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Employee Health Concerns Take Employees From Freelance to Full Time

Working as a freelancer is great, but it has its downsides. On one hand, you get to work remotely, choose your own hours, and work for multiple clients to introduce variety into the workday. On the other hand, freelance employees aren’t usually paid as much as salaried employees, and they don’t enjoy the same employee…

Time in the Sun for Employee Health

As any reader of the Hanson Medical Systems blog knows, we believe that good employee health is a great investment to make, because the outcome is better productivity (not to mention better lives for the people who work for you). This week we want to talk about one of the great intangibles of personal health:…

The Importance of Political Neutrality for Employee Health

Much has been made of the divided country we currently live in. Unfortunately, that divide sometimes extends through families and workforces. If you find that your corporate environment has become overly political, there is good reason to put a stop to it. Believe it or not, political strife at the office can have negative ramifications…

Health Care Consulting and the Art of the Referral

Your company’s onsite clinic is a great thing to offer for employee health. But it’s important to know what its limitations are. Unless your onsite clinic is among the best in the world, it won’t be able to offer a full range of primary care services. For this, you’ll need to do a lot of…

Exercise, Depression, and Employee Health

Here on the Hanson Medical Systems blog, we cover a lot of material about how different lifestyle factors can contribute to serious chronic illnesses. Most of the illnesses we cover are physical in nature, whether we’re talking about diabetes, colon cancer, or heart disease. But there’s another important class of diseases that’s an increasing problem…

When Employee Health Becomes Community Health

When considering the costs of corporate healthcare, it’s common to consider only those metrics that have a direct impact upon revenue and productivity. However, the effects of sensible and affordable corporate health policy have much farther reaching effects. In fact, its impact ripples out into community health all around the United States. Modern standards of…

What’s More Important for Weight Loss: Diet or Exercise?

When it comes to losing weight, everybody seems to have a strategy all their own. Some go on hunger strikes, while others start running ten or fifteen miles a day. For people who want to lose weight in the most efficient way possible, it’s very important to understand which is more important for weight loss:…

A New Understanding of Diet, Diabetes, and Heart Disease

It has been long understood that diet has an integral role in the development (or non-development) of heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes (collectively known as cardiometabolic diseases, or CMD). While general knowledge on this subject has given way to general dietary recommendations, more nuanced research on the subject has yielded more sophisticated insights….

The Role of the Onsite Clinic in a Shifting Healthcare Landscape

Nobody knows what’s going to happen with American healthcare during the coming months. It’s possible that the Affordable Care Act will be left alone, partially repealed, or entirely replaced by the Republican/Trump alternative. At Hanson Medical Systems, it’s not our job to comment on national healthcare legislation. We have to do our best within all…

Aging Gently – Preventing Chronic Illnesses with Hanson Medical Systems

No matter who you are, there are challenges to face as you get older. Hanson Medical Systems likes to place itself in the intersection between individuals and new personal standards of health and wellness. No matter who you are, there are ways to improve your lifestyle as it pertains to health. Whether you are an…

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