Putting the Human Back into Healthcare: A Behind the Scenes Look with Humana

How Humana Keeps Prevention Front and Center During the Pandemic

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CMS Final Rules of 2022: Did You See the New Maternal Morbidity Measure?

The CMS Final Rules for 2022 were recently released and include a new Maternal Morbidity measure. The new measure requires hospitals to report participation in quality improvement (QI) initiatives to improve perinatal health - and penalizes those who don’t report on all required QI measures with a one-fourth reduction in their annual payment.

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Breaking it Down: Oncology Nutrition Support

Malnutrition is a frequent problem among cancer patients, but many side effects from chemotherapy or radiation can be mitigated through targeted nutritional interventions and self-management. Unfortunately, the dietitian shortage means that only 20% of patients receive the support of an oncology-credentialed registered dietitian to receive deeply personalized evidence-based nutritional strategies to help them manage their symptoms.

By Welltok Marketing

What is Text4baby?

About 10% of babies are born prematurely in the United States, at an average cost of $64,815 per delivery and a total societal cost of more than $25 million. This staggering number may be on the rise with disruptions and delays in prenatal care due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To address health inequities and get critical information into the hands of new and expecting parents, Welltok is relaunching the gold standard Text4baby program. 

By Welltok Marketing

Guilty of These Personalization Fails?

Personalizing the consumer experience is a proven way to increase engagement. But are your efforts missing the mark? Find out from this infographic on real-life personalization fails.

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Can We Trust What’s Behind the Mask?

As the masks start coming off, how can organizations continue to encourage people to accept the COVID-19 vaccine? The Washington Post recently reported, “in an intensely polarized nation, many people have little faith that their maskless fellow Americans have actually been vaccinated. That lack of trust, fueled by the ongoing politicization of the pandemic, tears at the fabric of a public-health strategy built on the assumption that other people will do the right thing.” 

By Welltok Marketing