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Interra Health and Healics Announce Merger
Interra Health and Healics Announce Merger Posted on March 20, 2017

We have exciting news to share! Interra Health and Healics are uniting under the Healics name into one exceptional company focused on employee preventive health and wellness, and employer health clinics. We’re combining our shared passions and talents to bring our clients more services and resources, including the very best HRA, coaching and workplace health programs in the industry.
 
“Our merger will significantly benefit Healics and Interra clients,” says Patti Plough, LPN, CWC, President and CEO of Operations for Healics. “We’re now able to offer more customization of health and wellness programs and employer clinics, a broader range of services, and a simplification of choices.”

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City, county, school employee health clinic to open Monday
City, county, school employee health clinic to open Monday Posted on February 02, 2015

After more than a year of planning, local public employees soon will have access to free medical care as part of an effort by local government to reduce healthcare costs.

The Three Waves Health Clinic and Wellness Center, a joint venture of the Oshkosh Area School District, Winnebago County and the city of Oshkosh, will open its doors Monday at 292 Ohio St. Officials say they hope the endeavor also will save employees money as they start focusing on preventing chronic conditions, such as Type II diabetes, hypertension and obesity. It will provide medical services and certain prescriptions at no cost to employees.

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New Dashboard Launch
New Dashboard Launch Posted on September 04, 2014

Interra Health® this week launched their newly updated participant dashboard at www.MyInterraHealth.com. This online portal is dedicated to providing participants – employees of Interra Health’s client companies – with access to their wellness program tools and resources. It also gives them secure 24/7 access to all of their biometric data and reports, as well as incentive tracking and appointment scheduling throughout their program year. 

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Plans for Oshkosh public employee health clinic progress
Plans for Oshkosh public employee health clinic progress Posted on August 25, 2014

Some public workers could have a new, easy-to-access medical provider, courtesy of their employers as soon as next year.

The Oshkosh Area School District, city of Oshkosh and Winnebago County are nearing completion of plans for a near-site employee health clinic. Leaders said the move is designed to save both employees and taxpayers money as they start focusing on preventing chronic conditions, such as Type II diabetes, hypertension and obesity.

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New office in Orlando, FL for our growing technology team Posted on February 12, 2014

Interra Health has opened an additional office in Orlando, FL.  Plans to establish this office were initiated by the growing need for advanced technological capabilities in the workplace wellness and onsite clinic industry. The new office will allow Interra Health to more quickly respond to client demands, with updates to their existing proprietary software, as well as additional mobile solutions.

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Clinic Grand Opening Wows Guests Posted on February 07, 2014

On Wednesday, January 29, the grand opening of the KUSD InHealth Clinic attracted curious crowds eager to learn more about the district’s new primary care facility. Over 150 people attended the event, including KUSD Superintendent Joe Mangi, KEA Executive Director Joe Kiriaki, and WEA Trust President & CEO Mark Moody.

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Interra Health Client Enjoys 0% Premium Increase
Interra Health Client Enjoys 0% Premium Increase Posted on May 02, 2011

The New Year began with a wince for many employers around the country as they saw their health insurance premium costs increase once again, some by double-digit percentages. The recession, medical cost inflation, and uncertainty over health care reform dealt a punishing blow to employer-sponsored health care programs, forcing the majority of organizations to pass some of the cost increases on to their employees. Still, despite the trying times, some employers were able to hold their rates steady.

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