Ohhh.... We're Halfway There!

It’s hard to believe that we’re already over halfway through 2019. With the first six months of the year fully in the rear-view mirror, let’s take a look at our Top 5 blog posts (based on number of clicks/opens) so far this year.

Take a look we think you might find something valuable to take you through the next six months as you plan for 2020!

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FIVE: Small Changes Lead to Big Results: Health Coaching in Action

“There are many things that comprise a successful wellness program. A few of the most important are; executive level buy-in, demographic specific programming and employees being provided the right tools and resources to help support them in making the appropriate lifestyle changes.” The option to work with a wellness or health coach is one of those tools.

FOUR: The Power of Population Health Analytics

Healthcare costs of a single employee averages out to be just over $10,000 a year. Twenty percent of employees do not see a doctor on a regular basis. You’re sitting on a ticking time bomb, but population health analytics can help.

THREE: For Your Patients, Privacy is Everything

A study by the Federal Trade Commission says that medical identity theft has just continued to grow since it was first labeled in 2006. While medical identity theft can occur in a variety of ways and places, one of the easiest places for the crime to occur is at healthcare facilities as the information needed to proceed with the crime is already all in one place. Find out how you can help stop the problem before it starts.

TWO: Top Seven Ways Your Company Can Benefit from Health & Claims Data

Data is versatile. Data is flexible. Data’s immense value, if integrated into a useful data warehouse, is cemented in the fact that it can be used in so many different ways and areas of a company’s strategy – improving and impacting things from the top to the bottom – all while helping save money, improve employee engagement and wellbeing, advance benefits programs and more.

ONE: Are Challenges Even Worth It?

As much fun as it would be if it was true, wellness programs aren’t always successful. In fact, more often than we’d like to admit, wellness programs fall flat on their faces. Are challenges even worth it?


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