Did you know that people with cardiovascular disease face more life-threatening complications and a substantially higher risk of death from coronavirus? According to data and reports from doctors in several different countries, even those with high blood pressure are being urged to take extra precautions against infection.
At TargetCare, it is our top priority to maintain the health and well-being of our clients and participants. Our team is working hard to immediately respond to the unique individual needs of each client during this ever-changing time. We've recently implemented some new recommendations and protocols. Here's what you need to know:
As the coronavirus continues to spread and more people are being advised to self-isolate or quarantine, it's important to have a household plan. What you can do is be prepared. That means having essentials on hand such as food, medicine, and cleaning supplies. Keep in mind that being prepared doesn't mean stockpiling or hoarding. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is recommending two weeks' worth of supplies. Here's a suggested list of items to buy.
During this transitional time, it's up to you to create your new "normal" for the next few weeks or possibly months. One of our 5 tips for staying productive while WFH touched on the importance of developing a schedule and sticking to it. We're here to help you create a schedule that incorporates wellness into your daily routine.
With the spread of the novel coronavirus, many companies are mandating or recommending that as many employees as possible work remotely until the virus can be slowed. While some may be familiar with the flexibility of working from home, others may be adjusting to these new work conditions for the first time. Needless to say, working from home can be a bit of a transition. Here are five tips that will help you excel in your new work-from-home environment.
Maintaining Our Proactive Approach In Response To COVID-19
Being in the field of disease prevention, it’s important that TargetCare take proactive measures to protect the health of the employees and families of our clients.
Did you know 70% of workers say they feel more stressed during COVID-19 than at any other point in their professional career? The need to address stress and anxiety is apparent now more than ever. Plus, sustained high anxiety can compromise your immune system, making you more susceptible to illnesses like coronavirus. Here are seven ways to deal with your coronavirus anxieties.
How is TargetCare Responding?
The situation surrounding the spread of COVID-19 is rapidly changing, and TargetCare is carefully monitoring any updates and recommendations by the CDC in all states in which we operate. Our focus remains on educating and updating our clinicians with CDC recommendations and guidelines for the evaluation, diagnosis and management of patients with potential COVID-19 infection.
Visit our website for TargetCare COVID-19 Support Services.
Implementing a health and wellness program takes time, money, and effort. If you're going to invest, make sure it's worth it. The success of a health and wellness program depends on several different factors, but how do you know your organization is ready for wellness in the first place? In this post, we’ll provide three critical tools that will help you create a successful wellness program.
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a life-threatening condition that affects nearly half of all U.S. adults. However, most people aren’t even aware they have it. Often called the “silent killer,” high blood pressure usually doesn’t come with any symptoms until after it's too late. Here's how this affects your employees-- and your budget.