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The Interactive Health case study has been removed from the “Smoking Guns,” because it has so many obvious errors that we use it instead as the “issue spotter” for the advanced-level course and certification in Critical Outcomes Report Analysis.

I also wouldn’t trust them as my wellness vendor even if they didn’t make up outcomes. I had the misfortune of attending one of their screens. They “screened” me for calf tightness. It turns out my calves are tight. Admittedly, I can see why tight calves could impact productivity for some employees. (Example: first basemen.)   And I could just feel my own productivity soaring after they loosened them up…until the left one went into spasm that night.

It also would be nice, assuming they are going to do these screens, to actually send people their results without being reminded four or five times.

 


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