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 •  December 11, 2017

While a majority of employers say their culture focuses on improving overall well-being, too many of their workers aren’t aware of all of the organization’s benefits to help them – or they’re just not motivated enough to do anything about it, according to LifeWorks’ report, “Are we doing enough for employees? A look at wellness benefits.” LifeWorks...

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 •  September 11, 2017

Just as they are doing for victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana, insurers are helping those impacted by the storm Irma, which ravaged Caribbean islands and is now damaging parts of Florida and south Georgia. Members of the trade group America’s Health Insurance Plans “send their support and wishes for safety and swift recovery.” Aetna...

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 •  November 18, 2015

the long distances between patients and doctors in some sparsely-populated areas creates a strong incentive for telehealth solutions. In a finding that is even more intuitive, doctors who have been practicing for less than ten years (read: millennials ...

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 •  November 6, 2015

In a survey conducted by Vormetric, a data security firm, 89 percent of Americans did not identify medical records as one of the top three types

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 •  October 30, 2015

Not only are providers seeking telehealth alternatives to increase efficiency, but many patients are eager for solutions that will allow them to avoid the hospital and stay at home. Telehealth can allow geriatric patients to get full-time care without ...

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 •  October 8, 2015

Despite resistance from the medical community and both political parties, the Obama administration will begin enforcing new rules that require