Ready to Balance the Care of Your Employees
with the Financial Health of Your Company?
- Annual health care costs in America are $3.2 trillion.
- Employers average 5.3 unplanned sick days per year.
- That productivity lost is more than 1 and 1/2 hours of an 8-hour day.
When disease management and wellness programs combine, employers average $30 per member per month in decreased health care costs.
That’s why we’ve developed a comprehensive program called HEALTHY & WHOLE.
HEALTHY & WHOLE encompasses physical, emotional, financial and social health – and
greater job satisfaction for employees.
The goal is to help employers balance the care of employees with the financial health of your
HEALTHY & WHOLE Includes Disease Management
Our nurse health coaches provide hands-on support, helping members reduce blood
pressure, glucose levels and lose weight.
Over 73% of businesses offer corporate wellness to attract and retain talent, and strengthen
company culture. Another advantage is to encourage enrollment in consumer-directed health
plans, a growing trend.
HEALTHY & WHOLE Supports Lifestyle Changes
HEALTHY & WHOLE addresses not only members with chronic diseases, but the 75% who
need support with lifestyle changes.
Lifestyle changes – even small ones – create measurable outcomes of better health, productivity and bottom line.
The Results of Corporate Wellness Programs
Implementing corporate wellness programs dropped claims costs -28%, doctor visits -17% and hospital admissions -63%.
This same study showed disability costs down -34% and injury incidence down -25%.
An employer we worked with said that he is passionate about having happy employees. If they
are happy, they will be productive and engaged.
A Program That Benefits Employees and Companies
Lifestyle coaching. Financial education. Fitness. Nurse health coaching. Long-term medical
conditions. HEALTHY & WHOLE serves everyone’s needs, including your company’s.
(This post is a transcript from the video, “MedCost HEALTHY & WHOLE.”)
For more information on wellness consultations for employers, email Kati Davis.