Implementing a Successful Health Coaching Program

According to Forbes, 70% of U.S. employers offer general wellness programs to employees. That’s up from only 58% just eight years ago! And Health Coaches have a big part to play in these programs. Employers are forever facing the uphill … Continued

The Value of Biometric Screenings

Author: Ami Bolles, Health and Well-Being Strategist In the last article I wrote, I outlined why an organization should offer a wellness or well-being program. This article will focus on why biometrics are important as part of a comprehensive wellness … Continued

Troy Cook to Speak at Health & Benefit Expo

Troy Cook, Telligen Business Development VP, will be a featured speaker at the 25th Annual Health & Benefits Expo in New York, New York. On November 9, 2018, Troy will shared results of a national benchmark study Telligen conducted through … Continued

Telligen Health & Well-Being to Speak at ISCEBS Symposium

Telligen’s Paul Mulhausen, Chief Medical Officer, and Troy Cook, Vice President Business Development, will be presenting at the 37th Annual ISCEBS Employee Benefits Symposium on August 28, 2018. Their presentation titled, “The Blueprint for Successful Diabetes Management” will focus on … Continued

Opioid Use Disorder

Katy Brown, PharmD Telligen Clinical Pharmacy Specialist The use and misuse of opioids has steadily increased since the late 1990’s. When used as prescribed, patients feel pain relief. However, the opioid epidemic began largely with individuals using opioids for medical … Continued

Addressing Behavioral Health in the Workplace

Health and Productivity Study In a landmark health and productivity study, a group of preventive medicine and workplace health experts found depression was the costliest health condition to employers in terms of total workplace costs. Their work found that workplace … Continued

The Importance of Early Interventions for Diabetes

Every 21 seconds someone in the United States is newly diagnosed with diabetes.1 This is a troubling statistic for the health of the affected individuals as well as for both employees and employers who are paying more in diabetes-related healthcare … Continued