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Why Financial Wellness Matters

Financial stress has a significant effect on the lives of Americans. In the U.S. today, over 50 percent of people have less than $1,000 in savings....

Creating a More Resilient Workplace

According to the Association of Family Practitioners, two out of three doctors office visits are for stress-related symptoms such as headaches, heart palpitations, trouble sleeping and...

Delivering Value, Trust and Accuracy

WebMD Health Services has renewed its URAC Health Web Site Accreditation through July 1, 2020. URAC is an independent, nonprofit accreditation entity, based in Washington, DC,...

Help Manage Migraine at Work

How many of your employees miss time at work because of migraine? It may be more than you realize. About 113 million work days are missed...

More Than Just a Call Center

We have millions of reasons to be incredibly proud of our health coaches and our call center in Indianapolis. Earlier this week, they gave us even...

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How Well Do We Know Millennials?

Attention well-being industry: your most loyal users have the least interest of any generation in taking a health assessment or sitting down for a health screening....

First, Security. Now, Quality.

Earlier this month, we announced that we have earned the gold standard in health data security: HITRUST CSF Certification. Today, we add another feather in our...

Volunteering to Help Fight Hunger

Here’s a troubling irony. As Oregon gains national and international acclaim as a leader in all things foodie (especially in the greater Portland area), it is...

Do Your Heart a Favor. Go to Bed Early.

How your well-being program can feature National Health Month topics—in February and every month. As you probably know, February is Heart Health month. We hope that...

Managing Migraines and Productivity

Migraine, as a condition, is more prevalent than diabetes, epilepsy and asthma combined1. In the U.S. there are 37 to 39 million migraine sufferers, and up to...