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Wearable Device Pitfalls - Is the Fitbit "Fit" for Corporate Wellness programs?

Fitness Tracker Pitfalls: Is this Wearable Device Fit for Workplace?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Column, Editorial

Wearable devices are quickly becoming a crucial part of many corporate wellness programs. Sale of wearable activity trackers, last year, reached 8 million, a figure predicted to grow to 23 million by the end of 2015, and reach 47 million by 2017.1 Fitbit,…

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Sit Up and Take Notice: Office Exercise Equipment Should Not Be Taken Lightly

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Features, Others

Sitting Ducks for Poor Health Is finding time to keep in shape a job in itself? Then, you might be a sitting duck for poor health. After all, experts advise at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week to maintain good health, and…

Don't be confused about healthcare reform, or caught in the headlights of the coming regulations.

Don’t Get Left Behind: What the Survival of Healthcare Reform Means Going Forward

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Things have gotten crazy in our office ever since last Thursday when the Supreme Court upheld the

A repairman fixing a water heater. Don't healthcare reform compliance ruin your company!

“We Were Going to Fix That” – Employers Solutions to Healthcare Reform

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Last week I attended to attend a healthcare reform seminar. During the seminar in the morning breakfast was served to everyone.

Fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, celery, carrots and asparagus arranged to look like a bicycle.

Effectively Fighting Back Against Cancer

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

It goes without saying that cancer is a ruthless enemy that has affected each of us in one way

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Benefits Go Live in 2012

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

It was a fascinating year, as we shed light on the challenges and trends in Employee Benefits, examined the evolution of Healthcare Reform and provided insight into the most cutting edge and relevant issues.

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The Truth About Healthcare Reform – Be Scared & Focus on Innovation

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

I wanted to write this article because it’s really been shocking since the Supreme Court’s Decision

January 2012 Benefits Live Magazine logo

Why Can’t the Industry Just Get Along?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

I’ll be honest with you; I am scared for our industry. It is hardly a secret that the employee benefits industry is disorganized. Sadly, things...

A worried Santa.

Santa, CEO

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

The holidays are among us. There is nothing like the smell of pine from your Christmas Trees, holiday cheer in the air and the return of Starbuck’s Peppermint Mocha.

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The Reward in Risky Business

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

As I reflect on the excitement and growth of the 3rd Annual Employer Healthcare Congress, I think of a quote from one of our Keynote speakers, Bill Rancic,

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U.S. Health Insurance Medical Tourism Market Update

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

The industry had a lot of momentum in 2009 as many insurance companies moved forward with their plans,but was derailed when Obama brought HealthcarEReform into the picture which caused insurance companies to stop all new programs/initiatives and to focus on…

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Rob a Bank for Healthcare- The Only Option in 2011?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

This indeed did seem like the only option for Richard James Verone, a 59-year-old from North Carolina,

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