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Jun 29

Orange Theory hosted an HMA only event and we all learned what `getting your sweat on' really means! read more

May 30

For healthcare plans, there are (very broadly speaking) two kinds of members: healthy and not so healthy. Typically, healthy members are folks who proactively address their healthcare needs and stay healthy by accessing preventative care services, exercising, and eating well. Conversely, the not-so-healthy crowd accesses healthcare only when a catastrophic event takes place. This high-risk, not-so-healthy group drives a disproportionate share of the medical costs. According to Verisk Health Analytics, 5 percent of the average workplace population drives 58 percent of medical expenditures.1 read more

Dec 05

Most people who gain weight over the holiday season tend to keep it on all year long. However, it is possible to maintain your weight during the holidays. Here's how... read more

Nov 07

There are no known cures for colds and flu, so the goal is cold and flu prevention. To help avoid getting and spreading cold and flu germs, follow these tips... read more

Nov 03

Our 2016 Wellness Incentive was a points-based incentive, where employees could participate in a variety of activities that were worth different point levels. The more points received, the more incentive money earned. In addition to making healthy changes, taking a Personal Health Assessment, and seeing a provider for preventive exam or recommended care, the program had various other activities that earned points such as: participating in a 5k, leading a wellness event, and volunteering. We encouraged employees to focus on all areas of wellbeing - physical, social, spiritual, environmental, financial, occupational, psychological, and intellectual. read more