The Karelia Wellness Learning Center

The first step toward healthy outcomes is education. Please take moment to review the following helpful resources to learn how a wellness program developed by our wellness learning center can save lives and cost at your organization.

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Doing the Right Thing: How Governments Are Saving Money & Saving Employee Lives with On-Site Wellness

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Doing the Right Thing: How Governments Are Saving Money & Saving Employee Lives with On-Site Wellness

In this webinar, you will hear from presenters and other government employers as they why they offer an onsite, outcomes-based workforce health solution to help employees prevent and reverse chronic illness–heart disease, diabetes and obesity–in order to save lives and save money on healthcare spending.

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Controlling Employee Benefit Costs Starts With The Heart

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Controlling Employee Benefit Costs Starts With The Heart

Learn how chronic disease affects your workforce and how it's all tied back to heart disease. Learn how preventing and reversing heart disease is one of the most important things an organization can do to save their employees' lives while also reducing overall healthcare costs.

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Healthcare Reform and Wellness: What Your Company Needs to Know About PPACA

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Healthcare Reform and Wellness: What Your Company Needs to Know About PPACA

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly called the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare", is a United States federal statute signed into law on March 23, 2010. Learn about these changes in the compliance landscape and how they pertain to your company's health plans.

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How Can Employers Find ROI From Wellness

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How Can Employers Find ROI From Wellness

How can employers determine whether or not their employee health efforts are actually making employees healthier and saving payers money? Watch this on-demand webinar now for a presentation discussing the key factors that contribute to earning a return on employee health investments.