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New Data on the Global Wellness, Spa and Wellness Tourism Industries Will Be Released at 2014 GSWS2014.07.16. // Weight Loss

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

The Global Spa & Wellness Summit announced today that its centerpiece research initiative to be released at the 2014 conference (being held Sept. 10-12 in Marrakesh, Morocco) would be fresh data on three critical, global industry sectors: the wider wellness industry, the spa industry and the wellness tourism market. Undertaken with long-time research partner SRI International, the new “Global Spa and Wellness Economy” report will include new data on:

    Global and regional spa revenues and locations, total spa industry employment and economic impact, benchmarking of key spa industry “clusters” (whether spa-related hospitality or beauty segments) – along with first-ever research on new sub-segments like the global hot springs market.

    The wider, global wellness industry and the individual market clusters that comprise it, including fitness/mind-body, nutrition/weight loss, complementary/alternative medicine, corporate wellness and beauty/anti-aging, etc.

    The global and regional wellness tourism markets (revenues, trips, etc.)

The GSWS also announced that the “big numbers” on these global wellness markets will now be updated every year. And for 2014, eleven industry sponsors have stepped forward to underwrite this much-needed research: Spafinder Wellness, Inc., Delos LLC, Massage Envy, MINDBODY, NATURA BISSÉ, Biologique Recherche, Bon Vital’, ESPA, Jhana, Noel Asmar and WTS International.

“So many private and public industry stakeholders have told me how invaluable the GSWS-SRI data on the spa, wellness and wellness tourism markets has been in shaping their development strategies and in raising their profile with both investors and consumers. And now they will be getting the crucial data they need annually,” said Susie Ellis, Chairman and CEO of the GSWS. “Research is the most altruistic of our sponsorship categories. And the eleven industry thought-leaders that are underwriting this year’s report are helping the hundreds of thousands of spa and wellness businesses both learn and grow.”

Mia Kyricos, Chief Brand Officer at Spafinder Wellness, Inc., which led the research sponsorship at the Titanium level, noted, “The importance of good industry benchmarking data simply cannot be underestimated, and given the pace at which the spa and wellness industries evolve, fresh numbers and analyses are always needed. We’re constantly seeking the best sources of global data for our business – and the thousands of businesses we support in the marketplace – and we simply wouldn’t have it without the work of the GSWS.”

Take the Survey: SRI International is currently conducting a global survey to support this research. If you’re a spa business, consultant, product company, association, educational organization or media company, please help the industry by taking their short survey here.

(All takers will be emailed the final report and be entered to win complimentary registration to this year’s GSWS in Marrakech.)

About the Industry Research Sponsors:


Spafinder Wellness, Inc.: Spafinder Wellness 365™ is the world’s largest spa/wellness media, marketing and gifting company, connecting millions seeking a healthier, happier lifestyle with wellness providers around the globe. The company also offers businesses unique incentive programs to encourage workplace wellness.


Delos LLC: The pioneer of Wellness Real Estate™, which incorporates amenities that help sustain the environment and enhance residents’ wellbeing. In 2012 Delos introduced the WELL Building Standard™ with U.S. President Clinton, the world’s first building standard focused exclusively on enhancing people’s health through the built environment.

Massage Envy: Nearly a decade ago Massage Envy launched to create a new category in the wellness industry with its affordable massage and spa services. In 2009 the company opened its first Massage Envy Spa, and today the brand has over 950 locations in the U.S., and 1.4 million members.

MINDBODY: A leader in software development, and the fastest growing SaaS provider, for the health and wellness industry, MINDBODY is used by over 500,000 practitioners at over 35,000 locations in 100 countries. The company offers web, mobile, corporate wellness and consumer booking solutions.

NATURA BISSÉ: Since 1979 NATURA BISSÉ has been a global leader in developing innovative, exclusive facial and body cosmetics and skincare treatments, with formulations allowing the maximum concentration of efficient ingredients and new textures.


Biologique Recherche: Founded in Paris in the 1970s by renowned French biochemist, Yvan Allouche, Biologique Recherche’s efficient clinical line of 90 facial products, 30 body products and 10 hair products – known for their pure, concentrated, raw ingredients – are used by skin care professionals and celebrities in over 52 countries.

Bon Vital’: Founded in 1988 by chemist Guenter Heidenberger, Bon Vital’ provides leading, organic products for the spa and massage therapy professions. Part of the Performance Health family, the company’s wellness brands (like Biofreeze®, TheraBand™, Thera°Pearl®, Cramer® and Bon Vital’®) are sold into U.S. clinical markets and leading national retailers in over sixty countries.

ESPA: Recognized as global leaders in spa, ESPA combines the design and management of prestigious spas across five continents with the creation of pioneering, natural products rich in heritage, texture and aroma – that are tested every day by professional therapists in 55 countries.

Jhana: An organization devoted to the practices of energy healing, mindfulness, meditation and yoga under the guidance of spiritual teacher and Prajnic healer, Felix Lopez, Jhana offers individuals private and group sessions, retreats and workshops; satsangs; and meditations at their Eagle, Colorado center – and around the world. They also conduct mind/body training for yoga, spa and wellness professionals.

Noel Asmar: The Noel Asmar Group includes brand divisions for innovative spa & resort uniforms, equestrian and lifestyle collections, and pedicure bowls & accessories. Voted best spa uniform provider in North America for six consecutive years, their stylish collections for spa/resort, medical/dental, hotel and fitness are intuitively “made for the way you move.”

WTS International: The world’s leading consulting and management firm for spas, fitness and leisure facilities worldwide, for over 40 years WTS has developed effective spa concepts, branding and design, and daily facility management for hotels and resorts, residential developments, private clubs and real estate developments.

To register for the 2014 GSWS, or to learn more about sponsoring, visit:

About the Summit: The Global Spa & Wellness Summit (GSWS) is an international organization representing senior executives and leaders from over 40 countries, joined by a common interest in driving economic development and understanding of the spa and wellness industries. Delegates from diverse sectors, including hospitality, tourism, health and wellness, beauty, finance, medical, real estate, manufacturing and technology, attend the organization’s annual Summit, which is held in a different host country each year. After just seven years, the GSWS is now considered the leading global research and educational resource for the $ 1.9 trillion spa and wellness industry.

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Sequim, WA General Dentist, Dr. Nathan Gelder, Welcomes Silverdale Residents Looking for Laser Gum Disease Treatment2014.07.16. // Weight Loss

Silverdale, WA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

Dr. Nathan Gelder now accepts patients from Silverdale, WA and can help them prevent bone loss with use of the LANAP® protocol. The LANAP® protocol is a gum disease treatment alternative that eradicates periodontal infection and fosters bone regeneration. Dr. Gelder is part of an elite group of dental professionals in the country who have completed the training necessary for laser gum surgery certification.

The advanced laser technology used in the LANAP® protocol allows Dr. Gelder to remove patients’ periodontal disease without cutting or suturing the gums. Because the laser stimulates the jawbone, LANAP can prevent bone loss and oftentimes save a patient’s natural teeth. Dr. Gelder and other industry professionals hope that by providing a minimally invasive gum disease treatment alternative like LANAP, more patients will seek care before the lack of bone support causes tooth loss.

The effects of bone loss and missing teeth from periodontal disease can significantly impact an individual’s overall quality of life. In addition to the aesthetic consequences, missing teeth can detrimentally affect nutritional health as well as speech. Tooth loss often impedes mastication, restricting a person’s diet and triggering a variety of health issues such as weight loss, rheumatism, indigestion, and constipation. Missing teeth resulting from bone loss can also influence speech. Several letter sounds require tongue-to-teeth contact; consequently, many people develop a lisp due to missing teeth.

Due to the laser’s unique ability to stimulate the jawbone and prevent bone loss, laser gum surgery can help prevent these health complications as well as many others, such as misalignment and facial deformities. Patient who want to learn more about laser gum surgery near Silverdale, WA should call (360) 639-4477, or visit Dr. Gelder’s website at

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ACO Coalition Web Session: Despite Need, Challenges Confront Value-Based Healthcare2014.07.16. // Weight Loss

PLAINSBORO, N.J. (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

Converting to a healthcare system that rewards value will be challenging and require strong leadership, according to those who addressed the ACO and Emerging Healthcare Delivery Coalition during a recent Web-based meeting.

The Affordable Care Act created accountable care organizations, or ACOs, which seek the so-called “triple aim” of improved health for populations, better patient experiences, and lower cost of care. The ACO Coalition, organized by The American Journal of Managed Care, now includes 70 stakeholders from across the healthcare spectrum: payers, providers, accountable care organizations, integrated delivery networks, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and specialty and retail pharmacy representatives. Coalition members are engaged in transitioning from a fee-for-service reimbursement model to one that rewards value.

ACO Coalition presenters said making this transition may be difficult because a key stakeholder group, the employer, may not be ready to embrace the value-based model. Presenter Leonard Fromer, MD, executive medical director, Group Practice Forum, and assistant clinical professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles, shared results from a two-year effort with the National Business Group on Health. Dr. Fromer’s research group engaged human resources executives from 10 large self-insured employers on accountable care issues. All were intrigued by the concepts of value-based care, but at the end of the project only one approached its third-party administrator about a reimbursement model that rewarded providers based on value.

“Real change is very painful,” Dr. Fromer said. “There are derailers and obstacles and challenges everywhere you look.”

Despite the awareness that the fee-for-service model rewards volume instead of value, he said, when value-based care is implemented, “we bang head-on into the reasons why we have this chicken-and-egg conundrum for a lot of providers,” he said. Right now, providers are investing a lot of money into systems to provide value-based care, such as electronic health records, and many have not yet seen “the tipping point” at which those investments are paying for themselves.

In response to a question, Dr. Fromer said it’s critical that employers harness their power to change the status quo. In his discussions with the large employers, many did not recognize that as self-insured entities, they had the power to force change if they chose to use it. Providers, Dr. Fromer said, have to carry the value message to employers. “That is what has worked the most,” he said.

ACO Coalition Co-Chair Anthony Slonim, MD, CEO of Renown Health, agreed that no single actor in the healthcare system would bring change. “Changing a belief system is a real tricky task. We need leadership at all levels.”

Even ACOs that are performing well in healthcare delivery can still fall short on shared savings, as Summit Medical Group learned. Kimberley Kauffman, vice president for Value-Based Care, outlined how the ACO uses a series of tools to track high-risk patients after discharge from the hospital to avoid readmissions, which is one of the criteria Medicare now tracks closely.

Using a metric that Summit calls “LACED,” for length of stay, acuity, comorbidity, history of ER use, and drugs prescribed, the ACO particularly targets patients on multiple medications or blood thinners and ensures follow-up within two business days of discharge to schedule visits with a primary care physician a week to two weeks after leaving the hospital.

Summit has made use of disease registries to closely track high-risk patients with congestive heart failure or chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. Care navigators cull lists first, then hand off patients who need to be checked to care coordinators, who get a list of 10 patients and have two weeks to check on them. This sentence is confusing, maybe: Care navigators cull lists first, then provide care coordinators with a list of 10 patients who need to checked. Follow-ups for these patients are then completed within two weeks. Summit has also had success in lowering glycated hemoglobin (A1C) rates for its highest-risk diabetes patients, and produced a total weight loss of 167 pounds among a group of 17 patients in a healthy lifestyles initiative.

A “scorecard” used to evaluate individual practices was popular among the Web session participants, and Kauffman said it is well-received among the ACO practice groups, too.

Presenter Brian Powers, MA, of Harvard Medical School, discussed a paper he recently co-authored for The American Journal of Accountable Care, which reviewed recent studies on new ways by which patients should select a specialist. Conventional methods, such as asking friends or a primary care physician, may fail to address five key criteria that help patients determine if the physician’s values and practice methods align with their own.

Powers said those criteria are: communication and decision-making, therapeutic approach, social and cultural awareness, cost and value, and practice environment.

Dr. Slonim asked if the ACO model limits the patient’s ability to choose a physician who aligns with his or her values and practice preferences. Powers said that while narrow networks could present some challenges, the focus of ACOs on “linking patients to physicians” could make the model better than it might appear in value alignment.

The next Web-based session of the ACO Coalition will be August 18, 2014, and the next live meeting will be October 16-17, 2014, in Miami, Florida.

About the Coalition

As ACOs and other emerging delivery and payment models evolve and move away from traditional fee-for-service system models toward cost-effective and value-based care, the need to understand how these models will evolve is critical to building long-term strategic solutions. The mission of the Coalition is to bring together a diverse group of key stakeholders, including ACO providers and leaders, payers, IDNs, specialty pharmacy, and pharmaceutical manufacturers to work collaboratively to build value and improve the quality and overall outcomes of patient care. Coalition members share ideas and best practices through live meetings, Web-based interactive sessions and conference calls. Distinguishing features are the Coalition’s access to leading experts and its small workshops that allow creative problem-solving. To learn more, click here.


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Security Device for Bicycles Invented by InventHelp2014.07.16. // Weight Loss

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

With the popularity of biking for both fitness and environmental reasons on the rise, the incidence of bicycle theft is greater than ever before. Because of the creativity of an inventor from Hull, Mass., there is now an improved security device for bicycles.

He developed REMORA to eliminate the need for a cyclist to carry a separate security device while riding. Furthermore, it provides a more stylish option than conventional bicycle security devices. Besides heightening security by protecting against bicycle theft, it also is designed for convenience, ease of installation and use. Another advantage is that it reduces weight and increases balance for greater control of the vehicle. Moreover, it eliminates the inconvenience, lost time and expense resulting from the loss or theft of a bicycle. In addition, it is designed for durability and years of maintenance-free use.

The inventor’s personal experience inspired the idea. “When I was biking,” he said, “I was dissatisfied with conventional security devices that were inconvenient to use and weighed too much.”

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