/ Category / Biometrics
A high tech stethoscope

High Tech or High Touch … Why not Both?

Chris Ciatto - in News & Insights

High Tech or High Touch … Why not Both?   Ponder these questions for a moment: Would you like to improve employee engagement in your health and well-being programs? Are you trying to build a culture of health? Is your office environment a barrier to…

An employee climbing the steps to success, just like your wellness program.

Stages of Change: A Key to Successful Wellness

Janice Stanger - in Worksite Wellness

It is important to know if a wellness program is achieving all the goals set for it, or if the measurable results are uneven.

A smiling truck driver standing in front of his rig.

American Crisis – Health of our Nation’s Truck Drivers

Steward Levy - in Focused

In America, nearly 1 of every 15 people in the workforce is employed in the trucking industry, including over 7 million truck drivers on our roads.

A woman using a smartphone.

New Apps Improve Employee Wellness

Nancy Sansom - in Others

Numerous studies show that improving employee wellness decreases employer healthcare costs. In addition, research directly correlates employee benefits with overall employee satisfaction.

A man in a suit looking through a pair of binoculars into the future.

Take Your Wellness Program to the Next Level

Michael Kelly - in Column, Worksite Wellness

Employers are looking for more innovative solutions to control costs and interject

Two road signs on top of each other. The top one says "new way" and the bottom says "healthcare"

How to Reduce Health Costs and Save Lives

It’s a rare feat in today’s business world when an organization can avoid reducing health insurance benefits or shifting costs onto employees in the face of runaway

A carrot tied to a stick, as a concept of incentives.

Carrots and Sticks? How about Personal Accountability!

Jim Pshock - in Worksite Wellness

Over and over I hear the analogies of our trade, “It’s easier to attract bees with honey,” “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink” or “It’s better to motivate change with carrots than to punish