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It’s Time to Get Real About Care Delivery

Innovations in care delivery are improving evidence-based practice with transformational technologies that build upon the trusted doctor-patient relationship. Designed to empower providers to deliver high-value, personalized care, and evidence-based improvement, the result fosters better patient and provider experiences by meeting patients where they are on their journey. Ultimately, this significantly reduces the total cost of care and accelerates organizational performance.

Human Capital
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Rethinking your Human Capital

An ill-equipped, unhealthy, and dissatisfied workforce reflects on the quality of your organization; so to improve your company's overall success, pay close attention to your human capital

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It's Time to Re-recruit Your Employees

The pandemic has led to a paradigm shift in the corporate world. There are now more job positions but fewer employees to fill in these vacancies, no thanks to a great awakening by employees following many years of enduring a dysfunctional work culture. Now, HR leaders must identify and address the needs of employees to re-recruit them or get swallowed up in the Great Resignation.

COVID-19 and the workplace
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Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) Launches GHA For Business and Issues Organizational Resiliency Guidelines Amidst Omicron and Emerging Variants

Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) today launches GHA For Business, a dynamic framework and virtual accreditation program focused on organizations prioritizing the safety, health, and well-being of employees, customers, and guests.

The Great Resignation
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Unraveling the Great Resignation

There’s always a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redefine how we live, and the Great Resignation has presented one. The mass exodus of workers is driven by many factors, but one central theme: deficiencies in workplace culture. Therefore, businesses that respond appropriately to this paradigm shift will be the ones that will thrive in the post-pandemic era

COVID-19 and the workplace
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The Gold Standard of Accreditations for Employee Safety, Health, & Well-being

Anxious about contracting the illness, employees are faced with a pervasive need to avoid all potential sources of the virus, one of which may be the workplace. Now many business leaders are concerned – will workers quit when you force them to return to the office?

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Medical Travel Growth in South Korea and Strategies for the Future

South Korea is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world, drawing visitors and holidaymakers from around the world to experience breathtaking views of the Seoraksan National Park, the Seoul tower, or just to enjoy a quiet, spiritual walk in the ancient mountain top temples at the heart of the capital city.

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How Fertility Benefits can Support your Diversity & Inclusion Efforts

With so many companies focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, it’s critical to consider how your fertility benefit can support employees of all gender identities, LGBTQ+ employees, and single intending parents.

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The Ice Bucket Challenge Two Years Later

You remember the peculiar trend of 2014 where people dumping buckets of ice water over their heads on social media. The "Ice Bucket Challenge" was a viral fundraising and awareness campaign for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) disease.

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Redefining Wellness and Transforming Retirement: Good Health and Active Living Abroad

Corporate wellness should encourage a new definition of retirement and extend it to employees who are part of the same fraternity. The duty each company owes its workers, which will make wellness a sustainable lifestyle for future retirees and their families.

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Low Health Literacy Leads to Increased Healthcare Costs

Most patients only understand and retain about half of what a provider tells them, and do not feel comfortable to clarify. Almost 90 million people in the U.S. lack the basic skills or proficiency necessary to understand and use health information as reported.

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The Importance of Incentives for Your Employee Financial Wellness Program

Financial wellness program provides freedom from financial crunch as well as success for the company and workers together. More than 80% of the companies have already implemented while the rest 20% of companies are planning to do in the near future.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill - A Study in Sustainable Wellness

Chipotle wanted to develop a wellness program to change company culture and it garnered dismal employee participation and engagement. Chipotle had wanted to build a culture of wellness that matched its menu, a program having belief and value.

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Self-testing Workplace Health Stations: Reducing Health and Productivity Risks due to Hypertension and Obesity

Hypertension, obesity, and overweight which harm worker health and productivity are considered an epidemic in the U.S. Almost 30% of the adults are hypertensive, one-third are obese, and almost one-third are overweight.

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Health Hazards of Chronic Stress and Ways to Beat it

Chronic stress is linked with increased risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and other potentially serious conditions. It decreases the ability to fight infections, and worsen some existing conditions such as asthma and digestive problems.

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Could Incentives be Harming Your Health Culture?

Everyone wants a better culture of health and 68 percent CFO's strongly agreed to improve health culture was the company's goal. For many, culture is abstract, a presence felt, and culture boils down to social influence and group expectations.

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Feed Me. Navigating the Calorie Jungle at the Restaurant

The wednesday morning often brings bagel and considered donut day, it comes with overeating, too many carbs and a bit of guilt. Offices have definitely cut back on what they are providing for their staff, what is still lurking in the kitchn and how we make it healthier.

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Running a Wellness and Health Management Program? Where's Your Certification?

If employers are going to make multiple yearly investments, senior leaders can not afford to waste time or dollar on programs. Employers also need to know that their investment in wellness programs is being used to efficiently and effectively.

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The Weight Loss Game: Are Corporations Sending Mixed Signals To Employees?

If employees in your office are gaining weight, you might be part of the problem as they are eating carbohydrate-rich foods. The dish on a desk or counter filled with wrapped candies or mints can be the main reason for your weight gain.

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The Future of Wellness Is Here: Managing Chronic Disease via Interactive Health and Wellness Education

Chronic diseases including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and arthritis are costly yet preventable of all health problems. That's why chronic disease prevention and health promotion programs have become a strategic imperative for hospitals.

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Interview with a Wellness Manager, Sapoznik Insurance

A consultant needs to develop a relationship with their client, wellness vendor, health insurer, and product provider. Planning activities in advance, setting lofty goals and preparing a marketing strategy to engage employees for each employer-client.

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Five Trends Shaping Health and Wellness at the Workplace

Corporate wellness programs are a recent mega-trend impacting businesses of all sizes enhancing work experience. The pursuit of innovative ways to keep employees engaged in wellness programs is more important than ever before.

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Global Challenges in Corporate Wellness - How to Turn Game Around

A global survey on workplace wellness underlines daunting challenges to implementing a global corporate wellness program. Of all the deaths worldwide, 63% stem from NCDs, many attributed to the 2.1 billion who are obese or overweight.

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Five Crucial Steps to Successful, Profitable Workplace Wellness

The first step to profitable workplace wellness starts with the CEO as the human nature is to follow anything by example. Other include business and employment needs, opportunity, action-oriented fitness and nutrition, clear goals and plan of actions.

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Advocate Health Care "Health to Wealth" Leadership Award Profile

To bring the best resources and education available in the corporate space, CWM has identified the leaders in the industry. We will be providing Q&A's with these leaders, who were awarded for their achievements at the Annual Employer healthcare Conference.

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Beyond Insurance: Significant Wellness Discounts for Your Employees

To improve employee health and overall well-being, you are most likely reviewing the costs, features and benefits of wellness programs. Recent studies in Canada and the United States report that 80% of illnesses and diseases are preventable.

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How to Break Free From Living in the Age of Benefits Past

For companies to remain strong, they need to invest in health insurance options to ensure the employees are fit for today. Staying on top of the latest benefits is important and employers these days are becoming the "employers of choice."

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When Teachers are Healthy, Students do Better

From boardroom to the classroom, Metro Nashville Public Schools have learned and implemented game-changing lessons. Perhaps even more noteworthy is the correlation between teachers health to student achievement.

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Improve Employee Engagement with an Integrated Approach to Well-being

With a rise in healthcare costs, organizations are seeking strategies to help improve the health of their workforce. Despite having a number of benefits and programs, many employers still face challenges engaging employees to take steps towards better health.

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How Facebook Empowers Workplace Wellness with 'Smart' Vending Machines

It is no secret that healthier and more engaged employees are more effective at the workplace as compared to their peers. Engaged employees experience even higher performance outcomes when physical wellness programming is added to the mix.

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The Biggest Losers Might be Your Employees

Earlier in my health promotion career, I helped an employer create a 'biggest loser' style weight-loss contest at work. Even without that empirical knowledge, I felt uneasy about my role in that program, and about all of the similar weight loss contests.

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Making the Case for Normal

With its middle American charm and an award for being one of the top ten towns in the midwest for millennials to work. But, normal still experience the same pains and stresses of rising healthcare costs for its government employees just like a big city like New York.

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Fighting Diabetes with Knowledge and Action: A Plan for Corporate Wellness

Almost 10% of the U.S. population is suffering from any of the two forms of diabetes and they are considered sick. Other diseases include heart diseases, cancer, and strokes are also prevalent and we are in the midst of a public health crisis.

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Is Eating Breakfast Important For Health? Maybe Not So Much...

Breakfast is considered as the most important meal of the day, though some food manufacturers deny that but various studies support this claim. Researchers have studied mostly the immediate effects of eating breakfast compared to skipping them.

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5 Basic Ingredients for Effective Leadership

The basic ideology of leadership is how well you are able to connect with people, irrespective of your educational background. Some traits like listen and follow up, taking actions on little things, being genuine and accessible helps make good leader.

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Mindful Eating - Shifting the Focus from Weight to Well-being

Despite the significant time, energy, and money spent by employers on weight-focused programs, little sustainable change has been shown to date. Studies have proven that weight loss program does not create lasting changes in weight or health.

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Passive-aggressive Behavior Destroys Relationships

Too much of stress in life comes from interactions with colleagues, family, and friends who are less-than-direct. Particularly stress is being on the receiving end of a passive-aggressive person and passive-aggressive behavior in my opinion.

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American Express Increases Family Benefits for U.S. Employees

American Express is offering new and expecting parents a reason to celebrate as it's providing family expansion benefits. Employees will be eligible for enhanced family benefits that cover fertility, adoption, or surrogacy.

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The 8 Best Strategies You Can Implement to Rescue Corporate Health Risks and Costs

If you like movies, then probably because they provide a temporary distraction from the stress of everyday life. Whether it is 50 First Dates or Groundhog Day, Hollywood has a recurring theme of characters reliving days because of poor choices.

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The Triumph of the Meritocracy: A Guide for Health and Wellness

It is not easy to promote corporate wellness without a guide that enables us to distinguish between experts and actual ones. It is difficult to encourage your employees to make good health a priority when you have no idea about the best caregivers.

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Signs Your Employee’s Alcohol and Drug Addiction is Impacting their Job Performance

Approximately 19.7 million Americans suffer from substance use disorder (SUD) and that an estimated 8.5 million American adults suffer from co-occurring substance use disorder and mental illness.

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Trying Wellness Versus Doing it

Many companies have tried implementing a wellness program in the past and are unsuccessful because of the variety in wellness programs. Earlier, many wellness programs consisted merely of a health screening and monthly newsletters that employees didn't read.

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Engaging the Aging Workforce Through Targeted Health Promotion Programming

An employee with more industry and real-world experience within the workplace confers a distinct competitive advantage. These individuals are evolved into subject matter experts or knowledge leaders by virtue of the time they have spent in their profession.

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Millennials and Career Coaching: A Match Made in Corporate Wellness Heaven

Yelp was openly shamed by an employee who said the company's meager wages coupled with the high cost of living stressed her. The young woman, who is part of the millennial generation, is receiving criticism for blasting her boss online.

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Personalization is 'Secret Sauce' for any Wellness Program

Personalization drives success across nearly every industry, right from the smartphone apps to luxury travels and many other things. Personalized products and services as per personal habits and goals or desires have a higher chance of getting successful.

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Looking Good and Feeling Well: The Goshly Approach to Corporate Wellness

It is an improbable idea and hard to convince people to buy health insurance or to enroll in an online course related to fitness. It is even harder to improve a worker's health, never mind improving workplace morale just by revamping the website.

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Interview with Dr. Julia Halberg, Director of Global Health, General Mills

Here is an exclusive interview with Dr. Julia Halberg, Director of Global Health, General Mills by Jonathan Edelheit. At General Mills, wellness is very important and our mission is 'Nourishing Lives' which centers on making lives healthier, easier and richer.

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It's Not Only About Dialysis: CKD Management - a New Paradigm

As the annual dialysis charges topping, it is easy to understand why programs that address dialysis have become popular. What's less understood is by the time one starts dialysis, the proverbial horse has already left the barn.

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

Becoming an e-patient provides access to managing own care, providing care for others and helping professionals improve the quality. Start the habit of looking healthy and search for medical issues on the web and join relevant online forum as per the disease.

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Becoming Supermarket Savvy

When not working, one of your many responsibilities is food shopping and that way you become more supermarket savvy. One of the easiest ways to avoid temptation is to avoid bringing high-fat sugar foods into your home in the first place.

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Corporate Wellness Conference & Certification

We are inviting some well-known figures to attend the CHWA's 4th annual Corporate Wellness Conference, Oct 24-26th. We are excited to confirm Phylis Borzi, Assistant Secretary for Employee benefits for the U.S. Department of Labor.

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If You Want Wellness, Teach Wellness

Presentations under the heading of corporate wellness often address stress management, smoking cessation, nutrition, and exercise. If you want wellness in your organization, teach wellness and this is something I found from the viewpoint usual way.

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How to Avoid Weight Gain as a Busy Professional

We all have 24-hours and how well we manage to accomplish important tasks in a day is the art of leading a healthy life. As a busy professional, you might typically find that you're juggling many priorities within limited hours.

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Employee Energy Risk Management

Every business runs by the most valuable asset known as CASH and a lot of energy is focused on the management of cash flow. Risks include currency, interest rate, commodity, credit, and system and the people responsible for the management is Employees.

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Proactive Health Care - Drugs Are Not the Answer

Modern Healthcare published an article by the Associated Press discussing the new heights reached by FDA. Strides in medical innovation are constantly made, but problems in the healthcare system remain.

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The Truth About Beauty Sleep

Although we don't generally think of sleep as a great time to get things done, our bodies do a tremendous amount of hard work. Far from being something non-productive that takes up our valuable time, sleep is a vital biological function necessary to maintain health.

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The Company that Plays Together, Stays Together

We, at Actualize Consulting, offer at least one company-wide wellness challenge each year to keep the wellness program fresh and fun. In the past, our wellness challenges focused on nutrition and movement, which was perfect for the wellness gurus.

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How To Implement a Successful Employee Self Defense Training Program

It is indeed a good idea for a company to discuss their perceived needs with the self defense training service provider beforehand. Because of the trainer's experience, he or she may be able to reveal potential scenarios and situations.

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The Case for Quality

Quality is an overused word in the healthcare circles, the term is taking on new meaning as the industry measure performance effectively. The CMS developed the Five Star Quality Rating System to hold insurance companies and health plans accountable.

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Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card with Corporate Wellness Magazine!

Corporate Wellness Magazine's editorial team is taking a survey regarding their magazine for you to answer. Upon successful completion of the 4 simple questions, you will be entitled to receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card.

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Wellness with Simplicity: Promoting 'Pronounceable Health'

As medicine becomes more complex, heralding the arrival of their writings made real, and there is a little room for a generalist. As technology emerges to actualize the missives of our greatest physicists, we needn't cede our most basic needs.

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Think & Be Well

This article shows the interactive process which incorporates the multiple intelligences and a greater sense of mind-body functioning. We enhance the vitality using our breath and create a new behavioral modification that serves as a reminder for results.

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Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics

The prevalence of outcomes-based wellness programs in combination with incentives and disincentives are getting common. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is encouraging employers to embrace these types of strategies for health management.

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3 Minutes at Gate 9

Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take bus with you when the limo breaks down. Some of us even have "frenemies," those folks we pretend are our buddies but who live to make us feel miserable.

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Happiness At Work

The EHBC and corporate wellness magazine are committed to bringing you HR and benefits solutions that actually work. The statistics are rolling in and the research signals in the favor of adopting the corporate wellness programs.

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How a One Dollar Brush Changed Everything

On a whim, I bought a $1 collapsible brush-mirror for my kids the other day and my son picked the brush and turned into a hairstylist. There are many ways to stimulate the brain, see things differently and set forth the flow of ideas and creativity.

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How a Simple "Nudge" Could Increase Employee Wellness Engagement and Reduce Wellness Program Costs

To increase employee participation in health improvement programs, businesses have rapidly adopted financial incentives. Using gift cards, cash, tokens, prizes, premium reductions, and other creative tools, employers seduce employees.

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Talking to Millennials About the Value of Voluntary Benefits

If you haven't seen a surge in the number of millennial workers employed by your clients, it won't be long before you do. Abundant research has demonstrated that millennials have their own way of thinking about their world including employee benefits.

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3 Tips to Survive the 4th of July Weekend

The Fourth of July is here, the time each year when Americans celebrate our independence by eating, drinking, and blowing stuff up. But just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you can completely ignore your health.

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Using Technology for Increased Employee Engagement in Health and Fitness Programs

A person's lifestyle is a major factor in our chronic disease epidemic and accounts for 75 percent of the money spent per year. 65 percent of adults do not participate in regular, leisure-time physical activity.

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How EAP Saved my Life, and How Others can be Helped

be open to the idea that, as opposed to mere poor habits, food obsession is at work in a significant portion of cases. Food abstinence is similar to the notion of abstinence applied in programs for alcohol and drugs.

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Revisiting the Value of Health Risk Assessments

Health Risk Assessment (HRA) has been deemed as one of the foundational measurement tools of a wellness program. There are a variety of alternative measurement tools and data storage mechanisms that employers can utilize to measure the success of wellness programs.

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How Thermal Comfort Can Impact Your Bottom Line

When it comes to corporate office, temperature play an important role in bring out the best productivity from the employees. Owing to mis balance in temperature, not only employees but business also suffers, as sweat tricking from temples loose concentration.

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Culture of Health: A New Perspective

Instituting a health and wellness program does not mean your employees are participating or that your business is benefitting. In order to drive employee engagement and ultimately realize business impact, a more robust approach must be taken.

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The "Three Cs": Choosing the Right Healthcare at the Right Time

When there is an acute chest pains or receive a head injury, you decide to go straight to the emergency room right away. There are some medical issues likesinus infection, ankle injury which many people aren't sure whether they should go to the emergency room.

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Corporate Wellness: Workouts, Health Screenings and Knitting?

When you think of knitting, the first thing comes in mind is envision of sweet, gray-haired grandmother lovingly crafting. Or maybe you think of the young and beautiful Audrey Hepburn, knitting with red yarn in the 1961 romantic comedy.

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Corporate Wellness Goes Global - Successful Model in United Arab Emirates

Companies around the world are investing in corporate wellness programs and initiatives to provide balanced lifestyles. One Dubai-based AW Rostamani is responsible for managing well-established multinational brands across various verticles.

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The (Computer) Code for Health: Making Managed IT Services the Foundation of Corporate Wellness

Companies define corporate wellness as lofty slogans and proclamations to practical goals and official policies. Still, there is another component to this process, which support or oppose the Affordable Care Act which says the need to have health insurance in place.

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What is Stress?

Stress is any strain or force on the body or mind or power that deforms the shape of the body subjected to it. When stressed, specific bodily responses occur and an impulse is relayed to the brain which sends out signals to the glands and organs.

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Please Pass the (Shea) Butter: Skincare, Personal Care and Corporate Wellness

There is an overriding lesson about corporate wellness, which starts with an emphasis on personal health and individual empowerment. The process involves the use of intelligence, which encourage people to read with care, so they can act carefully.

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Fifty Shades of Well-being - Investing in the Whole Person

Life satisfaction has key elements like emotional, occupational, physical, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. Companies with a goal to improve the health of their workforce through wellness programs may be missing the mark on physical health.

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American Crisis - Health of our Nation's Truck Drivers

1 in every 15 people in the workforce is employed in the trucking industry, including over 7 million truck drivers on our roads. Unhealthy lifestyle and lack of good nutritional while traveling, truck drivers are one of the unhealthiest populations.

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Energy Boosters

When you see kids playing, you wish to have the same level of energy and freedom as they are having at the moment of life. Taking proper nutrition is the key to energy, as most of our food is processed, irradiated, genetically modified, or artificial.

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Well Is the New Healthy

Compared to our ancestors, we are living longer and healthier lives and that's indeed good news for all of us. Boomers have refused to go gently into that good night, and going off script for them has thoroughly altered how society view seniors.

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Redefining Healthcare with Design of the Green Hospital

Implementation for the design of eco-friendly, energy-efficient and green construction projects has been gaining attention. Right from the construction of private homes, office buildings, to large building such as hospital complexes.

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Leveraging Social Media to Improve Benefits Communications with Employees

Employers know appealing packages yet the best benefits are wasted if they fail to communicate the offerings to their employees. Frequent communications about employer-sponsored benefits are less than stellar and HR also believes in effective benefits.

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One Size Wellness

You know employee wellness programs are all the rage and absolutely know healthy employees are happier, have better morale. It's time you find a wellness program solution for your team if you want to increase productivity.

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Caring as a Shared Value: Caring for the Employees and for the Organization

Caring is an integral component of basic human life and individuals and groups of like-minded people understand and care for people. In organization, this includessenior leaders, managers, and supervisors and all other employees.

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Wellness Tourism is Health Investment Well Worth a Trip

We all want to live a healthy life but rising medical costs, bad medical systems, and stress is like an obstacle in the way. The investment we make in our well-being can not only have a positive effect on our health but can also affect the people.

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Effective Communication with Employee Interaction

What type of communication is most effective and captivates you to want to know every detail regarding the issue? We live in a world of information overload and how we communicate with others is taking on a new shape and form.

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Why isn't the wellness industry collaborating?

Wellness is not only the answer but the best way to engage in healthy behavior, only solution to bring down healthcare costs. Employers are spending money on different wellness initiatives and trying to figure out which one has ROI and which don't.

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Surviving the Stress of Downsizing

In a rapidly changing economy, corporations may have to reduce the size of the full-time workforce and thus reduced wellness cost. Corporate downsizing and the widespread effects of this organizational change are commonplace today.

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A Measure of Success: A Checkup for Your EAP and Wellness Programs

Businesses are using analytics to mine big data in order to get an insight into everything from product design to marketing. They are also using workforce analytics and outcomes measurement to manage a variety of human-capital related issues.

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The Cure for Employee Stress: Financial Wellness

Stress management is a critical component of health wellness initiatives and it impacts all employees to some extent. While somewhat subjective in how it's defined and measured, stress is a phenomenon that has proven to have a very real impact on health.

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Energy Medicine: Managing Your Energetic Environment to Master Your Life

A human body has various energy frequencies working in tandem for harmony and self-healing and has the power of even destroying it. Energy Medicine helps in managing the energy within our system for improving the health of the human body.

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How to Create a Wellness Program Your Workers Will Love

Workplace wellness programs are more than a nice-to-have perk for employees and they should actively augment goals and values. Start with your corporate mission, how does it drive behaviors and beliefs in the office?

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A Sitting Disease Epidemic in the Workplace

Sitting seems comfortable state for the body but unknowingly exposing to various diseases and issues in our body and society. 50-70% of people sit at least six hours a day watching TV, it reflects that the sitting disease is spreading between home and work.

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A Seasonal Reminder about Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD): The QuantaFlo Solution

Consider this piece of a sequel as my opening argument about the topic, a sequel to my column about the QuantaFlo System. It literally matters to the health of Americans in general and the wellness of tens of millions of working Americans in particular.

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Medication Adherence: Onsite Health Center Analysis

Poor medication adherence not only affects patients but the entire healthcare system, and they experience worse outcomes. Initiatives improve medication adherence have demonstrated substantial cost savings, through reduced hospitalization.

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Five Strategies to Move your Wellness Program from Good to Great

With the healthcare costs continuously rising, organizations of all sizes are searching for ways to reduce healthcare expenses. Wellness programs have served as one solution to this predicament, allowing companies to offer employees the tools for improving health.

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