Spotlight: A HUB-tastic Year in Review

December 11, 2017 Tina Dao

2017 was an amazing year for RL HUB, our online community for RL clients and users. To close off the year, we created an infographic of our top content and most memorable experiences - none of which would be possible without you!

From #AskTheExpert to Didja Know Fridays, our community was also a space to share the latest content on RL and the healthcare industry: 

Not to mention, a place for us to connect, grow and laugh: 

Thank you to everyone who made 2017 an amazing year in our online community! If you're not a member of HUB, you can follow this link to request an account and get a head start on your RL new year's resolutions. 

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