Wellness plans have become a common part of any company’s standard benefit offerings. However, most plans can only produce superficial results. We elevate our wellness offerings by using analytics that take your data, demographics and corporate culture into consideration. With that, we develop a long-term plan with customized goals and metrics that directly impacts employee productivity, turnover, and ultimately your bottom line.
You have access to a variety of targeted strategies to increase employee engagement, control healthcare costs and keep your employees healthy through:
Our team of specialists partner with your team — providing the guidance and training that encourages healthier lifestyles and more informed health-related decisions. Our subject matter experts include health management consultants, analytics consultants and registered nurses, with backgrounds in wellness, health promotion, public health, nutrition, exercise, behavior change, health literacy and healthcare.
Reducing the impact of healthcare should be an ongoing strategy. We can help you improve the well-being of your workforce, as well as the financial health of your company.
Three of every four dollars employers spend on health costs are used to treat chronic conditions such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, asthma and depression. These same conditions create workforce absenteeism costing U. S. employers $153 billion annually of lost productivity. About 86% of full-time workers are above normal weight or have at least one chronic health condition. Therefore, most of an employer’s health plan costs may be preventable with a strong wellness program.
Employers have a vested interest in their employees’ health. As the dominant health insurance provider, employers are continuing to experience rising healthcare costs and wondering how to influence this trend. An important part of influencing healthcare costs is to understand your employee populations and their differences.
Today, about 69% of the American population is considered overweight or obese. As an employer, you can play a key role in influencing the health and well-being of your employee population. Creating a culture of health and well-being — including programs and activities that focus on helping your employees stay healthy, improve their health, and learn to live well with chronic conditions — will impact cost long term.
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