February is all about hearts, and it’s not just because of Valentine’s Day. Since 1964, when President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the proclamation to address the rising rates of heart disease, February has been dedicated to raising heart health awareness in America.
If you’re like most people, you’ve probably watched a video tutorial at some point in your life to learn something new. We often look to pros in certain fields to learn from their practices to enhance our own.
The rate of people with chronic health conditions is growing and, unfortunately, people often have more than one condition. Half of adult Americans have at least one chronic condition, and more than two thirds of Medicare patients have two or more, according to a 2019 Premier analysis of emergency rooms across the country.
Healthcare providers are facing perennial challenges from providing patients the best care and working with insurance providers, to ensuring that they are getting compensated fairly for that care. However, the care that doctors and hospitals provide is measured, in some part, by their ability to help patients stay healthy.
In the U.S., 4 out of 5 companies with over 50 employees offer some sort of corporate wellness program, according to a report by The RAND Corporation (sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).
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