Employing Telehealth to Serve America’s Veterans

The United States military plays an essential role in maintaining the freedoms accorded to residents of America. Whether a veteran served in the Vietnam, Korean or Gulf War or Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom, he or she has made many sacrifices for this county. The U.S. is home to approximately 18 million U.S. veterans, many…

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Further Distributions from HHS

The Department of Health and Human Services announced further distributions from its Provider Relief Fund. This funding will go to providers that participate in CHIP and Medicaid. Some providers have lost revenue due to COVID-19 and others have simply faced higher costs, both are valid reasons to apply. This funding will be available to a…

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Three Tips To Stay Engaged And Motivated

Working from home has become the new normal in our lives, with video calls re-defining interpersonal interactions and our long commutes being replaced by a couple of steps from our bedroom to our home desk.  We’ve grown used to it in no time. We’ve done what human beings have always been best at, adapting to…

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Introducing Mental Health Into The Workplace

  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a full-time employed person works an average of 8.5 hours a day. That is a significant amount of time to spend in one place that can be stressful on your physical health and mental health. Physical health is easy to have empathy for, but talking about mental…

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