Formal Friday: Nashville Sounds Baseball Game
S0me of our Nashville team got together on a warm summer night to watch America’s greatest pastime. The Nashville Sounds, minor league baseball team, knocked it out of the park for the Net Health fans.
CNBC: Reiterating that you should consider a career at Net Health
Durham (NC), Nashville, and Pittsburgh were ranked as the top three cities to accommodate millennials aged 25-35, according to a recent CNBC article. What’s the link to us? Net Health works in each of these cities. Why are these places so great? (Don’t take our word for it, let the research speak for itself.) According to the article, […]
Over the Edge, Pittsburgh – 2017
Our Clubhouse’s annual Over-The-Edge challenge, a fundraiser event dedicated to providing support to families affected by cancer, took place this past week. Net Health raised money to have two Net Health All-stars, Brian Shivler and William Scheer, rappel down the 26th story Oliver Building in Downtown Pittsburgh. The two nominated not only showed tremendous courage […]
Physical Therapy: A Safe Alternative to Opioids for Pain Management
Net Health proudly supports the APTA Move Forward campaign to encourage patients to choose Physical Therapy over opioids for the management and treatment of pain. We spoke with Physical Therapist Pat Sheehy, MS, PT from Optimal Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in Cranberry, PA about how hands-on pain management supports a healthier population. “I do believe […]
Summer CONNECT was a Touchdown
From across the United States, all of our Net Health family made it into the City of Steel for Net Health’s annual Summer CONNECT. We kicked-off the event on Wednesday night with vendors, cocktails, and our very own in-house DJs. The following day our all-company conference took place in the Heinz Field Hynudai Club where […]
Relay for Life
Folks from the Altoona office came together to help raise money for cancer research through Relay for Life, the signature community-based fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. It was an amazing opportunity to bring together Net Healthers outside of work for the purpose of making a positive impact.
Formal Fridays – Office Mini Golf
Formal Friday in Brentwood and Pittsburgh were tee-riffic! Teams worked together building golf holes that tested their colleagues and families putt-putt skills. Pittsburgh’s office was encouraged to dress in country-club garb for their golf outing while Brentwood decided on a luau theme.
Penguins vs. Predators: Stanley Cup Playoffs
The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Nashville Predators compete head-to-head in the Stanley Cup playoffs. After an amazing season the Predators make it to their first big dance, while the Penguins return for the second year in a row. The series has already brought out serious fandom in both the Nashville and Pittsburgh office, and team […]
Outstanding CEO Award – Pittsburgh Business Times
Pittsburgh Business Times announced Net Health’s very own, Anthony Sanzo, as a recipient of their 2017 Outstanding CEO Award. The award is entrusted to CEO’s and executives who go above-and-beyond for their companies and communities. The Awards Dinner held place at the Westin hotel — it was a celebratory affair!
Net Health’s Wellness Launch took off like a rocket! The event included demos and tastings that showcased how different diets, exercise routines, and stress-management choices can positively benefit personal health and wellness. By mingling with the different wellness vendors employees gained both wellness education and raffle tickets to enter in for various prize drawings.
SAWC – Iron Chef Competition
Coinciding with this years Symposium on Advanced Wound Care in San Diego, Net Health hosted its 1st official “Iron Chef Challenge”. At the San Diego Wine & Culinary Center, our representatives formed teams alongside clients to compete in a dessert masterpiece challenge. There isn’t many things better than bonding with beloved clients over delicious culinary […]
Fox Chapel Hackathon
Net Health was proud to be a sponsor at the Fox Chapel Area High School Hackathon. Hackathon was an event where students interested in computer programming gathered to both learn and apply skills in computer programming and robotics to a concept of their choice. Representatives from Eaton, Google, Carnegie Mellon University, .itech, and University of […]
AOTA Client Conference – Philadelphia
The American Occupational Therapy Association held their Client Conference and Centennial Celebration of OT in Philadelphia. The opening speech, delivered by Al Roker, was a moving message about the huge impact occupational therapy had on his son’s life. It was a great opportunity to catch up with OT family and give updates on AgilityOM™.
Pi Day – 3.14
April 14th signifies one of most iconic and least recognized holidays — 3/14 is Pi Day. Luckily, our folks in Brentwood don’t let good things go unnoticed. Breaking out calculators and working through complex circular algebra is appealing to some, but delicious pie was a much safer bet for the general audience.
Net Health awarded a spot on Becker’s Healthcare “150 Top Places to Work”
Net Health is honored to receive placement on Becker’s 2017 list of “150 Top Places to Work”. Patrick Colletti, President & COO, stated, “When we at Net Health reflect on the love and attention that healthcare professionals provide, it inspires us.” Net Health puts an emphasis on making our work environment a place of engagement. We believe that personal and […]
Sky’s the limit for Net Health clients
We honestly took clients to new heights at the recent ReDoc client event in San Antonio, TX. During APTA’s CSM our group stepped out 750-feet in the air to connect at Bar 601 atop The Tower of Americas. The scenic outlook was a perfect setting to debut ReDoc® powered by xfit™, our cloud-based version of ReDoc. (Get it?) […]
In the Winter, we CONNECT.
Q: What do you mean by CONNECT? A: Live full-day events at three of our national office locations designed to engage staff with each other, our executives, company happenings, and the cities where we work. Each was unique, but common threads weave it all into One Net Health. We loved the interesting venues, hilarious interactive […]
Pittsburgh’s Got Talent
December’s Formal Friday event was the occasion for our third annual Pittsburgh office Open Mic night. These crooners and duos performed holiday cover songs that were perfectly in tune with the crowd’s mood that night in the cozy cellar of the Pittsburgh Winery.
Warm Feelings, even in December.
In December, each office plans a community give-back that’s meaningful to them. Net Healthers have adopted families, organized coat/warm gear collections, led toy drives, and donated mounds to food banks. Our Pittsburgh office is collecting presents for eight families served by Primary Care Health Services, Inc, an organization that provides healthcare to medically underserved people, […]
Because everyone likes to eat…
It’s become tradition that Thanksgiving is a time we choose to give back to the cities that Net Health calls home. Each year, we proudly support Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee (Brentwood, TN), the Altoona Food Bank (Altoona, PA), and Light of Life Ministries (Pittsburgh, PA) with monetary donations. Watch a short video message from […]
Pass the turkey, please!
While catering is great, we love the office potluck tradition. What better time of year for staffers to whip up some signature goods? Our offices each gathered for Thanksgiving lunches to enjoy the season with food and laughter. Taking the time to celebrate and be thankful was rejuevenating. Hope you enjoy the same. Happy Thanksgiving!
Net Health Brentwood wins Halloween
The Brentwood (Nashville area) office swept Halloween this year. Between a firece costume contest, office decor competition, and a spooky-themed bake-off, there was a surprise waiting around every corner. Eliza Doolittle (of “My Fair Lady” fame) was the well deserved costume winner. Oh, and this boney little mascot made the rounds.
Today, we got our hands dirty.
We’re fortunate to have a Wellness Specialist on our Net Health Life team and, this month, she tackled something big: stress relief. In the Pittsburgh office, the local Shadyside Nursery brought plants and supplies so we could build our own pint-sized terrariums. Turns out gardening is relaxing, even in miniature form!
Nine people wanted to rappel down a 21-story building, for real.
Pittsburgh’s Our Clubhouse “Over the Edge” event is a blast, if you like sliding down a 21-story building on a rope. Turns out, we do. After a mega-successful first showing in 2015 we’re doing it again. From nine volunteers, Christina Lamanna and Mel Eisele were crowned for top fundraising. Net Healthers raised over $3,000. Boom! Over […]
Wow, that’s a big group photo.
There’s one event where 99.9% of our team come together in the Pittsburgh homeland—the annual Summer CONNECT, and we [heart] it. Recently, 265 Net Healthers gathered for a purposefully non-traditional business day. The agenda? Ten staff speakers with Ted-style talks (NhED, anyone?), employee awards, in-house musicians, and inspiration from executive leadership.