Hello Heart has been chosen to present in the next 9th “Employer Healthcare Benefits Conference” in Los Angeles California. The EHBC brings together industry pioneers in Healthcare, Insurance and Benefits to exchange ideas, share best practices, examine the latest trends. … Read More
Hello Heart has been chosen to present in the next National Business Group on Health conference “Workforce Strategy 2017 – Emerging For Change” Since 1974 the NBGH has been the nation’s only nonprofit organization devoted exclusively to representing large employers’ … Read More
Heart disease and hypertension is not only the biggest problem but also the most expensive problem for employers. Heart disease costs the US almost $1 billion *a day*. For an average large employer, the cost of heart disease and high … Read More
Hello Heart was selected as one of the best “Physician-Recommended Digital Health Products” by MIT. Only 20 solutions were selected by their medical team and Hello Heart is #1 in the disease management category.
AON one of the leading global providers of risk management, insurance, and human resources solutions is exploring how employees’ engagement with their health can lead to cost reduction for big organizations.
Hello Heart has been chosen to present to the Employer Council of the National Business Group on Health by the NBGH innovation board.
We all tell ourselves lies about our health – particularly when it comes to heart disease, weight and diet. What are the common lies and how do you move beyond them?
Hello Heart has been invited to present to the Board of the National Business Group on Health Innovations because of its strong value proposition and operational readiness in the large employer market.
Hello Heart has been invited as a presenting startup at CiConnect 2015, Oct 21, 2015. CiConnect is dedicated to bringing together California-based businesses with Israeli Innovative Technology. In addition to presentations from interesting startups, leading venture companies and some of the leading … Read More
In spite of simple lifestyle changes and relatively inexpensive and readily available medications, individuals with heart risk or hypertension are not managing their condition. Why?