Web service addresses health, wellness at companies
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 15, 2008
Limeade, a new Web service, is trying to transform health assessment programs that corporations operate in order to reduce healthcare costs, making those programs easier to use and more engaging. Employers can use Limeade's online surveys to measure issues within a company. For example, an employer could discover that 25 percent of its work force smokes, which could lead it to institute a smoking cessation program.
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