SURVEY | Employers’ corporate wellness incentives climb to new heights

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SURVEY | Employers’ corporate wellness incentives climb to new heights

With a reported 15% increase in wellness incentive spending within their health care plans, corporate employers have their sights set on improving their workforce’s overall health in 2014 through wellness programs for both employees and their significant others, according to a new study from Fidelity Investments an the National Business Group on Health.   Corporate […]

New study: walking could reduce hospitalizations for COPD patients

  For people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) — a condition affecting 65 million people worldwide — a daily exercise regimen could help them stay out of the hospital, according to a new study. COPD is projected to be the third leading cause of death by 2020 with only heart disease and cerebrovascular disease […]

Client of the Month | Inter-American Development Bank

With a total of 354 million steps among participants, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is our featured client this February. IDB kicked off their Walkingspree wellness program a little less than a year ago, encouraging employees worldwide to get active and lead a healthier life.   “We wanted to create a culture of wellness here at […]

Good news from Hong Kong

Right on the toes of the International Consumer Electronics Show, our CEO Hiran Perera boarded a plane bound for Hong Kong for the final testing phase of INSPIRE activity trackers. We are changing the game with INSPIRE, by offering Bluetooth technology (say goodbye to manual uploads) at half the price of what our competitors charge. […]