Virtual Floodgates Open for Telehealth Services – Is Coronavirus Changing the Way We Do Healthcare?
A Pennsylvania man waits anxiously by his laptop to speak with a healthcare provider about a scratchy sore throat and low-grade fever he’s had for the past two days. A Dallas mother is dropped into queue with instructions to gather all medications and shot records before signing in to video chat with an urgent care
Lost Productivity Through Obesity-related Absenteeism, Costs Highest for 10 U.S. States Says Study
Obesity remains a critical issue for loss of productivity in the workplace, according to a study funded by the National Cancer Institute, costing companies dearly per employee every year, and the nation as a whole over 8 billion per year. The study indicates that absenteeism due to obesity-related illnesses not only reduces company productivity, but