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Award-Winning Design Agency Offer Mobile Health Check

(PRWEB UK) 14 February 2014

According to Digital market researcher eMarketer, in 2013 more than 73.4 % of Internet users accessed the Web from a mobile device, and Google’s Ian Carrington told ‘Mobile Marketing Live’ in October 2012 that “More people worldwide own a mobile device than own a toothbrush.”

In the vacuum of mobile compatible websites, a business willing to take steps to make its online presence ‘mobile friendly’ will gain a significant advantage over its competitors, according to Simon Isaac, Strategy Partner at Zero Above, an award winning sustainable design agency which is offering an online mobile health check for businesses.

“Most businesses wouldn’t dream of not having a website. Yet thousands of businesses in the UK aren’t mobile ready, despite the majority of people now accessing the internet via mobile devices.”

“Our mobile health check can help businesses understand how they are being represented to the ever-growing market of online mobile users, and how equipped they currently are to deal with one of the fastest changing areas of the business technology environment.”

Simon goes on to explain, “Not being mobile compatible is a choice. But it is a bad choice. You only have to look at the mountain of statistics out there about the possible impact on businesses failing to make themselves mobile ready.”

Potential impact for non mobile-compatible businesses is drastic, in terms of brand damage as well as missed opportunities for business. According to research into mobile consumer habits by Google “almost three-quarters of respondents said they are more likely to revisit a mobile-friendly site” as opposed to the “79 percent saying they will go back to search and try to find another site to meet their needs.” In terms of potential impact on a company’s brand, “67% of respondents agreed ‘A mobile-friendly site makes me more likely to buy a product or use a service,’” whilst more than half of those surveyed admitted that “A frustrating experience on a website hurts my opinion of the brand overall.”

Simon continues, “We work with businesses who want to perform at their very best, offering forward thinking, results-driven marketing solutions. We have a passion for great design and together with our technical expertise, we deliver successful results.”

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Cultivating Successful Habits

You have to do the certain right things everyday in order to be successful in any endeavor. As Anthony Robbins says, the quality of your life is based on the quality of your habits.

Did you know that we do 90% of the same things everyday? That’s right so 90% of the things that you do today, you did yesterday. So make sure the things you will do today or tomorrow are things that you want to keep on doing.

So if 90% of the things we do are the same everyday, how do we change them? Eben Pagan introduced to me the concept of Habit Gravity. Basically this means that while you cultivate new habits, your old habits will fight against the new ones.

So there are three stages when trying to create new habits. It usually takes 90 days of daily use to solidify a new habit.

The first phase is the phase with the most resistance. You know that a space shuttle launch, that 85% of fuel is burnt in the first few minutes? That’s right, 85% of the energy it takes to get something outer space is on the first few minutes.

That’s because of gravity. So “Habit Gravity” means the first month of creating a habit is the hardest. So you have to keep at it that first month. You will totally won’t want to do that thing that you want to do. This could be exercising everyday.

That first month of trying to exercise everyday will be the hardest. But once you get past that first month you will be in stage two.

The second stage of forming a new habit is the Expectation Stage. Where you expect yourself to do the habit, but it isn’t in grained yet. So you will still have to put in a little bit of conscious energy into doing the new habit. This typically last about a month.

The third stage, or how Eben calls it, is “Escape Velocity”.

This is where your habit will be so strong that it will actually feel weird if you don’t do your new habit.

Once you reach this stage it’ll be easier to do your new habit then to resist it. This is the stage you want to be at. Remember when you are creating a new habit that the first month will be the hardest.

This is natural and you have to fight it with all your will. Remember the big picture of why you wanted to create this habit in the first place.

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Wellframe Partners With South Shore Hospital to Increase Patient Engagement and Access to Life Saving Cardiac Rehab Programs

Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

Wellframe, a Boston-based company that combines mobile devices and artificial intelligence to amplify caring relationships by engaging patients in personalized care plans, today announced that the Wellframe Mobile Platform for Care Management and Patient Engagement has been integrated into the cardiac rehabilitation program at South Shore Hospital. The platform is being utilized by clinicians to extend services to cardiac rehab patients in between rehab visits. The Wellframe’s mobile platform integrates mobile technologies with artificial intelligence to allow clinicians real-time interaction with patients on such topics as daily exercise completed and planned attendance at cardiac rehab. This improves patients’ adherence to the care plan, and fosters mutual communication and transparency between clinician and patient.

South Shore Hospital, in conjunction with Brigham Women’s Hospital, conducted a pilot clinical trial using Wellframe’s mobile platform. The clinicians saw a significant increase in patient retention and compliance with cardiac rehab care plans among those patients who utilized Wellframe’s mobile platform. This is important because nationally less than 25% of the 2 million patients that are eligible for cardiac rehab participate, despite evidence indicating that these types of programs have been shown to reduce risk of 5-year all-cause mortality by over 25%.

“We are thrilled with the impact that implementing the Wellframe platform has had on our clinic and the quality of care we are able to provide to our patients,” said Karen LaFond, Nurse Manager at South Shore Hospital and Co-President of the Massachusetts Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. “Wellframe’s mobile care delivery platform has helped us lower the barriers to participation in our cardiac rehab programs. This has enabled our staff to better serve patients who would otherwise not have been able to attend the programs as often in person because of conflicting obligations, such as work or family responsibilities. We see this type of technology as the future of long term care for people with heart disease.”

Following a cardiac event that led to surgery in order to implant stents, Dr. Michael Thomas, DDS was referred to the South Shore Cardiac Rehab program, where he joined the Wellframe pilot clinical trail. “My goal going into the program was to learn what I was able to do and what limitations I might have. They went over eating habits and working with a heart condition, including what to do and what not to do,” Dr. Thomas said. “I found the Wellframe app really helpful. The app kept reminding me of what to do, got me in a routine and got me in the habit of taking my meds.”

The Wellframe Mobile Platform for Care Management and Patient Engagement enables healthcare professionals to reach and engage more patients in a more effective and efficient manner. “By better connecting patients and clinicians, we give clinicians unprecedented insight into what and how patients are doing day-to-day, and help patients feel cared for after they leave the hospital and between visits to the clinic,” said Jacob Sattelmair, CEO Wellframe. “Our aim is to use technology to amplify human care in ways that improve outcomes for patients and reduce costs for healthcare stakeholders bearing risk.”

“After I had my procedure, I followed all of the directions that they gave me at the clinic. I had no goal in mind except to get better- and they told me I would,” said Arthur O’Leary, a patient in the South Shore Cardiac Rehab program. “I had to change my diet to low fat and low salt, and regularly exercise. You have to be vigilant and diligent as far as your diet and exercise. Wellframe is a great reminder and helped me a lot. No question about it that those reminders pushed me. I enjoyed using it and found it easy to use.”

The company has also expanded its clinical program offerings into numerous other clinical conditions including CHF, COPD, hypertension, diabetes, mental illness and others. Wellframe’s mission is to enable clinicians to more effectively manage the moments between a patient’s direct interactions with the healthcare system in order to help patients feel better connected with their care team and to receive clinical support on a daily basis.

“Wellframe is all about connecting people – people wanting to give care and people needing care,” said Trishan Panch, MD, MPH, Wellframe Chief Medical Officer. “In clinical practice we have only been able to connect with people in person, which is not always convenient, or by phone, which is impersonal and often inefficient. The Wellframe platform brings the richness of an in-person clinical encounter right into patients’ pockets. Clinicians and patients develop closer, longer-lasting relationships, leading to significantly improved outcomes.”

For more information on Wellframe, please visit

About Wellframe

Wellframe is a Boston-based Health Technology company that combines mobile technology, artificial intelligence and human-centered process design to connect people and amplify care. Wellframe’s Harvard and MIT trained team is supported by investors and advisers who are successful leaders in enterprise health and tech. Wellframe has completed successful clinical trials with top-tier academic medical centers and is partnering with leading risk bearing entities.

For more information, visit

About South Shore Hospital

South Shore Hospital is a 378-bed, not-for-profit, tax-exempt, charitable provider of acute, emergency, outpatient, home health, and hospice care to the people of Southeastern Massachusetts. South Shore Hospital’s home care division includes South Shore Visiting Nurse Association, Hospice of the South Shore, and Home & Health Resources. The hospital’s 900-member medical staff represents all leading medical specialties. South Shore Hospital employs 3,800 people, supported by a team of 700 volunteers. South Shore Hospital is licensed to provide Level II Trauma care and Level III Maternal/Newborn care. South Shore Hospital has been ranked among the top three hospitals in Massachusetts, according to the 2012 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals report and named a Top Place to Work by The Boston Globe. Please call (781) 624-6673 or visit for a referral to a South Shore Hospital physician.


More Than Half of Illinois Students Are Not Prepared For College Summer Programs May Offer Help

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

Only 46% of high school students are prepared to face the rigorous demands of college, according to the Illinois State Board of Education. Summer enrichment programs are one way that parents are helping their teens prepare better, focusing on academics, social and communication skills.

SuperCamp, an academic, life and career skills camp, is holding programs at Loyola University Chicago this summer to help teens improve grades, confidence and motivation. “It’s about helping students discover that learning can be fun, which leads to intrinsic motivation,” says President Bobbi DePorter. “More students are applying to top colleges than ever before. They need to know how they learn best and gain powerful strategies that help them excel. ”

Even top-performing students may find themselves unprepared. Many students with academic talent coast through middle and high school, earning A’s with little to no effort, says DePorter. When they go to college and find work that challenges them, their work ethic and study habits often aren’t sufficient to succeed.

Researchers from the CRIS initiative argue that college readiness extends far beyond academic success. Determining success rates among students, they insist, requires new and different ways to measure college readiness that extend beyond test scores and grades. 40% of high school students are chronically disengaged from school, and confidence and motivation are often overlooked.

Craig McKenna, a SuperCamp graduate from Hinsdale, says that he left the program feeling better about his relationships and better about himself. “I met some incredible people who pushed me to a level I never thought existed in me,” he says. “If you want to learn how to succeed in life, this is the place to be.”

About SuperCamp

SuperCamp is the world’s leading academic and life skills summer camp. For more than 30 years, SuperCamp has helped students increase their grades, confidence and motivation. SuperCamp has made a difference in the lives of over 70,000 graduates worldwide, with 73% of students improving grades, 81% experiencing increased confidence and an average 100-point increase on SAT scores. Chicago sessions for middle and high schoolers run from July 14-20 and July 23-August 1.


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