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In this section you can find news releases, photos, publications and blog posts that relate to
Power Wellness and the centers we manage.

Member Engagement: Keeping the New Year’s Crowd

January 16, 2023

Membership retention is always top of mind for fitness facility owners. Additionally, utilization is directly correlated with retention. Acquisition cost is five times higher than retention cost[1]; meaning that it is in the best interest of your fitness facility’s ROI and the population health of the community to keep members coming back to the gym. […]

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Three Steps Towards Maximizing Center New Year’s Revenue

December 29, 2022

As 2022 comes to a close, Power Wellness is pleased to share three ideas for quickly generating revenue, to get 2023 off to a positive start: Raise Monthly Dues – Given the current inflationary environment, you might be concerned that a dues increase might increase member attrition. We’ve found this isn’t the case. Not only […]

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Marketing Medically Integrated Fitness to Physicians

December 15, 2022

Primary care providers are well aware of the challenges their patients living with chronic conditions face. They also know the positive impact exercise and diet can have, but often can do little more than advise change. Following up after rehabilitation is also a challenge, with many patients needing more direction after the clinical phase has […]

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Sports Performance Programming at Medically Integrated Fitness Centers: A Growth Opportunity

November 30, 2022

Many people think Sports Performance Programming is only for athletes. While some Sports Performance programming is sport-specific, the fact is, Sports Performance programming can be for anyone: the casual exerciser, special populations, retired athletes, and yes, for those currently participating in a high-school or college-level team or individual sport. Sports Performance – or as Blake […]

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Accountable Care Organizations and Medically Integrated Fitness: A Beneficial Partnership

November 22, 2022

In the U.S., rising healthcare costs have vexed payors, providers, and most important of all, patients. The Affordable Care Act of 2010 gave rise to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) in 2011. ACOs started as “groups of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers, who come together voluntarily to give coordinated, high-quality care to their Medicare […]

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