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Hip to be Fit – A ‘How-To’ Guide for Developing Corporate Fitness Programs

Erica A. Rooney - in Features, Others

"According to a survey by Fidelity Investments® and the National Business Group on Health, employers plan to spend an average of $594 per employee on wellness-based incentives within their healthcare programs this year; marking an increase of  15  percent…

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Is There More Than One Way of Calculating Return on Investment for Corporate Wellness Programs?

Karen L. Andalman - in Economics

Measuring the return on investment (ROI) has been an extremely controversial topic among wellness professionals for quite some time. I am not convinced that there is any real industry standard formula -and that becomes the challenge. Studies support that worksite…

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High Tech or High Touch … Why not Both?

Chris Ciatto - in News & Insights

High Tech or High Touch … Why not Both?   Ponder these questions for a moment: Would you like to improve employee engagement in your health and well-being programs? Are you trying to build a culture of health? Is your office environment a barrier to…

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

Rose K. Gantner - in Focused

Wellness programs are growing in acceptance - and importance - in the workplace

Insight into corporate wellness doesn't need to take place in a shady room with a briefcase.

Innovative Strategy Can Yield Faster, Deeper Insights into Wellness Programs

It’s no secret that budget-constrained corporate benefits departments are under increasing pressure from senior management...

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Take Your Wellness Program to the Next Level

Michael Kelly - in Column, Worksite Wellness

Employers are looking for more innovative solutions to control costs and interject

Using Remote Health Management Systems to Manage Chronic Conditions

Using Remote Health Management Systems to Manage Chronic Conditions

Jason Goldberg - in Others

An estimated 133 million Americans are currently living with one or more chronic conditions – a figure that is only expected to grow as the baby boomer generation ages.

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How to Drive Value Creation in the C-Suite

In the eyes of a CEO, businesses create jobs, innovate, manufacture and provide the services that drive economic growth.

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Benchmarking Wellness Programs: How Does Your Program Measure Up?

Benchmarking is a widely used business term describing research that compares one company’s business processes

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