March 16, 2021

Three things women should know about their heart health

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women worldwide and a leading cause of illness and death. Each year it affects more than half a […]
January 27, 2021

Issue #8 (Spring 2021)

Issue #8 Spring 2021 • 2 minute read Welcome to VITALITY. You’re receiving this newsletter because you’re a customer, partner, or you’ve otherwise subscribed or […]
December 19, 2020

Issue #7 (Dec. 2020)

The start of vaccinations against COVID-19 have begun around the world bringing hope for an end to the pandemic in 2021. With remote care and telemedicine emerging as highly effective during the pandemic, the future will certainly continue to rely on home health...
November 20, 2020

Issue #6 (Nov. 2020)

As we look back at the past year, it may be hard to see a silver lining in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, its economic challenges and the divisive political environment. But if nothing else, these forces highlight that what sustains us is universal...
October 25, 2020

Issue #5 (Oct. 2020)

COVID-19 forced us to transform how we engage with our friends, extended families, and customers. Like broader shifts such as working from home, telemedicine and remote monitoring happening around the world, we are reimagining how we can support our customers...
September 30, 2020

Issue #4 (Sept. 2020)

The cardiovascular consequence of COVID-19 remain front and center in the media. In this issue, we look more closely on COVID-19’s impact on the heart...
July 13, 2020

Issue #3 (July 2020)

There is still so much we that we don’t know about COVID-19.
Some of the biggest unknowns involve relaxation of the great lockdown.
May 7, 2020

Issue #2 (May 2020)

As we all continue to manage through the current situation, I remain cautiously optimistic about the near future and downright bullish about our long-term prospects.
April 16, 2020

Issue #1 (April 2020)

Welcome to VITALITY. It’s an important part of our mission—to promote better health through personalized and more precise vital signs monitoring.