How Telehealth Services Are Helping Employees and Employers

The convergence of digital communication and medical care is transforming healthcare in the workplace. Thanks to a surge in telehealth services in recent years, affordable care is now available and accessible 24/7. It’s no surprise then that telehealth has become an increasingly popular choice for employees, employers, and medical professionals alike! Telehealth services benefit both … Read more

How Important Is Oral Health?

Good oral health refers to the state of your teeth, gums, and mouth where they are free from disease and functioning correctly. Good oral health includes the following: Healthy teeth: Teeth are free from decay and damage, and they are properly aligned. Healthy gums: Gums are firm and pink, and they fit tightly around the … Read more

Get Healthy, One Sleep At A Time

It is important to sleep! This week is “National Sleep Awareness Week.” Doctegrity is helping our community to raise awareness about the importance of sleep and the impact of sleep disorders on overall health and well-being. The event is organized by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving public health and … Read more

Doctegrity and Patient Safety

This week is Patient Safety Awareness Week. Doctegrity is using this time to promote awareness about patient safety in healthcare. The event was initiated by the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF), which later merged with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). The aim of Patient Safety Awareness Week is to increase public awareness and understanding … Read more

How To Protect Kids From Poisonous Substances

During National Poison Prevention Week, organizations and agencies across the United States promote public awareness about the dangers of accidental poisonings, particularly among children. This includes providing educational resources such as tips for safe medication storage and disposal, poison prevention checklists for the home, and first aid tips for poison exposure. The theme for National … Read more

Chronic Lung Disease & Pulmonary Rehabilitation

There are several ways that a person can develop chronic lung disease. Some of the most common causes of chronic lung disease include: Smoking: Smoking is the most significant risk factor for developing chronic lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. Environmental pollutants: Exposure to pollutants such as air … Read more

How Telehealth Companies Can Provide Cost Savings for Employer-Sponsored Health Care Plans

As hybrid workplaces become more and more prevalent, the effects will keep rippling across all aspects of the business world. This includes healthcare providers, many of whom have joined telehealth companies and now offer remote services as part of their plans. This fits perfectly into the growing trend of hybrid workplaces, where some employees work … Read more

Is chocolate good for your heart?

Moderate consumption of chocolate may have some health benefits for the heart. Dark chocolate, in particular, is rich in flavonoids, which are natural compounds that have been shown to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. These flavonoids can help improve heart health by lowering blood pressure, reducing inflammation, and improving blood flow. However, it’s important to … Read more

Is there a difference between generic and name brand drugs?

Have you noticed the empty shelves in stores when searching for your medication? There are several reasons of this shortage: manufacturing problems, increased demand, raw material shortages, discontinuation of production, and limited production capacity. It’s important to note that drug shortages can have serious consequences for patients and can lead to drug rationing, increased healthcare … Read more