We’re very excited to launch our webinars through TalkPoint, whose on-demand technology allows us to make this information more accessible to our C3 clients.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
In celebration of today’s 10th anniversary of National Wear Red Day, TalkPoint, the industry leader in global communications technology, specializing in browser-based audio and video webcasting, announced its partnership with Central Care Center (C3), a WellDyne company providing clients with integrated health improvement programs that fit their unique needs, culture and behaviors, for a series of interactive, educational health webinars, including the latest program, “What You Can Do About High Blood Pressure.”
The webinar series, provided by C3’s Care Engagement Program, is conveniently available on-demand for C3 client populations through TalkPoint’s webcasting technology. Dr. Kris Calderon, director of Central Care Center, delivers vital information that participants need to know about their health condition. The sessions allow attendees to assess their health knowledge via interactive polling questions and download health promotion tools to achieve their wellness goals.
“We’re very excited to launch our webinars through TalkPoint, whose on-demand technology allows us to make this information more accessible to our C3 clients,” said Dr. Calderon, director of Central Care Center.
The first webinar, “What You Can Do About High Blood Pressure,” is divided into three, 15-minute segments that can be viewed on a desktop or mobile device.
- Part I: Blood Pressure Basics, Diet & Physical Activity
- Part II: Substance Use, Stress and Blood Pressure
- Part III: Your Action Plan for Blood Pressure Improvement
View the on-demand webinar here: https://event.webcasts.com/viewer/event.jsp?ei=1009718
”Central Care Center and WellDyne are excited about partnering with TalkPoint to provide unique, interactive, educational outlets for C3 client participants to learn about health condition management,” said Dr. Calderon, Director of Central Care Center. “This webcasting technology allows the participant to take action in changing needed health behaviors to improve their well-being.”
“TalkPoint is pleased to help advance the efforts of Central Care Center’s health behavior improvement programs by providing the webcasting technology for this series,” said Nick Balletta, CEO of TalkPoint. “We’re looking forward to a continued partnership with C3 that offers participants an interactive tool to foster a healthy lifestyle.”
TalkPoint is the industry leader in global communications technology, specializing in browser-based audio and video webcasting. Since 1998, TalkPoint's easy-to-use, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud platform has facilitated more than 20,000 live webcasting events per year for the top Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies. From investor relations and corporate communications to product launches and continuing education, TalkPoint offers scalable and flexible technology to meet today's business communication needs. For more information, visit http://www.talkpoint.com.
About Central Care Center (C3)
Central Care Center (C3), a WellDyne company, provides clients with integrated health improvement programs that fit their unique needs, culture and behaviors. By targeting these aspects of an organization, C3 can provide member education to effect positive health behavior changes that impact their overall health and quality of life as well as organizational savings outcomes.
WellDyne is an industry-leading provider of health and wellness solutions tailored specifically for today’s health care providers, business leaders, organizations, pharmacies, and health-conscious consumers. Our product and service offerings provide innovative solutions for any aspect of your health management needs. With the knowledge, innovation and technology to ensure continual positive change within the market, WellDyne is transforming the health care paradigm, implementing new approaches, delivering better results, lowering costs and ensuring members live healthier lives.