Thanks To All Our Wellable Fans


Category: Wellable News

Last week we shared exciting news —  Wellable is joining the Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Health Matters Initiative to promote wellness. We were honored to receive many great press mentions and shout-outs from our Wellable fans.  We couldn’t be more excited!  Here are some of the tweets we received: .@GetWellable will provide communities w/ innovative &… Read more »

Clinton Health Matters Initiative And Wellable Join To Promote Wellness


Category: Wellable News

Earlier this year we shared our vision for using mobile health and wellness technology to make Americas healthier in our Blue Cross Blue Shield video.   Today, Wellable is excited to announce the next step in our commitment to fulfill this vision and improve the health and wellness of Americans. The Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Health Matters… Read more »

How Would Gmail Categorize Your Company’s Wellness Program?


Category: Corporate Wellness

On May 29th, Google announced a small but significant change to Gmail.  Google introduced a newly formatted inbox that automatically sorts emails into separate tabs.  According to Google, the new Gmail “is organized in a way that lets you see what’s new at a glance and decide which emails you want to read when.”  This… Read more »

What Does The US Budget Crisis And Chronic Disease Have In Common?


Category: Wellness

This is not a political blog post.  This is a post about real-world problems that have readily available solutions. A particularly nasty partisan political disease has infected the American government.  Regardless of one’s political beliefs, there is widespread agreement that the current budget crisis is solvable and politicians must work together to find the cure. … Read more »

Build Team Culture Through Wellness


Category: Corporate Wellness

Before Wellable, I worked for a large company of over 30,000 employees.  One of the best days of the year was not a day at work, but our community service day.  All 30,000 employees and summer interns were required to commit one day a year to community service.  Employees could choose from a long list… Read more »