Support employees’ emotional health, Help employees with cancer, Diabetes prevention ROI

Thu, 11 Jul 2019

Work-related stress costs U.S. businesses $300 billion in lost productivity annually. Find out how Balance can help. Read more.
An overwhelming majority of employees with a cancer diagnosis want to keep working. How can you best support them? Learn more about Work Stride.

It costs nearly $8,000 annually to cover an employee with diabetes. Find out how our act2 diabetes prevention lifestyle behavior change program can reduce an employee’s risk of developing diabetes by 50%. Learn more.

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Johns Hopkins Team Outlines Ways to Integrate SDOH Data  
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health IT have developed a framework for the integration of social determinants of health (SDOH) factors into population-level predictive analytics. Click here to learn more.
A Cancer Screening Blood Test?
Wouldn’t it be great if cancer could be detected early by a simple blood test? That’s just what scientists at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins have created, and a newly formed Baltimore-based company has raised $110 million to develop and commercialize it. Click here to learn more.

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Balance is a therapist-supported, digital behavioral health program that makes mental health care easier and more accessible.
The ACG System helps you combine a population-level perspective with patient-level behaviors and conditions, allowing you to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to your population’s unique health care needs.
Blossom is an interactive guide that combines biometric tech, expert advice and support from loved ones to help you assess, understand and optimize your fight against diabetes.
Work Stride offers cancer prevention and education, as well as personalized nurse navigation at each stage of the cancer journey. Designed for employees, dependents, caregivers and managers.