Corporate Wellness and Health Improvement Programs
Benecept’s corporate wellness programs focus on helping you provide valuable tools to improve employee health and lower health care costs one employee at a time.
Our approach to corporate wellness follows the following five step process:
1) Engage employees by addressing their desire to take control of their health and benefits
2) Identify employee health risks and areas of interest
3) Personalize health care and benefits information for each employee
4) Motivate the employee to proactively manage his/her health
5) Measure the impact of changes in employee behavior, risk and consumption
How a well designed corporate wellness strategy can impact your organization:
Most employers have taken significant steps to increase efficiency and eliminate waste from their health care and benefits programs. Now that short-term solutions have been adopted and implemented by many, employers are looking even harder at long-term solutions for controlling future health care costs.
It is not enough to simply minimize current health care benefits costs. Employers also need to embrace employee wellness and health improvement programs, as part of an integrated health management strategy, in order to manage and control future health care costs.
This approach encourages and rewards employees for making appropriate health care and benefit choices all year long. By continuously arming employees with information that allows them to make appropriate plan, cost, and clinical treatment decisions, one creates an informed, proactive, and healthier workforce. In addition, the employer will gain valuable workforce data that helps in the adjustment of benefit and wellness programs to reduce overall costs.
By providing comprehensive online health information and benefit decision-support tools, you will help your employees bridge the gap between ineffective health care management and consumer-centric health care. As your employees’ care requirements intensify, selecting the appropriate treatment options and services becomes more complex. If your employees are to be held accountable for making more appropriate health care decisions, they will require a highly personalized health and benefits management application.