Between March and April of this year, Wellable hosted the Step Into Spring Ortho Challenge. The four-week step challenge had 14 large orthopedic groups across the United States compete for ultimate bragging rights, cool t-shirts, and gift cards. At the end of the challenge, which consisted of 1,161 participants, Wellable issued a user survey. The… Read more »
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This post first appeared on the Clinton Foundation blog. In 1986, community partners in the Coachella Valley of California came together to host the Tram Road Challenge (TRC), a six-kilometer run/walk race that entailed an upward climb of 2,000 feet. Even with such a physical challenge, in 2015, the 30th Annual TRC attracted over 2,000… Read more »
Nick Patel from Wellable sits down with BostInno for a little Q&A about Wellable and health and fitness.
In a MedTech Boston article, Wellable’s Chief Medical Officer, Shaan Gandhi, reflects on the healthcare happenings of 2014 and makes some predictions for 2015. Hint: Shaan thinks 2015 will be the year of the wearable!
VentureFizz featured Wellable in an article about our roots and work with the Clinton Foundation. Click here to read the full article.
MedTech Boston featured Wellable in an article about bending the healthcare cost curve. Click here to read the full article.
At Elevar’s Reverse Pitch Day in October, Elevar and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts issued a call for entrepreneurs to tackle three major healthcare problems: (i) engaging the community; (ii) engaging millennials; and (iii) engaging baby boomers and seniors. Wellable chose to leverage its experience working with the Clinton Foundation and other community organizations to tackle community… Read more »
ZDNet featured Wellable in an article about wellness for SMBs. Click here to read the full article.
Cole Boskey of Wellable sits down with Boston Children’s Hospital to discuss “What’s Driving Millennials to Health Tech.” Check out what Cole and other Boston health tech entrepreneurs have to say about building health tech companies and some of the challenges that young entrepreneurs face.
Duncan Williams, a family- and employee-owned investment firm headquartered in Memphis, TN, launches their Wellable program! Duncan Williams is part of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Healthy Worksite Program and will be using Wellable’s technology platform to enhance their DWFit wellness program. As part of a multi-year initiative, Duncan Williams is using… Read more »