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Digital Therapeutics: How New Approaches to Behavioral Health Boosts Healthy Profits

Les C. Meyer, MBA - in Features, Mental Health

A CEO’s Perspective on Scaling Technology to Bolster Employees’ Resilience in the Workplace As corporate America rethinks its approach to behavioral healthcare, disruptive technologies are spearheading a new breed of personalized care support that represents…

Mindfulness Can Be Your Anchor to Managing Change

By Anne Krog Iversen, Chief DNA & Culture Officer, TimeXtender - in Features, Mental Health

How many times do you feel like you are subject to the whims of forces outside your control? An urgent deadline emerges. A key employee resigns without notice. Technology fails at a critical presentation. You know how unsettling these moments can be. One minute…

Crystal Sound as a Viable Healing Modality for those Struggling with Addiction

Jeralyn Glass - in Features

The Alchemy Singing Bowls and the Treatment of Addiction As part of the series of Sound Healing and Vibrational Medicine, this current article focuses on Sound Healing and its effective use with Addiction. These valuable experiences were collected at a highly…

9 Innovations that Suggest the Healthcare Revolution is Here

Joanne Criss - in Features

The healthcare industry is going through a metamorphosis owing to the latest technological innovations. Today, many organizations are making significant investments in advanced processes and technologies to minimize the cost and extend the access to proper…

What Insurers Want You to Know About Wellness Plans

Effective Hiring Tips for Choosing the Right Candidate

Dianna Howell - in Features

Countless young people are joining the workforce nowadays after years and years of superior education. This has produced a generation of ambitious individuals that could be great assets for any business. As a recruiter, it is your responsibility to spot them…

The Legal Case for Corporate Wellness

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Features

Lawyers who champion corporate wellness are champions in their own right. They give companies a reason, which is more a matter of moral justice than a mandate from our judicial system, to create—and popularize—a program that empowers workers by educating…

Innovating Low Back Pain Management in the Workplace

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Features

American workers are no stranger to low back pain (LBP). Over 80 percent of Americans experience at least one episode of LBP over the course of their lives, and nearly 1 in 4 workers report LBP--making it a top reason to seek primary care. The nationwide…

Energy Medicine: Managing Your Energetic Environment to Master Your Life

Dr. Sue Morter - in Features

Science is showing us that everything is energy - including you!  Everything in the universe is comprised of energy vibrating at different frequencies. This energy manifests from subtle, unseen frequencies, to the realm of dense physical matter depending…

Seven Tips for Promoting a Healthy Spring

Matthew Szenderski, Health Management Specialist, Keenan - in Features

Believe it or not, it’s already the month of May! Now’s the time to get moving as we transition seasons. Here are seven hints to help you “spring into wellness” and the activities of summer. Wake early to exercise. The mornings are warming up, and…

April’s Move More Month: How to Hit Your Stride

Dr. Sam Ho, chief medical officer, UnitedHealthcare - in Features

As winter gives way to spring, some of us may be emerging from a state of “seasonal sedentary syndrome.” With National Walking Day (April 4) and April’s Move More Month, it’s time to lace-up those sneakers and start finding your stride. Studies have…

Is Certification the New University?

A career in corporate health and wellness is fast becoming attractive and vital in corporate health. Currently, students taking up courses in health and wellbeing have found that such certificates earn them as much money, respect, and promotion as those who…

What’s Ahead in Wellness for 2018? Last Year’s Trends Offer Some Answers

To get a sense of what to expect on the employee health and wellness front in 2018, it’s useful to look back on the trends that were gaining momentum last year. To better understand those trends, Optum surveyed 240 human resource professionals in large companies…

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