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A.D.A.M.'s Continuing Education Webinar "Intro to the Cardiovascular System"

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SBPT 2014 workshop video on YouTube. View A.D.A.M.'s "Bleeding Edge No More! Anatomy of a Mobile Module" workshop presented with Allergan at #SPBT2014

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Four Ways Technology is Changing Employee Benefits

Technological advances are changing workplaces in a variety of ways — including in the way employers provide benefits and educate their employees about the options available to them. Employers increasingly are harnessing the power of technology to make the process of employee benefits education and delivery more efficient and effective. Technology also has empowered employees to take charge of many of their own benefits decisions. This white paper will examine four significant ways technology is changing employee benefits for the U.S. workforce.
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