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|Person-To-Person Can Make The Difference
Personal involvement with participants seemed to
drive up satisfaction with wellness initiatives, said Patty Calvier,
Intel senior project manager, when discussing Intel's global health
wellness program during an audio Webinar, sponsored by Wellness
Management Information Center.
Clavier explained that between the two different
types of coaching offered - on-site or telephonic - the highest rates
of satisfaction are associated with personal face-to-face coaching.
In both the U.S. and across the globe, two
different health risk assessments are used, said Clavier, but people
tend to "prefer the idea of working with someone in a health check
setting or health coaching setting ... so when it's a person, the
satisfaction goes up; when it's a person [compared] to [a] computer,
there is not as much satisfaction."
|Three Top Internet Marketing Strategies for Hospice
Audio Conference Now Available on CD-ROM
Family caregivers are turning to the Internet for
answers. Meet them where they are going! In this new program, we will
talk about the three Web strategies most likely to help your hospice or
palliative care program connect with Boomer daughters and sons: Search
Engine Optimization; E-newsletters; and Blogging.
The Internet is a 24/7 billboard for your hospice
or palliative care program. You do not need strong programming skills
to leverage the Web. With strategic decisions, you can match your goals
to the appropriate tools so you are most likely to meet qualified
prospects. With thoughtful planning, your Internet presence can also
help you network more effectively with your referrers.
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|Guidelines Needed For Gyms With Quality Services, Ethics And Professionalism
How do you choose what gyms to promote to your employees or members while ensuring quality services?
And, how do you prevent any and every gym or
studio in your city or community from promoting their services by
offering "discounts" to your employees? These were questions recently
put to the members of the Wellness Manager Discussion Group.
The member, a senior employee health promotion
program manager, also sought suggestions for guidelines for promoting
local gym discounts to employees.
|Workplace Wellness Management Education and Training Series on CD
Four unique conference-seminar training programs on CDs to help develop your wellness programs.
Part 1: What Wellness Managers,
Employers and Health Plans Need to Know About Workplace Wellness
Programs Under the Health Reform Act and Other Laws
Part 2: Organizational Readiness for Workplace Wellness: Are You Ready?
Part 3: Implementing Wellness and Disease Management Programs
Part 4: How to Help Employees/Members Adopt Healthy Behavior Changes That Last
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|Peer Support Offers Promise for Reducing Depression Symptoms
Peer support offers promise as an effective,
low-cost tool for fighting depression, a new study by the VA Ann Arbor
Healthcare System and University of Michigan Health System finds.
Programs in which patients and volunteers share
information were found to reduce symptoms of depression better than
traditional care alone and were about as effective as cognitive
behavioral therapy, researchers found after analyzing 10 randomized
trials of peer support interventions for depression dating from 1987 to
The analysis was the first of its kind to look at
peer support specifically for depression, says lead author Paul
Pfeiffer, M.D., M.S., an assistant professor of psychiatry at the
University of Michigan Medical School and researcher at the VA Ann
Arbor Healthcare System.
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Evaluating Oncology Management Programs
Audio Conference Now Available on CD-ROM
Payers and providers across the country are
grappling with choices for programs regarding oncology management and
potential collaboration to control costs while also increasing the
effectiveness of care. There is a lot of discussion and many models
being proposed for management of oncology costs. Both physicians and
payers are seeking information to help in separating the wheat from the
chaff and looking for help in choosing the best model for their needs
especially in this challenging climate.
This program identifies the issues of concern in
oncology management, outlines the current seven models under
discussion/implementation, and reviews the players, pros and issues
with each model.
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