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‘I was 24 the first time. I still feel like ending it almost every night’

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Filmmaker Rohan Sabharwal writes about his struggle with mental illness and explains why the new mental health care bill is good news.Last week, as I began to co-write this piece
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4 Steps HR Can Take to Protect Employee Medical Records

In April 2014, as electronic medical records became standard, the FBI issued a “private industry notification” warning health care organizations of an increased number of cyber intrusions targeting medical records due to, among other
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What The Uncertain Future Of Obamacare Means For Entrepreneurs

Earlier this year, Rich Robinson was entertaining two very different job offers. The first, at a large company, would mean stability and guaranteed health insurance. The other, at an early-stage startup, was a far more risky but exciting option to
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An insurance company is subsidizing Apple Watches for its customers

From: Mashable By Emma Hinchliffe Recommended by: Mashable BEIJING, CHINA - 2016/07/27: Apple watch for sale in an Apple shop. Image: zhang peng/LightRocket via Getty ImagesWearables are moving into health insurance.Aetna will be
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How To Use Health Data to Make Smarter Health Plan Decisions

Editor’s note: Integrate technology with your wellness program to both inspire participation and motivate workers. As an additional benefit, you’ll be able to collect even more data. See this related article The Right Way to Use Tech in
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How Will Cognitive Technologies Affect Your Organization?

From: Via: How Will Cognitive Technologies Affect Your Organization? once-subservient
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EEOC Sets Limits On Wellness Program Incentives

(KAISER HEALTH NEWS) — Employers seeking to get workers to join wellness programs and provide medical information can set financial rewards – or penalties – of up to 30% of the cost for an individual in the company’s health
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Survey: Workers Would Rather Have More Wages, Less Health Insurance

By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News More wages, less health insurance. In a recent survey, one in five people with employer-based coverage said they would opt for fewer health benefits if they could get a bump in their wages. That’s
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The Psychology of Wellness Nudges

From: Via: The Psychology of Health Incentives by @PsychToday