The coronavirus has affected more than just our physical well-being—it’s also affecting mental health, as many people grapple with the unknowns surrounding the virus.
Gyms and community rec centers are closed, but that doesn’t mean you have to let exercise and physical activity fall by the wayside. You can still stay active at home.
Long after we flatten the curve, Americans will still be dealing with lingering mental health issues.
Terri Kline, MPH, former president and chief executive officer of Health Alliance Plan, former executive vice president of Henry Ford Health System and current Medecision Advisory Board member, shares her…
In this episode, A Discussion About Novel Coronavirus – Facts, Lessons and a New Revolution, our Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer, Ellen Dalton, facilitates a…
The coronavirus has a lot of us on edge, but our smartphones can help us breathe deep, meditate, change mental habits, get a good night’s sleep and more.
For many employed Americans, the coronavirus pandemic has brought about a new reality. Here’s some advice for doing your job without driving yourself—or your family—crazy.
In this episode, Medecision Advisory Board chair-elect Dr. Jan Berger gives us some thought-provoking perspectives around what population health looks like during, as well as after, the COVID-19 pandemic, and…
As the world struggles with the coronavirus, our healthcare heroes are going above and beyond, working selflessly for the greater good.
Social distancing doesn’t have to mean isolation. Thankfully, we live in the digital era and there are apps to help friends and family stay connected.