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A doctor showing X-ray results to a patient on an iPad

An Integrated Platform for Health and Wellness: The Next Generation of Websites

Dr. Rahul Razdan - in Technology

By Dr. Rahul Razdan

 

Corporate wellness and technology are increasingly inseparable: The latter enhances the former by elevating a doctor's presence online (to cite one notable example) and educating prospective patients about relev

Secure smartphone apps are essential to trust in corporate wellness programs.

Building Secure Apps, Part Two: The Corporate Challenge

Andrew Hoog - in News & Insights

A recent article in Internet Retailer notes that US consumers will make $18.2 billion in purchases on their smart phones this year, an increase of 143% over 2011.  Currently, 58% of Americans own a smart phone and those numbers are on the increase and show…

A computer locked up, securing health information

Corporate Wellness and Digital Awareness: Defending the Most Vital Information

Randy Reaney - in News & Insights

Corporate wellness is both a philosophy and a summons to action. Concerning the latter, and the manner in which so much private information migrates from paper to "the cloud," as distant (in theory) as the liquid droplets, frozen crystals and various chemicals…

Using a medicine ball as a chair to engage the core, part of a culture of health.

4 Tips to Improve Company Health Culture

Sean Gallivan - in Worksite Wellness

Healthcare is a $2.8 trillion a year industry in the United States, which is the highest spend per country in the world, but the U.S. is by no means the healthiest. In order to create a healthier nation and put those dollars to making a difference in society,…

A man jogging through the country side

Engaging Wellness for your Organization

Mark Roberts - in Others

The big buzz in employee health care for the past two years has been, and continues to be, wellness.

Back pain can be crippling, until you find the proper exercise.

Finding the Right Exercise Therapy for Back Pain

Strategies for using exercise therapy to improve outcomes in chronic low back pain reports there continues to be uncertainty about the most effective exercise approach in chronic low back pain.

Wellness interventions now can prevent worse health outcomes later

Choosing Wellness Interventions

Lisa Weston - in Others

Corporate wellness can be a confusing landscape for those new to the industry. Lisa Weston detials what to make of all of these abberviations, and how to best implements these programs. This is a useful guide of where to begin any wellness program.

Healthcare analytics are the future of cost savings.

The Cost Control of Health Benefits: A Beginner’s Guide to Analytics

Ginger Campbell - in Economics

This is the era of analytics. Decision making based on a thorough analysis of facts and figures is

Charts showing the growth of wellness ROI at this company.

Wellness ROI: A Big Business

Archana Kansagra - in Economics

An increasing number of employers understand the advantages of wellness programs (especially the

A businessman standing in a conference room, staring out at the city of London/.

Establishing a Culture of Incidental Physical Activity in the Office Environment

The typical full-time desk based employee will be required to sit at a desk for approximately 80,000 hours during their working life.

A group of business professionals cheering together after putting their hand together.

Improving Well-Being at Work: Make It Social

Chris Cartter - in Worksite Wellness

Increasingly, organizations are using technology to improve the delivery and effectiveness

A stethoscope across the keyboard of a laptop.

Using Technology for Increased Employee Engagement in Health and Fitness Programs

Dave Monahan - in Focused

The biggest contributor to rising US healthcare costs, according to the CDC, is life style choice.