Today’s wellness program participants are mobile. What about your wellness communications?

Let’s face it: It can be challenging, if not seemingly impossible, to reach wellness program participants with important health communications. And, it’s not getting any easier, thanks largely to the endless competition for people’s time and attention. Instead of competing against one of the biggest distractions, embrace it. We’re talking about the mobile device –…

A customized newsletter ensures multiple audiences are on the same page with wellness programs

The Local Government Center (LGC) in New Hampshire had a challenging charge. The non-profit organization had to keep a diverse, statewide audience apprised of timely health and wellness information. The LGC needed to get the word out to local, municipal, school, and county employees including labor, management, and elected officials. The LGC discovered that the…

To Achieve a Healthy Culture, Focus on 1 Thing

Guest Blogger: Health Enhancement Systems We’ve worked with clients who have set somewhat ambiguous goals to “work on the culture.” When we ask what that means, there’s a momentary pause, then the list materializes in their mind: “Things like vending machine policies, alignment with our food service vendor, tying organization health goals to business goals,…

Tell the Truth About Weight Loss in 2013

Guest Blogger: Health Enhancement Systems It’s time to plan for New Year’s resolutions and it’s time to come clean about what it takes to lose weight, and more importantly, how to keep it off; little changes don’t work (NutriSum does, read real wellness program success stories here). Most of the overweight population continues to be…