendon has had the unique opportunity to work across teams, functions, and industries, with sales being the consistent through-line. For Brendon, being of service  by understanding and solving complex problems for others  is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding endeavors one can embark upon. It's that sense of purpose and drive that gets him out of bed in the morning and keeps him moving forward (that and trying to keep my two children, ages 5 and 3, from burning the house down).