How Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) Benefits Corporate Wellness

Nik Tehrani, PhD

DynoSense Academy, CA, USA

Corresponding author: Nik Tehrani, PhD. DynoSense University, Sunnyvale, CA, USA. E-mail:

Published: June 20, 2016.  DOI: 10.21103/Article6(2)_CC2


The typical worker spends about 47 hours a week commuting sitting in cars, trains, buses, or sitting at their desks. These statistics show that maintaining a healthy work and life balance has become progressively important.  Workplace wellness and health promotion are of central importance for any organization in today's world.  People are becoming highly conscious about their health and seek to ensure that they are provided with best medical services and facilities in case of any health issue. Organizations have switched to proactive strategies for the healthcare of their employees.  Billions of dollars are spent on the workforce only after illnesses or injuries have occurred. Over the past several decades, healthcare services have drastically changed, altering the manner in which healthcare was previously managed. Technological advancements in medical systems have revolutionized the healthcare industry, and digital health tracking has been quite successful in monitoring patients’ health.  Since patients are continuously monitored, no matter where they are, these systems can indicate patients’ adherence to medical protocols and act as a warning sign for such diseases as heart problems, Alzheimer’s disease, and many others.  Health Relationship Management Services (HRMS) is a new paradigm which defines comprehensive healthcare for an individual.  HRMS is a complete health ecosystem suitable for the workplace, which enables healthcare providers to collect personal health data from various sources, analyze it for positive outcomes, and take action to preserve an employee’s good health to reduce absenteeism or turnover.  HRMS can act as a preventative sentinel for corporate well-being as well.

corporate wellness; health relationship management services; patient health data; lifestyle.
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