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Helping your Employees Manage Headaches During Work

Studies show 91% of people who suffer from migraines miss work or cannot function during a headache attack. This means either time off from work or inefficient employees, causing companies millions of dollars in lost work time. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 20 adults has a headache every day. Migraines, as well as other types of

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Engage Your Employees and Decrease Turnover with Smarter Ways to Utilize Benefits Resources

Hiring and retaining quality employees can be a major challenge for all businesses. It  requires more than simply offering perks, it requires an element of caring. Offering employees a full wellness program shows that the employer cares about the wellbeing of their staff. It also increases employee health, which in turn decreases sick days taken, distracted employees, and health care

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Employee Spotlight: Marci Lawing, RN, BSN- Nurse Manager

Marci Lawing has been caring for patients within the telehealth field since 1997. She has firsthand insight into the role of a triage nurse, supervisor, manager, and most recently stepped into the position of Director of Nursing with TriageLogic®. Marci has worked in both the onsite call center environment for a major medical center and as a remote triage nurse,

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Provide a Mobile App to Increase the Value of Your Broker Service

Employers invest a lot of time and consideration when choosing a benefits broker or a wellness program for their employees. As a broker and company partner, it is important to show them that your company can offer their employees a product that they will use. Offering a comprehensive wellness mobile application (app), like Continuwell, can help your company stand out.

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Increase Employee Utilization with the Right Health and Wellness Mobile Application

We all know that employee health is vital to the success of any organization. Healthy employees mean productive working days, effective projects, and overall company success, not to mention lower health insurance costs. Not surprisingly, most companies today offer wellness programs that go beyond standard health insurance. Yet, a challenge for many companies that offer health and wellness programs is

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Tune in to Hear Continuwell’s CEO on Monday’s First Coast Connect

Jacksonville, FL (April 27, 2017). Continuwell CEO, Charu Raheja, PhD, will be on the local radio show First Coast Connect Monday May 1, 2017 to discuss her story, some of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today, and how telehealth fits in the overall solution. Call in to be part of the conversation Monday around 9 a.m. (EST) at (904) 549-2937.

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Continuwell® to Exhibit at the World’s Largest Telehealth Event

Continuwell® to Exhibit at the World’s Largest Telehealth Event

JACKSONVILLE, FL. (April 17, 2017) Continuwell will be exhibiting at the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) Telehealth 2.0 in Orlando, April 23-25. This conference is the telehealth industry’s premier event for technology innovation and networking, focused on how telehealth is transforming healthcare. The Continuwell team will be on the floor to demonstrate the new patent-pending application (app) that will elevate the

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This Nurse Is A Hero – See How She Saves A Caller’s Life

Some of the most important telehealth phone calls are the ones where the caller doesn’t think that their symptoms are serious. If an employee ignores severe symptoms, it can have a negative impact on himself, as well as the whole organization. Continuwell nurses often take calls from people who are reluctant to call 911 or go to an Emergency Room,

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Is a Trip to the Emergency Room Necessary? Read Anna’s Case Study

Emergency room visits cost an average of $1,233[1], making it an expensive option for both employees and employers. For the employee, it means high co-pays, a long wait in a crowded emergency room, and the possibility of catching a virus while waiting. For the employer, it results in employee absenteeism, and increased insurance cost. Self-insured companies also see their health

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