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UPDATED: Meet our peer recovery coaches

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on September 17, 2020

This is an updated version of a blog post we made last year introducing our peer recovery coaches. Given how COVID-19 is keeping people inside and away from their normal support networks, it's important to make sure that your patients in need of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment or support know all of their options. Our peer recovery coaches can meet with them through AllWays on Teams or by phone. Learn more below.

A peer recovery coach is a guide and a support for someone who is interested in recovery. Evidence shows that people working with a peer recovery coach are less likely to relapse and more likely to feel good about their recovery process.

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Topics: Care management, Wellness, COVID-19, Benefits

New guidelines for 2020 flu vaccines

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on September 15, 2020

This year, some of your patients may consider staying home and skipping their influenza vaccination. But it’s more important than ever to make sure your patients are getting their flu shots. Here’s why.

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Topics: Wellness, COVID-19

5 health industry podcasts to tune into today

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on September 10, 2020

More than 155 million people listen to podcasts each week — including hundreds of free health-related podcasts. With so many to choose from, which ones should you be listening to? Here are five podcasts that are worth your time. 

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Topics: Wellness

National Immunization Awareness Month: Help your patients get vaccinated

Posted by Lisa Scarfo, M.D. on August 20, 2020

Medical Director Lisa Scarfo, MD discusses the importance of routine medical services that have been deferred due to the pandemic. One of these medical services is immunizations, which have decreased significantly since the pandemic began.

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Topics: Wellness

Quarantine fatigue and how to combat it

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on July 23, 2020

After months of quarantine and social restrictions, you and your patients may be feeling irritable, tense, lonely, or experiencing other physical or emotional changes. If so, you may have developed “quarantine fatigue” like many others across the country.

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Topics: Wellness, COVID-19