Health Coach Huddle, March 2013
March 2013 Volume V, Issue 10


  1. Smokers Connected to Quit Lines More Likely to Enroll in Treatment Programs

  2. Spending on Corporate Wellness Incentives Doubled in Last Four Years

  3. Insurance-Based Wellness Programs Tied to Reduced Hospitalizations

  4. New Chart: 10 Behavior Change Principles to Guide Incentives Development

  5. Financial Incentives Help Weight Loss Study Participants Lose More Weight

  6. Q&A: Does the Average Caseload for Integrative Health Coaching Differ from Other Coaching Programs?

  7. Diabetes Costs Have Nearly Doubled Since 2007

  8. Meet Health Coach Alexis Koutlas: Natural Progression from Nurse to Case Manager to Coach

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Physician Hospital Organizations: Developing Collaborative Structures for Shared Savings Agreements

  10. Infographic: Stable Jobs = Healthier Lives

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