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The Scoop-Silent Generation Prescribers| No Shave November| Gamification for Health Insurance November 12, 2014

Filed under: Corporate — CMI/Compas @ 5:08 pm

Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer, Susan Dorfman has published a brief from the 2014 Media VitalsTM research focusing on the technology use of silent generation prescribers compared to their GEN X/Y counterparts. You can read the article here and learn more about Media VitalsTM by contacting your CMI/Compas representative or sales@cmicompas.com.

Thanks to a fellow Scoop reader for sharing this No Shave November site, encouraging us to save the money we’d usually spend on hair grooming to donate to cancer awareness education.

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Today’s Pebble report: The watch also has a pedometer built in, so you can get rid of the one you clip on your belt and look a little less geeky in the halls of the office.  While having a pedometer is convenient, the sensitivity could use some adjustments.  During the one night that I wore my watch throughout the night, I somehow accumulated a few dozen steps before I woke up.  Now, there is a small chance that I was sleepwalking and didn’t realize it, however, I’m thinking I probably moved my arm a few times and the watch thought I was actually walking.  Similarly, I usually rack up a few dozen steps (up to hundreds actually) on my 45-minute commute in the morning, most likely due to the bumpy ride through the well- maintained streets of NJ on the smooth tracks of NJ Transit.

– Amanda Kopec Preto, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Communications

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