November 26, 1999
16 New Worksites Customers Including Motorola, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard,
Lennox, NSC, TRW, Level 3 Communications, and Kelly Air Force Base
Motorola selected HealthCalc 2000 for 9 worksites with fitness centers
across the nation. MemberTrack and FitCalc were installed along
with the Import Utility allowing Motorola to electronically input
employee data from a Human Resource database.
A second General Motors site was added with MemberTrack and FitCalc.
Both GM sites are managed by Harris HealthTrends. Hewlett-Packard
in Nampa, ID selected HealthCalc 2000 for its fitness center member
management needs. HP is managed by Johnson & Johnson Health Care
Systems. Lennox is managed by Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas and
installed the complete integrated system of health and fitness assessment
and management software.
NSC installed MemberTrack as the sixth worksite installation for
Bay Sport managed clients. Level 3 Communications of Bromfield,
CO is the first worksite installation for Mountain West, and TRW
has installed MemberTrack and FitCalc in their Cleveland, OH operations.
TRW represents the 12th installation for worksites managed by Health
Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX has installed the RiskCalc
health risk assessment module of HealthCalc 2000 for their health
promotion initiatives. They have incorporated the scannable questionnaires
that interface with an NCS optical scanner to electronically input
Since June of 1996, InnovaTech has served more than 166 worksite
installations, accounting for over 80% of market share for integrated
health and fitness systems to employers during that period.
Six New Hospital
Sites Select HealthCalc 2000
The Wellness Center at Cape Coral, East Alabama Medical Center and
McLeod Health & Fitness Center, all managed by TBG
Development, have installed the assessment modules, FitCalc,
RiskCalc and HeartCalc. Providence Hospital (Seattle, WA), St. Joseph's
Medical Center in (Tawas City, MI), and St. Joseph's Hospital (Stockton,
CA) have installed RiskCalc and FitCalc.
Michael Dehn Invited
to Author Article on Health Promotion Software Systems for the American
Journal of Health Promotion
InnovaTech Software President, Michael Dehn, was asked to write
the lead article for a first quarter 2000 newsletter, The Art of
Health Promotion, for the American Journal of Health Promotion,
edited by Larry Chapman. The article will address the benefits and
applications of information systems for professionals operating
worksite health promotion programs, clinically-based health promotion
and commercial facilities.
John Ellis Author's Feature Article on Internet and Software Applications
for the Health and Fitness Professional in Fitness Management Magazine.
John Ellis, Principal in InnovaTech's strategic partner, E2 Consulting,
has written a feature article in this month's publication (focusing
on Computer and Technology) of Fitness Management Magazine
For further information
on this or other InnovaTech Software products, please contact Michael
Dehn at 800-275-8636.