Share our Story
Learn about our Company
ABOUT 3BL Media, LLC
3BL Media provides a cloud-based, multi-channel news and content distribution platform for innovative companies.
Journalists, investors, customers and other stakeholders now have more choices than ever as to where and how they get their news and information. From email to news terminals to social media platforms and web portals, many options are available. And different people respond differently to various message formats: blogs vs. press releases vs. videos vs. articles.
3BL Media clients know that distributing multiple message formats, through multiple channels, produces results.
The Distribution Revolution(tm) means that organizations can distribute their press releases, blogs, videos and other media assets through social media, new media and traditional media channels, creating the greatest opportunity for the target audience to encounter and interact with your content.
CIGNA Offers Workshops for American Heart Month; New Study Finds Immigrants Fill Healthcare Worker Shortage - Health Minute for February 20, 2013
CIGNA’s Health Disparities Advisory Council is participating in the One Heart, One Life high blood pressure campaign as part of American Heart Month. The Council’s 11 client organizations, with diverse employee populations located throughout the southeastern U.S., will be offered a health promotion toolkit to raise awareness of the serious health implications of high blood pressure. One-third of all Americans are estimated to have hypertension, with more than half not having it under control. Certain populations have a serious health disparity: 40 percent of all African Americans have high blood pressure.
A new study by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research finds that immigrants are filling a healthcare worker shortage. As of 2010, the most recent year for available data, there were 3.4 million U.S. direct care workers, including personal care attendants, nursing assistants, and other similar positions. By 2018, that number is expected to increase to 4.3 million, driven by growing numbers of at-home workers and personal care workers. The report finds that immigrants make up 28 percent of all in-home healthcare workers, and that more than 20 percent of all immigrants employed in direct care are undocumented.
For more information on these and other stories, go to 3blmedia.com