The pressure is mounting and employers are feeling the pinch. As U.S. health care costs continue their seemingly inexorable rise, businesses are looking for ways to wrest greater value from their health care spend.
More and more, employers are looking for benefits strategies that help prevent chronic disease and, if it is present, encourage early, efficient treatment. The brass ring is getting employees to proactively manage their own health by adopting healthy behaviors, such as exercising and eating healthily. It’s better for the employees, it increases productivity, and it reduces health care expenditures.
So how are organizations today looking to craft health and well-being plans that deliver real results for employers and employees alike? This white paper looks at three key areas where new and innovative approaches are changing the equation.
o This actionable resource guide covers 7 ways you can think like a marketer to create a compelling Open Enrollment communications campaign. Use it to create an engaging and understandable experience for your people. The guide includes: ? Tips for developing communications your people will actually open, read, and understand ? Borrowing cardinal rules from consumer marketers and making them work for you ? Setting goals, strategy, and measuring ROI for this year's Open Enrollment
The NHS is currently evolving to meet the needs of an ageing population. This means that not only is the delivery of clinical care more challenging in the acute hospital setting but it increasingly relies on enhanced information access in the primary care, mental health and community environments too.
In our 40-criteria evaluation of data center hardware platforms for software-defined networking (SDN), we identified the nine most significant players — Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, Arista Networks, Extreme Networks (which recently acquired Brocade Communications System’s data center networking business), Cisco Systems, Cumulus Networks, Dell, Huawei, Juniper Networks, and Pluribus Networks — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps infrastructure and operations professionals (I&O) make the right choice.
As a cloud-based business services suite, Microsoft® Office 365™ provides organizations with access to web, mobile and desktop versions of traditional Office software tools, cloud storage space for enterprise file sharing, and hosted services for communication and social. By making these services available across desktop, mobile, and web platforms, Microsoft is experiencing increased adoption from both consumers and businesses while expanding the possibilities for anytime-anywhere collaboration.
With today’s stratified business communications, small to midsize companies face challenges as they try to modernize their online collaboration workflows. They’re frequently stitching together discrete, ad hoc communications tools to perform a variety of team-based tasks, but the limitations of this approach quickly become apparent as projects grow more complex.
Emerging trends and disruptions that will impact the way businesses communicate and work in the future. The goal, in essence, is to reaffirm the need to invest in a comprehensive suite that is secure, adaptable and easy-to-use for everyone.
There have never been more ways to connect to your team online. Yet, even as an explosion of communication and collaboration tools invites businesses to bridge distance, time zones, and other workplace challenges, workers often find themselves increasingly disconnected.
Published By: Broadsoft
Published Date: Apr 04, 2017
Enabling greater flexibility and productivity without the need for large capital investment, the benefits of Cloud Communications enable businesses to free themselves from the limitations of traditional, office-based phone systems.
Competing in telecommunications markets is becoming extremely complicated. Responding to disruptive change from many directions, telecom companies are experimenting with new business models and offering new types of services. With this comes the potential to draw new waves of regulatory oversight, further complicating the picture.
Agencies have long provided telecommunications companies with scalability for collections in a high-growth industry. Today, with markets and business models changing, your collections agencies have a growing impact — for good or ill — on your success.
Published By: Nextgen
Published Date: May 25, 2017
As the Northwest Ohio area’s only academic medical center, the University of Toledo Medical Center (UTMC) delivers high-level physician education, while managing a 233-bed hospital for patients as well as 34 specialty clinics. This broad, complex level of responsibility needs a comprehensive, robust interoperability system to connect its different EHR systems so residents, physicians, and technicians can access data whenever, wherever they are.
With more than a half-dozen disparate systems, UTMC needs a reliable, robust system to tie everyone together so providers have critical access to patient data from the classroom to the operating theatre.
Read this case study to learn how the Mirth® solution has delivered to all of these requirements and enabled University of Toledo.
Published By: Nextgen
Published Date: Aug 08, 2017
Meditouch helps integrate patient engagement across your practice and the care continuum.
Foster patient satisfaction and achieve front office efficiency.
YourHealthFile patient portal for convenience, transparency, and communication.
Patient-generated data alleviates staff burnout via manual duties; prevents bottlenecks.
Easily refill Rx, reduce no-shows, quickly fill cancellations.
iPad functionality supports education and doctor patient relationship.
Garner better reviews, gain more online visibility, market your practice to new patients.
Web content management now constitutes mission-critical software to help drive successful communications with customers. Application leaders focused on enabling effective digital experiences should use this document to help them in selecting the most appropriate vendor and solution.
According to a recent study, “76 percent of marketers said marketing had changed more in the last two years than in the previous fifty.”1 From apps like Uber and Airbnb that reengineer entire markets to mobile, omnichannel commerce, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things, marketing is being built anew.
Read Forrester's inaugural Wave for Omnichannel Demand-Side Platforms to learn why Adobe is a leader. Adobe Advertising Cloud received top scores in product strategy and digital ecosystem footprint, and achieved the highest scores in 14 criteria.
With more and more competition for our increasingly short attention spans, it’s no wonder we’re seeing reliance on visuals as the leading form of communication across the web.
Even the most well-thought-out ideas and well-written content will get lost in the shuffle if the visual elements aren’t equally compelling—or don’t communicate the right message. That’s why the imagery you choose should be as strategic as the written message behind it. It’s not enough to settle for the first applicable image you find in your stock library—you need to ensure every image is on brand and conveys the right idea.
Download this whitepaper for a few ways to use imagery to meet your brand’s content marketing objectives.
In our 36-criteria evaluation of omnichannel
demand-side platform (DSP) providers, we
identified the 11 most significant ones — Adform,
Adobe, AOL, AppNexus, DataXu, Google,
MediaMath, Rocket Fuel, The Trade Desk,
Turn, and Viant — and researched, analyzed,
and scored them. This report shows how each
provider measures up and helps marketing
professionals make the right choice.
Ten years ago, the iPhone came into our lives and our world was utterly transformed. Since then, mobile devices have changed the way we communicate, take photos, find our way, even find our soul mates. With the advent of new technologies like artificial intelligence and virtual reality, the next decade promises to be even more transformative.
It’s iconic. Concrete sails riding gentle waves. A million
subtly textured tiles reflecting “the mood of the
The Sydney Opera House is recognizable by
nearly everyone, a structure so loved and venerated it
stands “alongside the Taj Mahal, the Acropolis, and the
Great Pyramids” as a World Heritage site, “a cultural site
having outstanding universal value.
According to a recent study, “76 percent of marketers said marketing had changed
more in the last two years than in the previous fifty.”1
From apps like Uber and
Airbnb that reengineer entire markets to mobile, omnichannel commerce, virtual
reality, and the Internet of Things, marketing is being built anew.
Web content management now constitutes mission-critical software to help
drive successful communications with customers. Application leaders
focused on enabling effective digital experiences should use this document
to help them in selecting the most appropriate vendor and solution.