older man and woman with nurse Developing trust enables individuals to be honest about their strengths and limitations to improve their health. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It should come as no surprise that health care has gone digital. Companies of all sizes are looking for health and wellness solutions that reach employees when and where they need them. In the wellness space, there are countless apps and resources providing employees with tools to increase their wellbeing – from tracking food and beverage consumption to guided meditation to on-demand exercise modules. Still, there are many aspects of health and wellness that benefit from human interaction through a health partner – an actual person who can listen, guide, and advise someone through their unique wellness journey.

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