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Monthly Archives: March 2011

News Item: Max-Wellness and Humana Health create geriatric concierge service

The Cleveland Plain Dealer covered the partnership between Max-Wellness and Humana Health, announced in March 2011. The health care and benefits provider and health/wellness retail chain are teaming up to launch a “geriatric care concierge service” to help older adults stay …

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News Item: Humana HomeCare Solutions Debuts at Max-Wellness

Max-Wellness announced a partnership with Humana in March 2011. The result of the partnership is Humana HomeCare Solutions, a first-of-its-kind, fully integrated care management “concierge” service available at Max-Wellness’ retail locations as well as online. For more details, read the …

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News Item: Max-Wellness and Humana partner on in-home healthcare service

In March 2011, Drug Store News recapped a series of initiatives announced by Max-Wellness. The measures, aimed at expanding the reach of the upstart health and wellness retailer, include: Humana Homecare Solutions, Mini-Max, Wellness-in-a-Box and a new e-commerce site at …

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News Item: Max-Wellness Moves Way Beyond Retail

MedCity News featured Max-Wellness in March 2011, explaining how the retail chain is expanding its brand by adding a home-care concierge service through a partnership with Humana, “mini-Max” stores in hospitals and rehab centers, an expanded website and additional retail …

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Column: Battle scars – What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger

This week, Dustin S. Klein pulls from his experience founding and failing at two business ventures, and begins his blog with the theory that entrepreneurs can’t succeed until they fail and learn from their mistakes. What doesn’t kill you makes …

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Column: Second thoughts can be a good thing

In his March 2011 column for Smart Business, Michael Feuer points out that second thoughts are necessary in business, but timing is everything. He encourages evaluation in “that time between an idea’s inception and the launch of implementation” to confirm …

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