by Beth Shepard   Beth's profile on LinkedIn  

The closest thing to a revolution in healthcare has been quietly gaining traction for over 15 years. Providers in the US and around the world are taking a keen interest in treating the root cause of many chronic diseases: a toxic lifestyle. Writing prescriptions for fruits and vegetables, a daily walk, or a visit to the local park is becoming more common. It’s called lifestyle medicine. And we hope your population will experience it sooner rather than later.

 

In this first of a 3-part series, we explore this fledgling field: what it is, why it matters, and points of interest — and possibility — for employers and well-being managers.

by Dean Witherspoon   Dean's profile on LinkedIn  

Compete for Wellness Participants the Way Your Company Competes for Customers

Without knowing a thing about your organization’s business model, we’re confident that when it comes to acquiring customers, you don’t:


  • Wait for them to come to you
  • Pay them to use your services
  • Make it difficult to take advantage of your offerings
  • Tout unsubstantiated claims about your product or service

… not if you want to be in business long anyway.


 

 

Celebrate National Nutrition Month with an employee well-being campaign that inspires lasting change. Join us for a no-obligation, 28-minute group demo highlighting our most popular healthy-eating campaigns, Slam Dunk Wellness and Colorful Choices. We'll give away random prizes, too.

 

Sign Up Now

Thursday, January 26 - 12pm Eastern

Thursday, January 26 - 3pm Eastern

 

Participants love these campaigns; check out a sampling of the testimonials we receive:

 

by Dean Witherspoon   Dean's profile on LinkedIn  



We make our living selling wellness campaigns. And lots of our referrals come through wellness consultants/vendors. So it’s not without reservation that we advise our customers and prospects to do their own homework. What if another vendor has a newer, shinier whatchamacallit that we don’t? What if they do choose another service provider? What if they love that provider and never come back?


If you’re a vendor and such questions keep you up at night, you’ve bigger problems than these. If you’re a buyer, relying solely on what your current vendor partners and consultants are saying, you may get lucky. But there’s a good chance you’re missing out on significant opportunity; here’s why: