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May 21 2018
Millennials make health and wellness a way of life.

By: David Yeghiaian Category Work Well (Business Blog)

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Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce — larger than Baby Boomers — and view health care very differently than other generations. Health care and employers must adapt accordingly. To ensure we are on the same page regarding millennials, the following information is from Goldman Sachs to provide a baseline for this generation.

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Mar 19 2018
Heart and Soul Inspired Leaders in Healthcare

By: David Yeghiaian Category Work Well (Business Blog)

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A heart and soul inspired leader is any individual, regardless of age, regardless of role, regardless of title; who embraces his/her personal gifts, strengths and passions to positively impact others and change the world.

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Jan 16 2018
Healthcare Consumerism Benefits All Entities

By: David Yeghiaian Category Work Well (Business Blog)

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Healthcare consumerism is a topic which has been discussed for years. It is defined as putting economic purchasing power and decision-making in the hands of participants – you – and supplying information and tools to make informed decisions which encourage engagement in altering health and healthcare behaviors.

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Dec 19 2017
Humility in Healthcare

By: David Yeghiaian Category Work Well (Business Blog)

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It is refreshing to interact with individuals exhibiting humility. People we admire, follow, learn from; and traits we desire for ourselves. Healthcare professionals should provide a great example since they do Jesus’ work.

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Sep 18 2017
Is there a return on investment for wellness programs?

By: David Yeghiaian Category Work Well (Business Blog)

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Most employers have wellness programs, although they vary in breadth and depth. This seems to be based on the organizational culture relative to wellness and determining if there truly is a return on investment for wellness programs.

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