A Comprehensive Wellness Solution for Your Company
Corporate and individual wellness is key to the success of any employee benefit plan. Improving an individual's overall health and wellness will not only benefit their quality of life, but will also impact the health of your organization in areas such as:
Lowered health claims
Decreased disability claims
Reduced employee turnover
Wellness Programs are now viewed by many as a viable tool to help curb rising health care costs and enhance employee performance. Through wellness education, information, specific wellness tools and support, these programs and services help people to adopt health habits, make healthy lifestyle choices, and consume health care services efficiently and effectively.
For each overweight or obese employee who becomes more active, there is a savings of $450 a year. (Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2002)
Non-stressed employees cost 46% less than stressed employees. (Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, April 2004)
On site Wellness Programs I've developed have ROI of $7.
Investments of $0.18-$0.79 PMPM in Tobacco Cessation programs generate net positive ROI of $1.70-$2.20 after five years. (Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research, 2004)
Wellness Consulting Successes
Health Assessment Promotion
Lowered insurance rates
$4-$7 ROI wellness program
Results driven programming
Decreased claims costs
75% participation rates
Why Hire Me
The past four years I have worked with jumbo and mid size corporations through insurance carriers. My work has allowed them growth of their business and at the same time drive down costs for both clients and carrier though my wellness consulting and programming. Prior to my services the market had two jumbo accounts with no wellness. After my services the insurance carrier retained and increases their accounts by engaging me in the selling of wellness and delivering wellness results. One jumbo account was acquired with $500,000 wellness budget and other accounts retained with $100,000 wellness budget.
Fifty percent of all deaths under the age of 65 are attributed to lifestyle related causes. (Weiss et. al., 1991)