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What Doctors Want Businesses to Know About Telehealth

Telehealth fosters a symbiotic relationship between employers and healthcare providers. Here’s what doctors want businesses to know about virtual care...

How Artificial Intelligence Improves Telehealth Outcomes and Helps Businesses Boost ROI

Artificial intelligence in telehealth leads to more accurate diagnoses in less time. Here’s why businesses should consider leveraging AI to increase employee productivity and satisfaction.

Why Enterprises Need an Internal Telehealth Champion

From boosting utilization and satisfaction to saving money and time, an internal telehealth champ may be the key to maximizing the benefits of virtual care.

How Green Spaces Boost Mental Health and Wellness

Feeling anxious? Step outside. Being in nature has been shown to reduce stress and improve mood disorders, and there are a few reasons why...

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

The answer is a little different for everyone, and it varies based on your age. Here’s a look at sleep recommendations for everyone from teens to seniors.

Spring Clean Your Water Sources at Home

Are you at risk for waterborne illnesses? You may not think much about the water that comes out of your tap, but here are some things to consider when it comes to germs in your home water supply.

How Teletherapy Can Boost Employee Productivity Amid the Omicron Outbreak

With thousands of new Omicron cases each day and more Americans prioritizing their mental health, teletherapy benefits could be the key to helping businesses thrive in tumultuous times.

4 Things to Know About Statins

You likely know that statins are very effective at lowering LDL or the “bad” cholesterol, but here are four more things to know about these drugs.

Feeling Anxious? Add These Foods to Your Grocery List

These four foods are particularly beneficial for reducing anxiety, so add these items to your next grocery list if you’re dealing with unchecked stress.

Exploring the Psychology of Love Languages

What are the 5 love languages? Take a closer look at each, the ways that they are expressed, and how they can be a building block for healthy relationships.

Why Telebehavioral Health is a Critical Benefit

Employees view quality of life as a key factor in where they devote their time and talent, which is why supporting workers’ mental health is a key factor in retaining and attracting new talent.

Can Exercise Ward Off Dementia?

It’s no secret that exercise is good for your health, and even better, there’s no age limit on the benefits that exercise can have on the brain.

How to Identify and Cope with Financial Anxiety

Money worries have long been a source of stress, but if any of the following signs sound familiar, it may be time to rethink your relationship with money.

How Long Can You Wear a Medical-Grade Mask Before Replacing It?

Depending on where they’re worn and what type of mask you’re wearing there is some room to reuse medical grade masks.

How to Set Boundaries with Friends and Family this Holiday Season

Reduce your stress and care for your mental health this season with some helpful tactics for maintaining boundaries when you get together with loved ones.

4 Resolutions You Can Actually Keep in the New Year!

If you want to truly inspire lasting change in your life, it’s time to rethink how you approach your annual goals. Here’s a look at 4 achievable goals you can actually stick to in the coming year.

Do You Need to Have a Primary Care Doctor?

If you’ve made a habit of only seeking medical care when you’re ill or injured, you may not realize the complete benefits of having a dedicated care provider.

2022 Telehealth Outlook: A Clear Path Ahead for Virtual Care

MeMD shares its outlook for telehealth in 2022 in areas including value-based care, mental health, provider shortages, transparency and more.

7 Tips for Choosing the Right Telehealth Partner

Amid COVID-19 telehealth has become an essential part of healthcare delivery. So how does a broker pick the best telehealth partner? They look for these 7 things...

4 Signs You May Be Experiencing Decision Fatigue

Your day is filled with hundreds of choices—some simple, others complicated—but too many choices can leave you feeling depleted and stressed. Read on for classic signs of decision fatigue that could signal you're headed for burnout.