Wellness Programs

“Evidence shows that workplace health programs have the potential to promote healthy behaviors; improve employees' health knowledge and skills; help employees get necessary health screenings, immunizations, and follow-up care; and reduce workplace exposure to substances and hazards that can cause diseases and injury.”

-       United States Department of Labor

 

The Affordable Care Act has created new incentives and builds on existing wellness program policies to promote employer wellness programs and encourage opportunities to support healthier workplaces. 

 

Working in concert with your value-based benefits plan is the development of a customized wellness strategy.

  • Population health management incentive reporting: annual and new hire
  • Data Collection from vendors
  • Consulting on wellness program design and compliance and developing a culture of wellness
  • Population health management report portfolio

 

Let us help you design a wellness program that "fits" your company. Call Meg at 800.836.0026, or email Megan Day Scott.

 

RECORDED WEBINARS:

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"Wellness Programs Setting Goals and Expectations That Fit Your Company"

Ever Wonder what works and what doesn't work when it comes to influencing your employees to change behaviors? This webinar discussed how to develop a strategy to positively impact consumer choices, what tools you should know about and what is working.

 

"Moving from Wellness to Toal Health Management"

This webinar covers the marketplace trend moving towards Total Health Management, why these trends are occuring and what results forward-thinking employers are driving towards. It also covered how to develop an effective strategy and define measurable progress towards your total health management goals.

 

 

Final Rules for Wellness Programs

the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released final regulations (Final Regulations) under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) governing wellness programs. 

What are You Doing to Improve Your Employees Healthcare Literacy?

 Just 17% of Americans report understanding their total annual healthcare costs extremely well
 

Have you tried Telemedicine?

An affordable alternative to costly urgent care and ER visits when you need care now. 

Why Every Employer Needs to Re-examine Self-Funding for Medical Benefits

Discover how your company could benefit from a Group Medical Captive 

'Getting Through': Message Hurdles

Experts agree: Accomplishing your benefit plan objectives requires successful employee communication.

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