Health Coach Huddle, January 2014
January 2014 Volume VI, Issue 1

  1. Workplace Wellness Programs Can Cut Chronic Illness Costs; Savings for Lifestyle Improvements are Smaller

  2. Txt4health Program Motivates People to Change Behaviors to Reduce Diabetes Risk

  3. Key Health Behaviors Lead to Long Term Weight Maintenance

  4. Online Patient Portal Improves Medication Adherence, Cholesterol Levels Among Diabetics

  5. New Chart: Top Behavior Change Tools in Health Coaching

  6. Q&A: What Traits or Characteristics Separate Good Coaches from Great Ones?

  7. Motivational Interviewing by Ochsner Health Coaches Drives Results in 4 Key Areas

  8. HINfographic: 7 Patient-Centered Strategies to Generate Value-Based Reimbursement

  9. Smoking Cessation Efforts Less Effective with Mentally Ill

  10. Guest Post: Group Health Coaching Improves Healthy Habits, Patient Wellness

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