Healthcare insurance incentives prove to be divisive among employees
Healthcare insurance incentives prove to be very valuable with clients.

06/28/2013

One of the most popular healthcare insurance strategies to emerge over the past several decades is the ideal of cost incentives, which reward customers for adhering to healthy lifestyles. Continue reading

Professional reputation can be boosted by volume of charitable donations
Professional reputation can be boosted by volume of charitable donations.

06/28/2013

Charitable donations and other forms of community outreach have been helpful integrated marketing strategies for every business segment, but a recent study by a University of Missouri anthropologist has found that the volume of charitable donations could make a bigger difference than one large gift. Continue reading

Insulin production could vary based on ethnicity, says study
Insulin production could vary based on ethnicity, says study.

06/28/2013

A new study from researchers at Lund University in Sweden, Stanford University and Kitasato University has found that the human body’s ability to release and react to insulin manifests itself quite differently in individuals based on their ethnicity. Continue reading

Increased exercise is recommended for type 2 diabetes patients
Increased exercise is recommended for type 2 diabetes patients.

06/28/2013

For many individuals who suffer from type 2 diabetes, exercise has always been a key piece of information in patient education brochures, but until recently, physicians did not know just how important the practice could be in controlling the disease. Continue reading

Heart disease rates fall sharply in Europe
Heart disease rates fall sharply in Europe.

06/27/2013

While heart disease is still the leading cause of death in European countries and is the subject of countless patient education brochures, over the past several decades, the death rate from this illness has fallen sharply in a major win for public health advocates. Continue reading

DocCom system could revolutionize physician social media
DocCom system could revolutionize physician social media.

06/27/2013

Social media has emerged as a viable tool in the healthcare industry from everything to integrated marketing to patient education, but a new form of social outreach specifically among physicians and caregivers could revolutionize the medium. Continue reading

Scientists close to identifying all genetic causes of deafness
Scientists close to identifying all genetic causes of deafness.

06/27/2013

The stunning pace of development in the field of genetic research has been one of the healthcare field’s brightest spots in recent years, with successful studies and breakthroughs being documented in countless patient education brochures. Continue reading

Study reveals differing month-to-month vitamin D levels in American adults
Study reveals differing month-to-month vitamin D levels in American adults.

06/27/2013

The importance of proper vitamin D intake is found in many patient education brochures at primary care doctors’ offices, but a new study by the University of California at Irvine and Mayo Clinic researchers has revealed just how much these nutrient levels fluctuate throughout a given year. Continue reading

LifeStyles condoms partners with AIDS Healthcare Foundation for National HIV Testing Day initiative
LifeStyles condoms partners with AIDS Healthcare Foundation for National HIV Testing Day initiative.

06/26/2013

Social media has been used for a multitude of integrated marketing initiatives, but oftentimes the most successful campaigns are those that call on consumers to go the extra mile for the public good. Continue reading

Mobile ads less likely to resonate with physicians, says study
Mobile ads less likely to resonate with physicians, says study.

06/25/2013

In today’s increasingly digital world, healthcare advertising firms employ many integrated marketing strategies to reach out to physicians and other care professionals. Continue reading