Royal Palm Beach, FL, July 09, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The July issue of Corporate Wellness Magazine features articles by Ginger Campbell (on the value of analytics in controlling costs for healthcare payers), Sidney Slover (on managing chronic disease via interactive health and education portals) and the second of Lorna Katica’s two-part article on the legal rights of working cancer survivors and employees with cancer. Read the 36th issue of the monthly magazine dedicated exclusively to corporate wellness, health promotion and disease prevention at www.CorporateWellnessMagazine.com.
Corporate Wellness Magazine is also the official sponsor of the 4th Annual Corporate Wellness Conference (www.CorporateWellnessConference.com), which will take place Oct. 24-26 on the beach in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami. It is the only national corporate wellness conference held in the U.S. The conference is aimed at employers, insurance companies and health insurance agents who have either implemented corporate wellness programs or are interested in doing so.
Corporate Wellness Magazine was created with the intent of serving as the main hub where employers, consultants and health insurance agents can learn about corporate wellness. CWM provides a central point of communication for an emerging multibillion-dollar industry.
CWM promises to provide its readers with the most cutting-edge advice and expertise straight from experts actively involved in the corporate wellness industry.
For more information, please contact assistant editor Rob Smith:
Rob Smith, Assistant Editor
Corporate Wellness Magazine