Webinar: Why Wellness Fails April 2016

Below is the recording from our webinar on Why Wellness Fails to control medical costs, recorded on April 13, 2016.

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The information included in this webinar is important. We know the drill – healthcare costs are crippling all of us. However, with the right approach to wellness and by implementing the right programs, we can have a significant impact!

Unfortunately, the standard, run-of-the-mill “Wellness Programs” are unable to accomplish this!

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A pdf version of the slides.


 

Links for further reading

One slide in the webinar had links to additional articles on our website(s). Here the links:

Additional Readings
Type 2 Diabetes is killing your company.
Is exercise more difficult with type 2 diabetes?
RPE and determining exercise intensity.
Dinner with the husband, the shakes and metabolic flexibility.
2015 Member of the Year: Kathryn.
The IARC: Red Meat and Cancer.

 

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Why Wellness Fails

This online presentation is from one done on November 12, 2015 to the FENG – Sugar Land / Katy Group. We recorded the audio and then added the slides to it.

As the introductory slide states, there is one thing I want you to know after watching this presentation:

Wellness Fails at Controlling Medical Costs.

It fails for three reasons:

  • Sameness
  • Research???
  • Blame Game

I cover each of these during the presentation.

One-sentence conclusion

Wellness can produce positive results but executives and decision makers must do their due diligence in selecting the right vendor.

Links for additional information

Download the slides with notes.

In responding to a question about supplements, I referred to the Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act of 1994.

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During the Q&A, I referred to JAMA article published in September 2015. By adding an additional test to their screening (HbA1c) they concluded that more than 50% of the US adult population has some form of diabetes: diagnosed, undiagnosed or pre-diabetes. We wrote a Call to Action in response to this article. Read our Call to Action.

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