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07.13.15

Kids around the country have learned healthy isn’t so bad. Led by First Lady Michelle Obama, the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act inspired changes to school cafeteria menus that are taking hold.

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06.12.15

First, there was the beeper. Then, physicians used mobile phones for direct communication. Today, it’s the Apple Watch. Not just for consumers, the Apple Watch stands to make a great impact among care providers. In fact, Apple has already developed numerous apps exclusively for healthcare professionals. These HIPPA-secure apps enable physicians to access patient records and view prescription refill requests

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03.03.15

More than 100 healthcare leaders from around the country came together for Remedy’s second-annual Well Conference. Check out the highlights!

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02.21.13

Remedy president, Carol McCarthy, talks with Crain’s Chicago Business about her thoughts on research, and, our largest pro bono initiative to date: tackling infant mortality in Chicago. Health care’s diagnostician By: Lisa Bertagnoli February 18, 2013 Carol McCarthy is no longer a fan of paper questionnaires hospitals mail patients weeks or even months after they’ve

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10.22.12

When your doctor isn’t available, urgent care is a convenient, quality option. The problem is, most people don’t know it. The Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) came to Remedy to tackle this awareness issue. We developed a campaign that featured simple, relatable scenarios for when to use urgent care. The combination of friendly illustrations

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10.20.11

Remedy’s work for Healthy Schools Campaign is getting good grades, with a program that seamlessly integrates fitness and nutrition lessons into the daily curriculum of Chicago Public Schools. Informed by observational research we conducted in classrooms across Chicago, Remedy named the program Fit to Learn and created a suite of go-to materials for teachers to use

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