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Digital Health Tools Are Finding Business Models – IQVIA’s 2021 Read on the Health of Digital Health

In the Age of COVID, over 90,000 new health apps were released, as the supply of digital therapeutics and wearables grew in 2020. Evidence supporting the use of digital health tools if growing, tracked in Digital Health Trends 2021: Innovation, Evidence, Regulation, and Adoption from IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science. IQVIA has been closely… Read More »

Are You Offering the Mental Health Benefits Your BIPOC Employees Need? – Harvard Business Review

Executive Summary Many companies have pledged to better support their BIPOC employees, particularly when it comes to mental health. To do this well, they must offer services that meet the unique mental health needs of those employees and a one-size-fits-all mental health program doesn’t work, especially since people of color are less likely to seek… Read More »

Prove (formerly Payfone) Acquires Mobile Authentication Lines of Business from Early Warning Services

The acquisition will enable more than 1,000 financial institutions to access a broad range of consumer identity and authentication solutions directly from Prove Prove (formerly Payfone), the modern platform for continuous identity authentication, today announced the acquisition of mobile authentication lines of business from Early Warning Services, LLC, a consortium owned by seven of the… Read More »

What Everybody Ought to Know About Working from Home – Advice from Darren A. Smith, CEO of Making Business Matter (MBM)

COVID19 has challenged businesses to rethink remote working, yet many have no idea how to work from home productively, manage their wellbeing, and avoid isolation. The UK had 4.2 million people that work from home, which is 13.9% of the workforce, according to the Office of National Statistics survey in 2014[1]. Social distancing means that… Read More »

One in four weight-conscious adults follow a specific diet – Baking Business

CHICAGO — Losing weight remains a top goal for half of American adults, according to The NPD Group. Around 25% of consumers will follow a specific diet plan in 2020, the market research company said, up from approximately 20% in 2016. Top diet plans include the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic or keto diet, and intermittent fasting,… Read More »