Posted on Apr 18, 2019 5:30:22 PM by Tracey Moran
Health centers aim to contain healthcare costs and improve the continuum of care for more than 7,500 members and their families
Winooski, Vermont and Cleveland, Ohio, April 17, 2019 – Marathon Health, LLC, a provider of onsite health centers that enable employers and unions to optimize the health of their workforce and members, today announced the opening of two health and wellness centers under agreements with Cleveland-based IBEW Local 38 and Laborers Local 310. More than 7,500 members and their families are eligible to use primary and preventive care, physical therapy, and counseling services provided at the health centers in Beachwood and Brooklyn, Ohio.
Local 38 sponsors a Taft-Hartley benefit trust serving thousands of organized electrical workers and their families in northeast Ohio. Since its founding in 1895, the union has led the nation in negotiations for fair work hours, wages, benefits, and safe working conditions. In addition, they helped put an end to child labor in the United States and are committed to ensuring fair treatment of injured and retired workers. Local 38 has helped ignite Greater Cleveland’s expansion. Local 38 members have contributed to successful new construction and to major renovations, including the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center, the Great Lakes Science Center, and the Rocket Fieldhouse/Quicken Loans Arena.
Posted on Aug 29, 2018 9:10:06 AM by Tracey Moran
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Posted on Jun 25, 2018 11:46:48 AM by Mary Meyer, RN and Health Coach at Marathon Health
In today’s fast-paced, on-demand culture – convenience has become key to just about everything. However, the time saved through resources like ride-sharing apps and meal delivery services often causes consumers to overlook the quality of the product they are receiving. Sure, you were able to forego a trip to the grocery store after work by ordering takeout, but tomorrow, the refrigerator will still be empty, and you’ll be back to square one.
Posted on May 7, 2018 12:07:51 PM by Helen Durkin
The cost of health care is crushing. It doesn’t matter if you’re a large corporation, a small business, an employee or self-employed. Nobody is winning. Premiums are up. Out-of-pocket costs are high. And coverage is anything but satisfactory for too many.
Posted on Feb 6, 2018 3:42:40 PM by Tracey Moran