In the News 22018-12-03T20:45:01+00:00

May 14, 2018 / Shape

“It is not as easy as saying that tall is always better than short when it comes to weight loss,” says Rachel Daniels, a registered dietitian and senior director of nutrition at Virtual Health Partners. “There may be a time when a shorter person does not need to eat less than a taller person to lose weight—since height is only one factor in the equation,” she says.

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April 30, 2018 / Health*

“Maintaining healthy habits is a good idea at any time of the day, but certain ones can give you more bang for your buck when done before bed,” says Rachel Daniels, RD, senior director of nutrition at Virtual Health Partners in New York. This is because they help to enhance the restorative rituals your body checks off while you sleep.”

*Also featured in MSN & Time

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April 26, 2018 / SheKnows

“Perimenopause is an important time for women to get into a healthy routine,” Rachel Daniels, a registered dietitian and director of nutrition at Virtual Health Partners, tells SheKnows. Eating well and staying active during perimenopause can help to reduce symptoms, strengthen your body and maintain your health.”

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April 20, 2018 / Healio

“The key things with any of these devices is the aftercare component is a big part of the procedure, especially if it’s a cash-paying procedure not covered by insurance. I highly suggest incorporating online or virtual entities such as BMIQ or Virtual Health Partners that can offer virtual nutrition follow up, which these patients will need to get the results they desire.”

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March 15, 2018 / Buzzfeed

It’s no secret that Millennials rely on their smartphones for everything, and their attitude towards on-demand health care services in the palm of their hand has led to this boom in virtual health care. But it may come as a surprise that virtual health care can be used to improve care for our seniors.

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March 15, 2018 / Ozy

In December 2017, VHP partnered with Bader Sultan & Bros. Co., a health care provider in the Middle East offering noninvasive weight-loss procedures. Emad Al-Zaben, general manager at Bader Sultan, says these procedures “are known to have the strongest results when diet, exercise and live touchpoints are part of the treatment paradigm” — all offered by VHP, which “is at the patient’s fingertips on their phone when[ever] it is convenient.”

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March 8, 2018 / Inc.

Recognition is a big part of showing loyalty. If employees in different roles have access to more or better rewards, it signals that not everyone is valued equally. It’s for that very reason Jillian Bridgette Cohen, CEO and co-founder of the New York City-based virtual wellness and weight loss company, Virtual Health Partners, wanted to take a new approach.

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March 6, 2018 / Well and Good

 For $16 per month, NYC- and Jersey based Chaise Fitness will allow you to stream exclusive classes that blend ballet, Pilates, and strength training via the VHPGo app. And for equipment, all you need are a couple of regular and loop resistance bands. Once you’ve subscribed, you also have access to meal-tracking tools and recipes. Oh, and your fitness tracker is compatible! Win-win.

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March 5, 2018 / Sage

“Diet is really a passé term,” says Jillian Bridgette Cohen, co-founder and CEO of Virtual Health Partners, which offers a platform that provides a personalized nutrition plan. She says most people are looking for something sustainable that focuses not just on weight loss but on wellness, which she defines as balancing fitness, nutrition and lifestyle modification.

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February 15, 2018 / Entrepreneur

The New York City-based online healthcare platform Virtual Health Partners recognizes that many candidates accept flexible work roles to help achieve personal goals. So, VHP aligns its talent acquisition strategy accordingly.

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November 1, 2017 / Skin Inc.

MedResults Network (MRN) has introduced 3,000 members—highlighting the correlation between overall wellness and the results of cosmetic treatments—to Virtual Health Partners (VHP) in a collaboration to promote esthetic wellness. The partnership will focus on supporting nutritional care to clients of plastic surgeons, medical spas and esthetic medical physicians.

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December 21, 2017 / The Ladders

Every industry experiences a different busy season, and if yours happens to be at the start of the year, squeezing in time for workouts or breaks to focus on a healthy-something-or-another challenge might feel frivolous. Even so, the CEO and co-founder of Virtual Health Partners, Jillian Bridgette Cohen, says employees are inspired by individual incentives, too. This could be offering opportunities to be recognized or awarded for attending classes, walking a certain number of steps or another form of physical activity.

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December 17, 2017 / Huffpost

Gift your fitness enthusiast friends with a membership to a virtual wellness system that offers live one-on-one nutrition appointments, on-demand and live fitness classes and workouts, healthy recipes, meal plans, access to a food diary, and lifestyle modification coaching by a team of health experts. All coaching is done through a mobile app, tablet, or computer, with live support available 7 days a week. The program is provided through a nutrition or healthcare professional, to ensure that members are receiving the best care.

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December 8, 2017 / Rewire

According to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, every year about 30,000 new consumer products are launched, and only about 5 percent of those products succeed. So how can you make sure that your product development goes smoothly? We talked to five entrepreneurs who are experts in the product development process about the best and worst advice they’ve gotten, and what advice they’d give other entrepreneurs:

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November 1, 2017 / Hearpreneur

There are so many instrumental moments in anyone’s career that enable them to get to where they are today; however, the thing I am thankful for is more words of advice that I live by every single moment of every single day. This advice came when I got my first job as a lifeguard from my father, who unfortunately just recently passed away. He told me that no matter what one’s job is or social status, we all put our pants on one leg at a time. It is imperative that you treat every single person you encounter with the utmost respect, no matter how they may treat you – just say thank you.

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September 15, 2017 / PR Week

My morning routine is typically some type of exercise (yoga, pilates, or boxing) and then hustling to the office. We have a new client, Virtual Health Partners, which offers gym classes you can take virtually, so if I am really pressed for time, I try to fit in a 20-minute class through the app before I start getting dressed.

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November 16, 2017 / Plastic Surgery Practice

Looking good and feeling good are closely aligned, which is why Virtual Health Partners, Inc. (VHP), a virtual wellness and weight loss company, today announced a partnership with MedResults Network (MRN), the premier buying network for medical spas and aesthetics physicians. MRN will be introducing VHP across their network of 3,000 members, highlighting the correlation between overall wellness and the results of cosmetic treatments. The partnership reflects VHP’s dedication to providing live, virtual wellness support and nutritional care to clients of plastic surgeons, medi-spas, and aesthetic medical physicians anywhere, at any time.

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November 3, 2017 / Reader’s Digest

Rachel Daniels, MS, RD, senior director of nutrition for Virtual Health Partners, suggests the simple task of more H20 as a goal that extends far beyond December 31. To ensure you don’t fall off the bandwagon, she recommends flipping that old familiar motto around to “in sight, in mind.” “Keep a water bottle on you at all times in your bag or in your car. Make sure to keep water in your line of vision at home, work or school. Invest in an easy-to-clean reusable water bottle that you can refill at the sink or water cooler. This will save you some cash and reduce waste produced by plastic water bottles,” she explains.

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November 1, 2017 / Inc.

Taking a few 15-minute breaks throughout the day to move around can make a big difference in a person’s health. Yet, for some reason, we all say we’re too busy to take even that. And we’re suffering the consequences. “Whether it is meditation, stretching, or a quick chair core workout for 15 minutes during your lunch break, exercising makes all of the difference,” said Jillian Bridgette Cohen, CEO and co-founder of Virtual Health Partners, a healthcare platform. “I find it enables employees to increase energy, metabolism and focus for the second half of the day.”

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September 15, 2017 / New Beauty

“You don’t need to do crazy juice cleanses because everyone else is doing them, just be consistent with a healthy diet.” If finding the right diet to fuel your workouts is an issue for you, try apps like Virtual Health Partners or MyFitnessPal to help you keep track of your food intake and even allow you to chat with a live nutritionist at any time of the day.”

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September 8, 2017 / Swaay

“While we can find apps for chatting, ordering food and getting a taxi – and those are all incredibly important to our daily lives – there are a lot of apps out there that go to another level, and simply streamline our daily activities, making us more productive, more relaxed, and more ready to confront our days. Even better, all of the apps we’re featuring in this piece were created by women!”

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June 27, 2017 / Inc.

“Being a road warrior myself for many years, I personally get business travelers struggles with staying healthy on the go. I like to use several apps, including myvirtualhp, to help me stay on track whether I’m in the office or on the road.” says Jillian Bridgette Cohen CEO and CO Founder of Virtual Health Partners.

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April 16, 2017 / Thrive Global

Virtual Health Partners has changed this stigma by making follow-ups available at your fingertips. The rapidly growing network constructed of physicians, hospitals and practices is streamlining the telemedicine industry by addressing the necessities for a healthier lifestyle — nutrition, behavior modification, fitness and personal support — all in one application.

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April 12, 2017 / Huffpost

Virtual Health Partners, an on-demand HIPAA compliant platform that focuses on ancillary and after care treatment such as nutrition, fitness, and behavior modification, has closed an $3.5 million dollar Series A round. The New York-based startup is available on a B2B basis to providers including hospital systems, gastroenterologists, bariatric surgeons, obesity medicine specialists, plastic surgeons, fertility specialists, medical device and nutrition product companies.

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