Every election season, we are bombarded with messages and advertising about candidates and issues, and a presidential election generally triggers an avalanche of calls to our homes. Consumers wind up overwhelmed or fatigued by all the messages, and many people (like my family) resign themselves to long evenings of just letting the phone ring or turning the ringer off.
In last week’s Wall Street Journal the benefits of walking meetings were highlighted. We are a big fan of walking meetings here at Welltok and are “walking the talk” when promoting our health optimization mission.
Here are some tips from the article that we didn’t want you to miss:
We officially kicked off our 2016 Fall Conference Tour! Our schedule is jam packed with 11 different event appearances. Here's your backstage pass for our upcoming "tour dates" where we'll be talking about the latest trends in health optimization and introducing Welltok Analytics.
Psychologists state that “humans flee from chaos and disorder.” Since the Affordable Care Act has transformed healthcare into a consumer market, many plans are struggling with how to engage members in a meaningful way that builds trust and creates a positive experience. Frequently the end result is the chaos and disorder that causes humans – or your consumers – to flee.
Welltok Inc., developer of the healthcare industry’s first consumer enterprise platform, is transforming the way population health managers guide and incentivize consumers to optimize their health. The CaféWell Health Optimization Platform organizes the growing spectrum of health improvement and condition management resources, obtains unparalleled consumer insights through applied analytics, and leverages cognitive computing to create personalized, adaptive health itineraries. Health plans and other sponsors now have an efficient and effective way to engage, activate and reward consumers, which drives greater healthcare value across all types of populations, from kids to seniors.