COVID-19
Coronavirus outbreak
Disease & Genomics

Is your organization ready for a new viral outbreak? Here are 4 things to help you prepare.

Whether it’s this latest virus, or others we have seen in the past like the Zika virus or the Avian flu, organizations with globally mobile employees can take a few steps to help ensure you, your organization, and your workforce is prepared.

By

Dr. Amit Arwindekar

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July 9, 2021

Coronavirus outbreak
Disease & Genomics

Surviving Self-Quarantine: 6 Strategies to Keep Your Family Healthy and Sane During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amid all the unknowns, though, one thing is clear: Families are likely to be spending a lot more time together in close quarters. Here are six aspects of “the new normal” that you might want to prepare for.

By

Jessica Larson

on

July 9, 2021

COVID-19 and the workplace
Mental & Behavioral Health

COVID-19 and Mental Health in the Workplace

The lack of physical contact with our friends and loved ones, loss of employment and pay cuts, and the death of loved ones - all of which marked the health crisis - have heightened stress for millions of Americans.

COVID-19
Worksite Wellness

Simple Strategies to Curb COVID-19 Transmission in the Workplace

A lot of uncertainties and anxieties have marked the workplace for much of the year. Businesses are beginning to reopen, and tensions are high. Therefore, employers must consider short-term and long-term strategies to safeguard the workplace and protect workers amid this global health threat. 

COVID-19
Technology & Wearables

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps and Employee Privacy

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, tech giants and researchers adopted contact tracing applications as one model to help curb transmission of the virus.

By

Crystal Williams

on

July 9, 2021

COVID-19
COVID-19 & Corporate Wellness

Seattle as a Model of Public Health and Corporate Wellness: Safeguarding Areas from COVID-19

By advancing and following the right protocols, businesses can influence Seattle’s efforts to contain COVID-19. These protocols are a chance for everyone to put Seattle at the forefront of public health and corporate wellness

By

Concetta Cippoletti

on

July 9, 2021

COVID-19
COVID-19 & Corporate Wellness

N95 – Ending the Pandemic in 4 Weeks

If you know of any nursing homes, assisted living centers, retirement communities, schools, or other organizations that need assistance with getting access to N95’s for only $1.00, let us know.

Telemedicine
Technology & Wearables

Virtual Health: There’s No Turning Back

After years in which telemedicine’s promise was hampered by a widespread lack of adoption in the U.S., the coronavirus gave Americans what even the smartest telemedicine marketing could not: a compelling reason to shift certain kinds of care from in-person to virtual.

By

Steve Olin

on

July 9, 2021

COVID-19
News

Vietnamese PPE Scams – Used Gloves and Condoms

A crisis brings out the best in people; unfortunately, Covid-1 9 also brought out the worst people: scammers, criminal organizations, racketeers, and individuals looking to profit off of the Pandemic. One of those criminal enterprises is Super Antibacterial Mask Medical Material Production Joint Stock Company (also known as SAM and SAM Gloves), which is owned and run by its ‘Chairman’ Mr. Hua Hong Hai, who has stolen money from clients and not delivered the products paid for. In some cases, Hai was responsible for shipping used gloves and condoms to customers instead of medical-grade nitrile gloves ordered.

COVID-19
COVID-19 & Corporate Wellness

How to Update Total Rewards Packages for a Workforce Without Walls

It’s been over a year since the pandemic began, and millions of Americans have lived through lockdowns, work from home (WFH) and job losses.

By

Joe Torella

on

July 9, 2021

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