TupeloLife will be sponsoring of the Walking Challenge at Scientific Sessions 2017. The three-day challenge is an opportunity for participants to have fun and compete against fellow attendees to be on the top of the leaderboard.
The United States walks the least of any industrialized nation. The average Australian takes 9,695 steps per day, whereas, the average American just 5,117*. As a connected healthcare company, TupeloLife encourages an active lifestyle in and out of the office, healthcare clinic, or research institution. Be sure to stop by booth #1714 to learn more about TupeloLife and how their technologies can serve to support your organization.
Scientific Sessions is a gathering of healthcare leaders, researchers, and innovators hosted by the American Heart Association. Take place November 11-15 in Anaheim, California, the event will showcase the newest cutting-edge science and clinical practices and offer support to improve patient care and outcomes.
*Walking fact from: Vanderbilt, Tom. “The Crisis in American Walking: How We Got Off the Pedestrian Path.” Slate. April 10, 2012..Tags: American Heart Association, Scientific Sessions 2017, Walking Challenge App