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Employers Can Help to Prevent the High Costs of Chronic Diseases

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Economics

The High Costs of Chronic Diseases Finding a good doctor – or an appropriate and affordable medical procedure — isn’t always easy in today’s climate. The federal health insurance exchanges, which have reduced patient options even further, haven’t…

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Employer Sponsored Cancer Screening

Jonathan Spero, M.D - in Focused

With healthcare reform mandating coverage for many preventative services employers are taking a closer look

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Discount Dental Plans and Employee Health

Nicole Ropiza - in Selling & Marketing

Studies and word-of-mouth in recent years have brought much needed attention to the connection between dental care and a person’s overall health.

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Overcoming the Challenges to Wellness in the Work Place

Kaye Kennedy - in Worksite Wellness

Is your company’s Wellness program waning? Has the program become stale and banal? If so, now is the perfect time to reassess,

A woman snapping a cigarette in half

Innovative Smoking Cessation Programs Drive Solid Results

Beena Thomas - in Focused

Ever since the first Surgeon General’s report was released nearly fifty50 years ago, the medical and financial consequences of tobacco use have become widely known.

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Executive Health a Top Priority for Stock Holders

Dr. Walter Gaman - in Focused

Executive health and wellness programs are becoming increasingly popular throughout corporate America.

An image of the mammography sign in a hospital, just one preventative service that can save a life and healthcare spending.

How to Increase Your ROI on Preventive Services, Just in Time for Healthcare Reform

Peter Saravis - in Economics

The healthcare reform legislation enacted this past spring, known as the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,

The future of everything is online, why should wellness programs not be digital?

Digital Wellness Programs with Key Elements may be the Answer

Barb Reindl Pjevach - in Economics

The primary goal of any wellness program whether online, small or large group must be to create lasting changes to unhealthy behaviors that will prevent or delay the onset of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular,

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Nutrition: The Ideal Foundation for Employee Wellness

Michael Tarino - in Focused

When it comes to the health of your employees, diet and nutrition offer an ideal foundation for your organization’s wellness efforts, as they can pay the

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