The ' we Fit' e-Nation

Chordas, Lori
April 2010
Best's Review;Apr2010, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p96
Trade Publication
The article reports that health plans have turned to social networking to promote their health-and-wellness initiatives and programs. It cites the national team-based and nutritional programs from Aetna Inc., Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Inc., and Humana Inc, It notes that Harvard's marketing vice president Dana Rashti has said that social networking has paved for gathering and sharing of information like advices, tips, and counsel.


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