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A pile of empty prescription bottles

Proactive Health Care – Drugs Are Not the Answer

Russell Benaroya - in Column

Modern Healthcare published an article by the Associated Press discussing the new heights reached by FDA approvals last year. An impressive forty-one first-of-a-kind drugs have been approved, the highest total since 1996 when the agency sanctioned fifty-three…

A drone with a first aid kit

Lifesaving Care from Drone Technology: A Medical Revolution

Lewis Fein - in Technology

Corporate wellness is inseparable from education and technology.  

Which is to say, the rapidity of change within the health care industry makes knowledge a priority and awareness (about the options available to individuals) a necessit

Analytics like this will be the future of wellness programs and cost savings

Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics

Richard Kersh - in Worksite Wellness

The prevalence of outcomes-based wellness programs in combination with incentives and disincentives are becoming increasingly

A dialysis patient receiving his treatment.

It’s Not Only About Dialysis: CKD Management – a New Paradigm

Employers utilizing specialized CKD intervention tools in a controllable high-cost population can give

A bottle of pills spilling on top of a stack of dollar bills.

Health Care Cost Containment Beyond the Obvious

Lisa Hall - in Economics

When you think about health care cost-containment, you probably envision wellness programs such as weight loss plans, exercise regimens and smoking cessation programs.

A person checking their blood glucose levels with a finger prick, a crucial part of diabetes care.

5 Steps to Better Diabetes Self-Management

Carina Saez - in Focused

When you have diabetes, much of your treatment and care comes from the decisions you make on a daily basis.

A man sitting at his work computer with his hand rubbing his lower back from pain.

The AOA Urges Americans to Break Through Their Pain

Joseph A. Giaimo - in Focused

Whether your work day is spent behind a desk or on the move, pain is something we have all experienced at one point or another.

A pair of hands holding several medication packages, all of different colors and sizes.

Medication Compliance Is a Top Concern for Employers

Dan Leonard - in Economics

Some 54% of Americans don’t take their medicines or follow a treatment plan as prescribed by their health care provider.

A depressed woman on a bench near a lake with her head in her hands.

Six Stages of Coping with Your Spouse’s Depression

Steve Lowell - in Focused

We were married on October 24, 1998 and on October 25, I barely recognized her! She spoke differently, using words of anger and despair. Her voice was different; it was sharper.

A woman in awake in be in the middle of the night, unable to sleep from insomnia.

An Alarming Wake-Up Call: The Impact of Insomnia on Health and Productivity

Richard C. Bedrosian, Ph.D. - in Focused

What health problem affects nearly a third of all adults, generates increased medical costs, and results in billions dollars of lost work productivity?

A doctor reaching through a laptop screen with stethoscope.

Get Online and Get Healthy: How to Become an Effective E-Patient

Charles W. Smith, M.D - in Others

Get Online and Get Healthy: How to become an effective “E-Patient”

The Cost of Pharmaceutical Products used by Shift Workers (and Others Too!)

The Cost of Pharmaceutical Products used by Shift Workers (and Others Too!)

Betsy Connolly - in News & Insights

President Obama has made the decision to tackle skyrocketing health costs and pass real health reform this year.