Alpha Telelhealth Testimonial

Here is our testimonial from Ms. Judy Conwell.

Why your boss wants you to see online doctors

Have you heard about the movement towards telehealth? Telehealth has become more and more popular with both individuals and companies since the roll out of the Affordable Care Act. It offers the chance for you, as a patient, to sit down in front of a web cam and interact with a licensed and caring physician without driving to a doctor’s office. More and more companies are talking about—and actively implementing—telehealth programs. Margaret Shaw, Director of Global Benefits for Marvell Technology, explains why her company has decided to offer a telehealth service to its employees: “It could potentially be a huge cost savings. If you go see a regular doctor, your cost is anywhere from $150 to $200 for an office visit. It’s a big, big difference.”

The benefits of using an online doctor don’t stop there. Besides the cost of a doctor’s appointment, there is also the time necessary to take off work, drive to a doctor’s office, and spend the time getting back to work. That time could be spent at your office, talking to a doctor, and then getting back to work. Both employees and companies can benefit from an increase in efficiency. This new service doesn’t come without its hiccups, though. It can often be hard to convince employees to engage in the program, which is why companies are doing their best to advertise the benefits to employees.

Follow the link below to read the full article and watch the full video report on why your boss wants you to see online doctors:

http://nbr.com/2014/07/11/why-your-boss-wants-you-to-see-online-doctors/

alpha telelhealth to be a sponsor at the national telehealth conference

We here at Alpha Teleheath are very pleased to be a sponsor of the upcoming National Telehealth Conference: Transforming Health Care Delivery and Academic Curriculum being held here in Cincinnati on March 20th and 21st. The objective of this conference is to provide telehealth experiential learning for health care providers, administrators and faculty.

Expect a wide range of speakers, exhibitors and topics, covering both the medical and technological aspects of this rapidly expanding field of healthcare delivery. Conference attendees will be able to choose one of six specialized tracks on each day of the conference. The same tracks are offered on both days.

agendas

View the Day 1 agenda here
View the Day 2 agenda here

Check out the conference website for information on registration, accommodations,  continuing education credits, and more.

2015 national telehealth conference agenda – day 2

friday, march 20th: day 2 of the 2015 national telehealth conference

 

7:00 – 7:45 a.m. – Networking Breakfast at Procter Hall with the Exhibitors & Poster Presenters

7:45 – 8:15 a.m. – Transition to Intensive Experiential Learning Locations

  • Shuttle bus transportation to the VA Cincinnati Track One Site. All other tracks are located in the College of Nursing, Procter Hall.

8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. – Concurrent Intensive Experiential Learning Tracks 

Note: Tracks are 4 hours in duration. All (except Track 1) are split into 2-hour sessions with breaks.

  • Track One: Tele ICU A Technical and Clinical Transformation in the ICU
    • Location: Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • Session Leader: J. Michael Torok, MSN, MBA
    • Presenters:
      • Tele ICU Simulation Experience: Attendees will witness a simulated patient care scenario from the Tele ICU Core and in an ICU room (Group will be divided and rotate through each scenario).
      • J. Michael Torok, MSN, MBA, Tele ICU (e-ICU) Program Director, VA Cincinnati
        ” Utilizing Simulation and Innovative Training Techniques in Instituting Clinical Transformation in ICU and eICU Environment “
      • Ralph Panos, MD Veterans Health Administration
        “Models of Tele ICU (e-ICU)”
      • Lynelle Johnson, MS, RN, Chief Health Informatics Officer, VISN 10-VA Healthcare System of Ohio
        “Challenges and lessons learned in setting up technologies for teleICU”

 

  • Track Two: Driving Innovation and Successful Implementation of TeleHealth Technology Across the Care Continuum: From Hospital to Home
    • Location: Procter Hall 103
    • Session Leader: Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA
    • Presenters for Session 2A:
      • Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA, UC Health Enterprise Director, Special Projects
        “UC Health Aligning Telehealth Strategy and Streamlining Implementation”
      • Tim Maloney, JD, VP Payor Relations
        “UC Health Policy Changes and the Reimbursement Outlook for Telehealth”
      • Jay Brown, UC Health Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
        “The IT Landscape: Preparing for Telehealth as the New Norm”
    • Presenters for Session 2B:
      • Opeolu Adeoye, MD, Associate Professor, UC Emergency Medicine and Neurosurgery Division of Neurocritical Care
        “TeleStroke 2.0: The Evolution of Digital Stroke Care”
      • Shimul Shah, MD, MHCM, UC Director of Liver Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Associate Professor of Surgery
        “Creating a Virtual Medical Home Post-Transplant”
      • Pam Kimmel, RN, Director of TeleHealth, UC Health”Building Bridges Across Sites of Care”
      • Pam Kimmel, RN, Director of TeleHealth, UC Health
        “TeleHealth Infrastructure: the Nuts and Bolts”
  • Track Three: Telehealth 101-102: Getting Started in Telehealth and Maximizing Clinical Effectiveness in Telehealth
    • Location: Procter Hall 276 and Virtual Visits to Remote Federal Telehealth Resource Centers across the US
    • Session Leader: Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
    • Session 3A: Telehealth 101 – 102: Getting Started in Telehealth
      This session will provide an introduction to Telehealth, including the basic concepts, technology considerations, regulatory framework and available resources.
    • Presenters:
      • Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
        Clinical Director, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
      • Doris Barta, MHA
        Director, Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center
        Billings, MT
      • Garret Spargo, MA
        Director, Telehealth Technology Assistance Center
        Anchorage, AK
    • Session 3B: Maximizing Clinical Effectiveness in Telehealth
      This session will focus on specific methods of enhancing clinical effectiveness when using telehealth. We will provide examples from telemental health programs and the Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine Network in Montana.
    • Presenters:
      • Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
        Clinical Director, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
      • Doris Barta, MHA
        Director, Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center
        Billings, MT
      • Garret Spargo, MA
        Director, Telehealth Technology Assistance Center
        Anchorage, AK
  • Track Four: Telehealth Legal and Policy Challenges
    • Location: Procter Hall 286
    • Session Leader: Charles Doarn, MBA FATA
    • Presenters:
      • Charles Doarn, MBA, FATA
        Special Assistant, Office of the Chief Health & Medical Officer NASA Headquarters, Editor-in-Chief of the Telemedicine & e-Health Journal, Co-Chair US Government’s FedTel Working Group, International Telehealth Consultant, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Director of Telemedicine, UC College of Medicine
      • Reem Ally, JD, MHA
        Director of Health Care Payment & Innovation Policy
        Health Policy Institute of Ohio
  • Track Five: Telehealth in the Post-Acute Services
    • Location:Procter Hall
    • Session 5A Leader: Megan Gresham
    • Presenters:
      • Joyce Miller Evans, MBA, BSN
        Vide President/CIO, Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services
        “Improving Aolder Adult’s Self-Care in the Home through Remore Telehealth Monitoring and Data Collection Leveraging”
      • Megan Gresham, Maple Knoll Communities Director of Corporate Communications & Tim McGowan, Maple Knoll Administrator
        Maple Knoll Communities, Inc.
        “Telehealth in a Collaboratory Smart House and Across a Continuum of Care”
    • Session 5B: Telehealth Innovations Improving Access and Continuity of Care
    • Leader: Dietra Watson, MSN
    • Presenters:
      • Dietra Watson, MSN
        Facility Telehealth Coordinator
      • Stacy Fischer-Samano, BSN
        Care Coordinator Home Telehealth
      • Dorothy Idris, BSN
        Telehealth Coordinator
      • Elizabeth Sledge, LPN
        Telehealth Clinical Technician
  • Track Six: From Conception to Outcomes: One Academic Settings Experience with Developing Nursing Students’ Experience with Telehealth for Workplace Readiness
    • Location: Procter Hall 312
    • Session Leader: Debi Sampsel, DNP
    • Session 6A: Designing and Implementing Telehealth Experiential Learning Sessions into Nurse Practitioner and Undergraduate Students’ Course Work
    • Session 6B: Incorporating Telehealth into Students’ Practicums and Capstone Experiences in Multiple Clinical Settings
    • Presenters:
      • Kathe Ballman, DNP
        UC College of Nursing Director of Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program
      • Debi Sampsel, DNP
        UC College of Nursing Chief Officer of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

12:30 p.m. – Conference Wrap-up – Presentation of Certificates, Group Photo and Evaluation Session

1:00 p.m. – Adjournment of Conference

2015 national telehealth conference agenda – day 1

thursday, march 19th: day 1 of the 2015 national telehealth conference

 

7:30 a.m. – Continental Breakfast with the Exhibitors

  • Location: Procter Hall – 3rd Floor Atrium

8:30 – 8:40 a.m. – Welcome & Overview

  • Location: Procter Hall 103
  • Debi Sampsel, DNP
    Conference Co-Chair
    UC College of Nursing Chief Officer of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

8:40 – 9:00 a.m. – Opening Remarks

  • Location: Procter Hall 103
  • Greer Glazer, PhD
    UC College of Nursing Dean
  • William Ball, MD
    UC College of Medicine Interim Dean
  • Richard P. Lofgren, MD, MPH
    UC Health Chief Executive Officer

9:00 – 10:00 a.m. – Keynote Address

  • Location: Procter Hall 103
  • “The Future of Health Care and the Role of Telehealth”
    Bill Woodson, MBA

    Senior Vice President
    Center for Strategic Planning
    Sg2

10:00 – 10:15 a.m. – Break

10:15 – 11:25 a.m. – Plenary Session

  • Location: Procter Hall 103
  • “Telehealth in Action”
    Moderator: Bill Woodson, MBA
    Panelists: Orson Austin, MD, Charles Doarn, MBA, Neil MacKinnon, Pharm D, Jonathan Neufeld, PhD, Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA, and Dietra Watson, MSN

11:25 – 11:30 a.m. – Wrap-up Morning, transition to Lunch and Interactive Track

  • Location: Procter Hall 103
  • Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA
    UC Health Enterprise Director, Special Projects
    Conference Co-Chair

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Lunch with Exhibitors: Hands-on with Telehealth Equipment Opportunity

12:30 – 1:00 p.m. – Transition to Intensive Experiential Learning Locations

  • Shuttle bus transportation to the VA Cincinnati Track One Site. All other tracks are located in the College of Nursing, Procter Hall.

1:00 – 5:15 p.m. – Concurrent Intensive Experiential Learning Tracks

Note: Tracks are 4 hours in duration. All (except Track 1) are split into 2-hour sessions with breaks.

  • Track One: Tele ICU A Technical and Clinical Transformation in the ICU
    • Location: Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • Session Leader: J. Michael Torok, MSN, MBA
    • Presenters:
      • Tele ICU Simulation Experience: Attendees will witness a simulated patient care scenario from the Tele ICU Core and in an ICU room (Group will be divided and rotate through each scenario).
      • J. Michael Torok, MSN, MBA, Tele ICU (e-ICU) Program Director, VA Cincinnati
        ” Utilizing Simulation and Innovative Training Techniques in Instituting Clinical Transformation in ICU and eICU Environment “
      • Ralph Panos, MD Veterans Health Administration
        “Models of Tele ICU (e-ICU)”
      • Lynelle Johnson, MS, RN, Chief Health Informatics Officer, VISN 10-VA Healthcare System of Ohio
        “Challenges and lessons learned in setting up technologies for teleICU”

 

 

  • Track Two: Driving Innovation and Successful Implementation of TeleHealth Technology Across the Care Continuum: From Hospital to Home
    • Location: Procter Hall 103
    • Session Leader: Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA
    • Presenters for Session 2A:
      • Anya Sanchez, MD, MBA, UC Health Enterprise Director, Special Projects
        “UC Health Aligning Telehealth Strategy and Streamlining Implementation”
      • Tim Maloney, JD, VP Payor Relations
        “UC Health Policy Changes and the Reimbursement Outlook for Telehealth”
      • Jay Brown, UC Health Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
        “The IT Landscape: Preparing for Telehealth as the New Norm”
    • Presenters for Session 2B:
      • Opeolu Adeoye, MD, Associate Professor, UC Emergency Medicine and Neurosurgery Division of Neurocritical Care
        “TeleStroke 2.0: The Evolution of Digital Stroke Care”
      • Shimul Shah, MD, MHCM, UC Director of Liver Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Associate Professor of Surgery
        “Creating a Virtual Medical Home Post-Transplant”
      • Pam Kimmel, RN, Director of TeleHealth, UC Health”Building Bridges Across Sites of Care”
      • Pam Kimmel, RN, Director of TeleHealth, UC Health
        “TeleHealth Infrastructure: the Nuts and Bolts”
  • Track Three: Telehealth 101-102: Getting Started in Telehealth, and Maximizing Clinical Effectiveness in Telehealth
    • Location: Procter Hall 276 and Virtual Visits to Remote Federal Telehealth Resource Centers across the US
    • Session Leader: Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
    • Session 3A: “Telehealth 101 – 102: Getting Started in Telehealth”
      This session will provide an introduction to Telehealth, including the basic concepts, technology considerations, regulatory framework and available resources.
    • Presenters:
      • Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
        Clinical Director, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
      • Doris Barta, MHA
        Director, Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center
        Billings, MT
      • Garret Spargo, MA
        Director, Telehealth Technology Assistance Center
        Anchorage, AK
    • Session 3B: “Maximizing Clinical Effectiveness in Telehealth”
      This session will focus on specific methods of enhancing clinical effectiveness when using telehealth. We will provide examples from telemental health programs and the Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine Network in Montana.
    • Presenters:
      • Jonathan Neufeld, PhD
        Clinical Director, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
      • Doris Barta, MHA
        Director, Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center
        Billings, MT
      • Garret Spargo, MA
        Director, Telehealth Technology Assistance Center
        Anchorage, AK
  • Track Four: Telehealth Legal and Policy Challenges
    • Location: Procter Hall 286
    • Session Leader: Charles Doarn, MBA FATA
    • Presenters:
      • Charles Doarn, MBA, FATA
        Special Assistant, Office of the Chief Health & Medical Officer NASA Headquarters, Editor-in-Chief of the Telemedicine & e-Health Journal, Co-CHair US Government’s FedTel Working Group, Internationl Telehealth Consultant, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Director of Telemedicine, UC College of Medicine
      • Reem Ally, JD, MHA
        Director of Health Care Payment & Innovation Policy
        Health Policy Institute of Ohio
  • Track Five: Telehealth in the Post-Acute Services
    • Location: Procter Hall
    • Session 5A
    • Leader: Megan Gresham
    • Presenters:
      • Joyce Miller Evans, MBA, BSN
        Vice President/CIO, Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services
        “Improving Older Adult’s Self-Care in the Home through Remote Telehealth Monitoring and Data Collection Leveraging”
      • Megan Gresham, Maple Knoll Communities Director of Corporate Communications & Tim McGowan, Maple Knoll Administrator
        Maple Knoll Communities, Inc.
        “Telehealth in a Collaboratory Smart House and Across a Continuum of Care”
    • Session 5B: “Telehealth Innovations Improving Access and Continuity of Care”
    • Leader: Dietra Watson, MSN
    • Presenters:
      • Dietra Watson, MSN
        Facility Telehealth Coordinator
      • Stacy Fischer-Samano, BSN
        Care Coordinator Home Telehealth
      • Dorothy Idris, BSN
        Telehealth Coordinator
      • Elizabeth Sledge, LPN
        Telehealth Clinical Technician
  • Track Six: From Conception to Outcomes: One Academic Settings Experience with Developing Nursing Students’ Experiences with Telehealth for Workplace Readiness
    • Location: Procter Hall 312
    • Session Leader: Debi Sampsel, DNP
    • Session 6A: Designing and Implementing Telehealth Experiential Learning Sessions into Nurse Practitioner and Undergraduate Students’ Course Work
    • Session 6B: Incorporating Telehealth into Students’ Practicums and Capstone Experiences in Multiple Clinical Settings
    • Presenters:
      • Kathe Ballman, DNP
        UC College of Nursing Director of Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program
      • Debi Sampsel, DNP
        UC College of Nursing Chief Officer of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

maple knoll tests uc smart house for seniors

mapleknoll-1Maple Knoll Village, a non-profit continuing care retirement community located in the greater Cincinnati area, has been working with University of Cincinnati graduate students to help their residents lead safer, healthier lives. In the “Innovation Collaboratory House,” you’ll find a plethora of technological tools to help older adults manage conditions like congestive heart failure, and they can even do stroke prevention.  According to an article by WVXU Cincinnati, “This [smart house], at Maple Knoll Village in Springdale, is designed to showcase how seniors can stay in their homes longer.” Telehealth robots and an X-Box “Kinect” help make this possible.

mapleknoll-2UC graduate student Gaurav Patil worked on the controller for these devices, reducing the cost of a controller for the smart house to $35. The robots within the smart house utilize infrared technology rather than traditional cameras. As Patil says, “People don’t’ like to be watched.” The infrared camera and other motion sensors helps alleviate the stress of being filmed while still maintaining the security for older adults that the smart house promises. Hopefully, the research on this technology will continue so that telehealth technology can help seniors stay in their homes for a longer period of time.

Click the link below to read the full story on the UC smart house that could change the way we care for seniors:

http://wvxu.org/post/maple-knoll-tests-uc-smart-house-seniors

event partners of the 2015 national telehealth conference

Save The Date:

March 19-20, 2015
University of Cincinnati College of Nursing
3110 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219-2068

Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center*

The Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center strives to be the benchmark of excellence and value in healthcare and benefits by providing exemplary services that are both patient centered and evidence based. Their care will be delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. They emphasize prevention and population health and contribute to the nation’s well-being through education, research and service in National emergencies.

*As an event partner of the National Telehealth Conference, this does not imply that the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center endorses the University of Cincinnati.

Maple Knoll Communities

Maple Knoll Village is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 165 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 54-acre campus, our community offers 140 villas, 125 apartments, 62 assisted living apartments and a 145-bed skilled nursing facility with a hospice center and rehabilitation center. Our outreach programs and services continue to serve older adults in the community. Each and every day, our mission drives our organization to help older adults Live Life!

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

The College of Medicine is committed to providing a curriculum which offers diverse learning opportunities. Students develop a broad range of knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to practice medicine. The curriculum has been carefully structured to balance subject-specific courses, integrated content blocks and clinical experiences.

Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center

The Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center (UMTRC) is a consortium of active telehealth organizations, headed by the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) that provides a comprehensive set of telehealth clinical and technical assistance services leveraged into products of lasting value to rural providers. The UMTRC focuses on telehealth programs and technical assistance needs within Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio. Because they are a fully-funded grant-based program, all of our services are provided at no charge.

To attend the conference, follow this link. If you’d like more information regarding Alpha Telehealth’s services, fill out our online form or call us at (513) 321-3600.

bill woodson to be keynote speaker at 2015 national telehealth conference

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Nursing will be holding their National Telehealth Conference March 19th through the 20th. Several members and sponsors of the telehealth community will come together to promote and discuss advancements, benefits, and the future of telehealth medicine and services. In anticipation of the event, we’d like to introduce Bill Woodson, the keynote speaker for the event.

Bill Woodson: Senior Vice President for the Center for Strategic Planning

Bill Woodson is senior vice president for Sg2, an analytics-based health care proficiency that helps hospitals and health systems join together, prioritize and drive growth and performance across the healthcare board. He co-leads Sg2’s Center for Strategic Planning, which focuses on developing healthcare strategies and expansion. He and his team develop advanced analytics, periodicals, classes and conferences for more than 1,200 organizations across the industry.

A well-regarded speaker on the future of healthcare, Woodson’s areas of expertise include market evolution, care delivery innovation, physician-hospital alignment, and all aspects of System of CARE planning and growth.

Bill’s background includes more than 20 years of experience in healthcare planning, marketing strategies, market forecasting, health system development and public policy. Before joining Sg2, he worked for Solucient where he managed the company’s department of strategic planning and marketed their products.

Bill also worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ healthcare consulting practice where he led strategic planning, service line development, capital planning and health system merger engagements. He began his career as a legislative assistant for health care policy for Congressman Bill Lowery in California.

Bill received his MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and his BA from Yale University.

To attend the conference, follow this link. If you’d like more information regarding how Alpha Telehealth services can benefit you and your loved ones, fill out our online form or call us at (513) 321-3600.

Global Aging – The Future of Healthcare relies on Telehealth

As the world dives further and further into technology and depends less and less on paper trail and brick-and-mortar customer service, businesses must think ahead and find ways to digitally and virtually provide their services. Granted, some businesses cannot go 100% online with their services, one can’t deny it’s a critical part of today’s society. The world anticipates and relies on the newest advances in technology; take the iPhone, for instance. Consumers stand in line for hours, even days to get the newest “en vogue” i-technology only to have an “outdated” phone months later. This speaks volumes to the fact consumers expect and anticipate new technical advances. At Alpha Telehealth, we have embraced this fact and focus on being tomorrow’s healthcare today, meaning we are innovating the way the world views and uses healthcare.

what is telehealth?

First of all, we must establish what telehealth services are. Defined by the Health Resources and Services Administration, telehealth is the use of electronic information and telecommunication technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration. Technologies include videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications, therefore allowing you to stay at home and still receive the level of care you need to live independently.

Telehealth is all about communication. Telehealth is a way to close the gap between you, the patient, and the medical system you have to be in contact with on a regular basis. Bringing you closer to the experts, telehealth allows you to save the time and money you’d be spending on travel to the doctor’s office by staying at home.

what the future holds

So much has changed in regards to healthcare in the last few years. Now that Americans have several options when it comes to medical insurance, they now have as many options when it comes to choosing a way to receive their treatment. Consumers and companies alike are just beginning to understand and participate in telehealth services, leaving much room for growth and opportunity.

As we move toward a world that relies more and more on information and services literally at their fingertips, the healthcare system must move right along with them and follow and implement all the latest advancements to cater to the needs of its customers. It’s no secret that technology is improving and changing every day, so as technologies advance, so will telehealth. The future holds better communication, better efficiency when it comes to health administration, advanced alternative health resources and services, and ultimately less time and money on spent on healthcare.

Still confused about telehealth? If you still have questions about what telehealth is, we’re here to help! Give Alpha Telehealth a call at (513) 321-3600 and we’d be happy to answer any questions you have.

our trusted partners in healthcare

UC College of Nursing

alpha-ucAlphaTelehealth is proudly partnered with the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing. Recently, we have tested UC smart house for seniors, and spoken at the national telehealth conference. We plan to bring excellent service, together.

GEMCO Medical

At GEMCO Medical, we strive to “Help You Help Your Customers”, by providing a broad selection of quality, dependable medical products and excellent customer service to help you supply the medical products that your customers need.

CASS

Cincinnati Area Senior Services is the recognized leader in providing essential services for the elderly in southwest Ohio. Senior adults, their families, and caregivers know they can turn to CASS for help.

GemCare Wellness

GemCare Wellness is committed to designing and providing wellness programs to assist people in improving their health and creating a more productive lifestyle, thereby reducing health care costs to themselves, their employer and their insurer.

 MedMart

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