The Fate and Fortune of the Health/Fitness Industry Part Three

This white paper is the final installment in our trilogy series that delved into what we believed were seven of the most powerful forces impacting our industry in 2015, but also positioned to influence its destiny for decades to come. This final installment explores the impact of globalization and technology on the future of the health and fitness facility industry. The health/fitness facility industry is an evolving entity, both domestically and internationally. While it is more of an accepted part of the American culture and lifestyle than it was 40 years ago or even a decade ago, the industry remains somewhat susceptible to the whims of evolving global demographics, trendy popular culture and macroeconomic conditions.

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Honor Health Network

Honor Health Network is not just a company. We are a living, interactive network of people who live and work within the communities we serve. Our team understands that our success as people and professionals is directly tied to the health and growth of the communities and people we serve. Our core belief is simple. A company is only as strong as its people. For us,’ people’ means our employees, our patients and their families. Our company can only be successful if our people are healthy, have the opportunity for long term success, and have a strong community behind them.

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Healthcare Provider Network Saves $5 Million and Acquires In-House Archiving Skills

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2022 Global Predictions Whitepaper

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Honor Health Network

Honor Health Network is not just a company. We are a living, interactive network of people who live and work within the communities we serve. Our team understands that our success as people and professionals is directly tied to the health and growth of the communities and people we serve. Our core belief is simple. A company is only as strong as its people. For us,’ people’ means our employees, our patients and their families. Our company can only be successful if our people are healthy, have the opportunity for long term success, and have a strong community behind them.

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