Have you heard about the all-new AllWays member mobile app?

Posted by AllWays Health Partners Blog Team on June 17, 2021

Ready to manage your healthcare information on the go? The AllWays Health Partners member app is all new and ready to use. Continue reading to learn about all of the latest updates available now.

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Topics: mobile app, tablet, member app

This Pride Month learn how you can support LGBTQIA+ healthcare rights

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on June 10, 2021

June is pride month, and we’re celebrating all month long at AllWays Health Partners. It’s important for organizations—and individuals to use this month as an opportunity to identify ways you can support the LGBTQIA+ community long term. Whether you’re a provider, employer, broker, or member, we invite you to educate yourself about some of the current laws impacting the LGBTQIA+ population along with several supportive resources offered through Mass General Brigham and other organizations.

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Topics: LGBTQIA+, pride month

Fast and easy ways for busy professionals to stay healthy during a pandemic

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on June 03, 2021

Are you looking for simple habits to improve your health? With the pandemic still ongoing, even the busiest of people can incorporate quick and easy changes to support their overall health; more importantly, this includes fighting off COVID-19. To learn more we talked with health expert, Kimberly O'Brien during our Fast and Easy Ways for Bust Professionals to Stay Healthy webinar for easy habits that can be applied into your daily routine. Continue reading for a summary of Kimberly's most useful advice shared during the webinar.

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Topics: healthy living, health and wellness, active, meditation, yoga, sleep

Uncover the impact of cybersickness on today's remote-heavy workforce

Posted by AllWays Health Partners Blog Team on May 27, 2021

As people continue to work from home, we're spending more time than ever attached to devices to conduct meetings, work on assignments, and plan research. Although the amount of time depends on your work-from-home schedule along with your industry, today there are still more than a third of Americans working remotely. Learn more below about how connection overload to computer screens can impact today's workforce.

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Topics: cybersickness, nausea, eye and ear, screen time, dizziness, remote work

Help someone commit to quit this upcoming World No Tobacco Day

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on May 20, 2021

On May 31, we come together worldwide to support those wanting to quit smoking on World No Tobacco Day. Annually, this day is an opportunity to reinforce the dangers of tobacco use while educating the general population that tobacco-related disease is preventable. Learn more information you can share with patients, family, friends, employees, or colleagues that offer education and support.

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Topics: tobacco, smoking, World No Tobacco Day, respiratory health, quitting smoking