Even though March 5th is Employee Appreciation Day, here at Raintree, we strive to always commemorate our amazing staff. That's why we wanted to give you a sneak peek into what makes us so special as well as introduce only some of our very own talented and passionate members of the Raintree family. How are you celebrating today? Let us know in the comments below and share on social media using #RTfamily!
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Werking Medical Billing aka WMB, is a medical billing service provider that offers quality, cost efficient billing services to physical therapists, pain management specialists as well as hospital and internal medicine providers. Located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, WMB’s talented and experienced team work intentionally to deliver solutions that optimize revenue results, support EHR demands and streamline credentialing processes.
As you may know from part 1 of our #NEDA series, this week has been dedicated to increasing National Eating Disorders Awareness. While we have already discussed its history and purpose, today we want to dive deeper into the affects eating disorders have not only on the body but also on the mind.
Eating disorders have been a prevalent problem in America for decades. In fact, about 20 million women and 10 million men experience eating disorders at some point in their lifetime. That is why so many organizations across the country come together to improve education and increase advocacy for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. With eating disorders categorized as a behavioral and mental illness, it is important, now more than ever, to discuss the significance of total body wellness. Although people may not initially be perceived as someone who suffers from an eating disorder, a person's health should not always be determined from how they look but in most cases how they feel both physically and mentally. Keep reading to learn more about #NEDA awareness!
While February is most commonly associated with Valentine's Day, for over 50 years it has also been recognized as the official American Heart Month in which advocacy efforts are made nationwide to bring awareness to cardiovascular health. That is why, today we are discussing the importance of observing American Heart Month as well as providing some helpful resources for everyone to read and share!