ANDOVER, England, September 16, 2011 - Rather than book a GP appointment straight away, people are more likely to turn on their computer first according to the Simplyhealth report: Are we an instant health generation? In an age where technology has made access to health advice and information instant, people have far more choice than ever before and appear more willing to take responsibility for researching their issues independently.
ANDOVER, England, September 16, 2011 - According to Simplyhealth's latest research, 59% of people say they would consider paying to be seen privately if it meant they were diagnosed quicker.
ANDOVER, England, September 16, 2011 - More than half of the UK are concerned that they will need to wait longer to receive treatment compared to previous years, according to Simplyhealth's report: Are we an instant health generation? released today.
ANDOVER, England, June 6, 2011 - Latest research from Simplyhealth has found that three quarters of employers (76%) do not correlate employee health and wellbeing to productivity.
ANDOVER, England, June 6, 2011 - Nearly one in five UK employees feel their workplace has changed in the past year and their employer now cares less about their health and wellbeing, according to research by healthcare provider Simplyhealth.
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