Optum – Meet a Vendor

Optum was invited to participate in our “Meet-a-Vendor” webinar. The Shortlister staff had been regularly hearing from consultant partners that their employer clients are struggling to integrate disparate programs and are therefore struggling with achieving strong engagement across their populations.

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The Dermer Group – EEOC Wellness Regulations

On June 1st 2016, we hosted Michael Dermer, founder of IncentOne and of The Dermer Group, to discuss the latest program design & execution strategies that employers and consultants are using to optimize their reward/incentive efforts. In the second part of the webinar, Michael discussed the latest

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Viverae – Meet a Vendor

Shortlister hosted Cliff Newby, Viverae‘s AVP of Product Management, in our “Meet-a-Vendor” webinar series. Cliff introduced two newsworthy updates to the Viverae portfolio: a brand new financial well-being component and an expansion of their disease management program.

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e4 Health – Meet a Vendor

Shortlister hosted Terry Cox, E4 Health‘s SVP of Business Development in our “Meet-a-Vendor” webinar series to give an overview of E4 Health’s solutions and to introduce what’s new in 2016.

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What to consider before starting a wellness program

Check out our new post on BenefitsPro.com, “What to consider before starting a wellness program”. In this piece, we examine the buying trends of the employer groups that are starting a wellness program. What to consider before starting a wellness program Over the last 18 months, I’ve witnessed the

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Workplace Wellness and Culture

Check out our new post in Employee Benefit News, “Is your wellness budget being flushed down the drain?”. In this piece, we examine the relationship between workplace wellness and culture. Is your wellness budget being flushed down the drain? Over the past year, I’ve had the privilege of witnessing

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The Place to Meet a Wellness Vendor

Thank you for visiting the new Wellness Research Institute (WRI) site. While our focus has always been improving the health and wellbeing of the employees that are served by our clients, you will notice we are now broadening our scope of services to support this goal. The primary

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Beyond Wellness ROI

For those that follow the wellness industry closely, there have been a few news-worthy items that have come across this year. With all of the new legislation affecting benefits professionals, these items have gone mostly unnoticed outside of the inner circle of wellness devotees. The debacle that was the Penn

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What is the Wellness Fence?

In a recent article I wrote for Benefitspro.com I examined a few perceived reasons that wellness programs fail. I have received an outpouring of feedback based on the article on both sides of the current “wellness fence”. It seems that many people are very passionate about this

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Reasons Wellness Programs Do Not Achieve Optimal Results – #3: Information Overload

This blog entry continues the series examining market insights of the wellness industry that we’ve gathered through contributing broker and consultant partners. One of the striking themes from our industry research is that even the best and brightest in and around the industry have a difficult time getting their

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