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What’s Wrong With Wellness?

Dr. Bruce Campbell - in News & Insights

In order to build a culture of wellness in an organization, it’s important to be clear about what wellness means, the goals of the wellness program, what the program’s components are, and how the program “fits” into the work of the organization. Historically,…

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Prevention and Wellness Practices in a 21st Century Environment: What We Have and What We Need

Frank G. Magourilos - in Worksite Wellness

The Big Picture—In the last two decades the science of Behavioral Health Prevention has advanced faster than our ability to systemically...

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Role of Software in Economically Staffing Employee Benefit Meetings

Pat Galla - in Economics

For years there has been a need for carriers to staff thousands of meetings each year with either their own staff or with independent contract...

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How Governments and Unions Can Protect Their Healthcare Coverage While Reducing Taxpayer Costs

Peter Burchard - in Economics

The severity of the healthcare cost and wellness crisis faced by state and local governments is beyond the pale. Combined with unfunded pension...

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Is Your Organization a Healthy Enterprise?

Steven Cyboran - in Worksite Wellness

A major, but often unrecognized, factor underlying most employers’

Applying Best Practices to Study the Impact of Health Promotion Programs Benefit Costs

The establishment of the health risk appraisal and advent of corporate fitness centers more than 20 years ago was the beginning of worksite health promotion as we know it today.

This checklist will give you the tools and rules your wellness program needs.

Good-Intentioned Wellness Programs Need Rules Too

Emily Noll - in Worksite Wellness

A drier topic never draws a bigger crowd than a workshop on legal compliance regarding employment benefits. While Human Resource professionals aren’t required to be legal experts,

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Turning Bad News into Best Practices: How to Bounce Back from the Health Care Crisis

Scott Foster - in News & Insights

Employer medical costs have increased by 140 percent over the past ten years. Health insurance costs will likely overtake profits very soon. Medical systems and employees alike face paralyzing double-digit