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Investing in Employee Wellness – How You Can Achieve a 17:1 ROI

Erin Morrow - in Features, Others

By: Erin Morrow Determining the return on investment (ROI) of a wellness program can be difficult. Looking beyond the immediate healthcare costs and utilization will help any organization understand the broader value of its investment. Although solid projections…

A doctor listening to a plastic valentine's day heart

The Hearts Given Away on Valentine’s Day Should be Healthy (and Insured)

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and romantics throughout the nation have hearts and flowers on their minds. Perhaps it’s only appropriate that February…

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Apple Smart Watch – A Corporate Wellness Game Changer

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

  For those who closely follow the Corporate Health & Wellness space, wearable technology that monitors weight, blood pressure, heart rate, calories…

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Creating a Corporate Travel Culture of Healthy Eating

Natasha Léger - in Others

With rising rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes, come higher healthcare costs for employers. As a result, corporate wellness services have become a $2 billion industry[i]. Corporate business travel, on the other hand, is a $274 billion…

A man looking at the missing piece of the wellness puzzle, i.e. incentives

Reinventing Corporate Wellness Incentives to Drive Actual Results

Grace Dickinson - in Economics

For years, most corporate wellness programs have done little more than “look good” as an added benefit on paper. Health culture within companies has gone neglected, with associated programs given little attention and their initial goals often left incomplete.…

The new wellness rules can save employees and employers on the cost of health care

New Rules for Wellness Plans Offer Savings for Employers and Employees

Dave Monahan - in Economics

Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act allows employers to reduce the cost of employees’ health insurance premiums when they participate in programs encouraging exercise

Analytics like this will be the future of wellness programs and cost savings

Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics

Richard Kersh - in Worksite Wellness

The prevalence of outcomes-based wellness programs in combination with incentives and disincentives are becoming increasingly

Employee eating and talking on the phone from his desk.

Get Up From Your Desk. Sitting is Lethal!

Kim Snider - in Others

We sit. And we sit a lot. We sit in front of the TV. We sit at our desks. We sit in the car. And that’s not good.

Wellness interventions now can prevent worse health outcomes later

Choosing Wellness Interventions

Lisa Weston - in Others

Corporate wellness can be a confusing landscape for those new to the industry. Lisa Weston detials what to make of all of these abberviations, and how to best implements these programs. This is a useful guide of where to begin any wellness program.

A stack of money with ROI on top made of building blocks.

The Business Case for Wellness Programs

Fiona Gathright - in Economics

Powerful wellness programs educate employees about healthy choices and provide the support and

With proper planning and management, like this expense report, wellness programs can make a difference in your company's bottom line.

Activate Wellness Programs to Achieve Key Workforce, Bottom-Line Objectives

Audrey Boone Tillman - in Worksite Wellness

In today’s changing economic climate, companies are always looking for ways to balance financial responsibility and keeping employees happy in the workplace

Your employees not getting checkups will end up costing you more on healthcare in the end.

Association of Health Risk Factors with Healthcare Utilization and Cost in an Employed Population

Association of Health Risk Factors with Healthcare Utilization and Cost in an Employed Population