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The keys to building a healthy culture are what we like to call the Three C’s: Communicate, Communicate and Communicate. It’s making every employee aware of your program, getting employees excited and talking about it, and encouraging feedback to constantly improve and make sure everyone is getting what they need.
This is a space where StayWell truly excels. Our communication and engagement practices are deeply rooted in the science of behavior change. The goal, as always, is to educate employees about your health and wellness program, clearly communicate its benefits, and motivate them to take action. The more employees that participate and stay engaged in your program, the more you improve your company’s net health and bring down your healthcare costs.
We understand each workforce is different, so we leverage a custom omni-channel approach to greater encourage participation. We can help build awareness of your program and provide the kind of printed, digital and video content that demonstrates what an essential benefit you’re providing for your employees and how it can have such a pronounced effect on their lives. These programs are fully client-customized to your brand based on a unique strategy designed by an expert communication strategist team from StayWell.
On February 18, 2020
By Annie Davies, health coach at StayWell It’s tough enough to stay healthy when remaining close to home. When you’re attending out-of-town tradeshows, conferences, or other business trips—with jam-packed schedules, high-calorie dinners, and nights spent in unfamiliar surroundings—it can be even more challenging to stick to a healthy routine.
On February 5, 2020
By Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell We continue to receive new information and updates on 2019-nCoV—commonly known as Coronavirus—as public health officials work to determine the exact source of the virus and how it is spreading.
On January 21, 2020
By Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell Preventable illnesses like flu and pneumonia are very costly—causing unneeded health care expenses, lost work and school days, and poor productivity. Chronic conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes are even more costly, with more than half of American adults experiencing at least one chronic condition.
On January 17, 2020
By Mitch Collier, VP of product development at StayWell Technology continues to transform the health care industry at an unprecedented rate. When used effectively, new technologies have the potential to help health care organizations meet growing demand and efficiently deliver better patient care and outcomes.
On January 9, 2020
StayWell’s research study discussed below, “Measuring participation in employer-sponsored health and well-being programs: A participation index and its association with health risk change,” was recently named as a "Paper of the Year" by the American Journal of Health Promotion.
On December 19, 2019
By Luke Anderson, marketing manager at StayWell One of the most nerve-racking times in my life was when my wife and I were leaving the hospital after having our first child. The hospital staff had been so helpful during our stay that the thought of going home on our own was overwhelming. I spent the walk to our car rattling off endless new fatherhood questions: What if he doesn’t stop crying? Are we feeding him too much? How long should we let him sleep? What does that new noise mean?
On December 17, 2019
It’s the time of year where holiday food and treat temptations continue to add up. To say this season has a reputation in the health and well-being department is likely an understatement. It’s also not just a reputation.
On December 10, 2019
By Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell More than 100 million U.S. adults have diabetes or prediabetes, a condition that often leads to type 2 diabetes within five years if left untreated.
On December 4, 2019
Guest post from Anna Norton, CEO of DiabetesSisters, a proud StayWell partner StayWell partnered with DiabetesSisters when the nonprofit organization was looking to more simply showcase stories from women living with diabetes. Together, the organizations developed the Between the Lines microsite, which gives women with all types of diabetes a place to go for sisterly support and a comforting sense of community. There, they can find stories like Anna Norton’s below. Learn how Between the Lines...
On November 27, 2019
By Kari Wray, health coach at StayWell The holidays are here, the time of year where those enticing food options appear much more frequently. Not surprisingly, one study has discovered that in the United States, weight gain begins to rise throughout October and November, peaking 10 days after Christmas.
On October 24, 2019
By Erin Seaverson, senior director of research and evaluation at StayWell Employees who are engaged with their workplace well-being program feel more connected to their company and its culture—making them healthier, happier employees who are more likely to be present at work and stick with their company in the long run.
On October 23, 2019
Jordan Lamar has a deep passion for health and well-being. Here’s how it started, and how she’s followed it on a journey to faraway destinations, and a greater meaning closer to home.
On October 17, 2019
Aldo Cipriotti, StayWell Senior Program Manager for the Volvo Group and Mack Trucks, has spent his career improving health outcomes and helping people live healthier lives. His commitment to these endeavors was only strengthened after he lost his wife, Nicole, to breast cancer in 2017.
On October 3, 2019
By Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell Burnout is an epidemic that is rapidly spreading for all types of health care employees. Surgical residents in particular have one of the higher rates with nearly 70% reporting feelings of burnout.
On October 1, 2019
By Brooke C. Wheeler, senior medical writer at StayWell The health care industry continues to make major advancements that improve patients’ health and lives. Yet health care providers still face an ongoing fundamental challenge: ensuring that patients understand their own medical conditions and treatment plans.
On September 29, 2019
By Dr. David Gregg, chief medical officer at StayWell You only have one heart—and you want to keep it at its healthiest. While you can’t do anything about some heart disease risks—like age, sex, or family history—you can make small changes to daily habits to lower your risk.
On September 27, 2019
Guest post from the staff at the American Lung Association, a proud StayWell partner Fever, cough, chills, sore throat…could it be the flu? Millions of Americans get the flu each year, with a large number ending up in the hospital because of it (710,000 were hospitalized from 2017 to 2018). The contagious respiratory infection affects the entire body and is typically spread when a person coughs or sneezes.
On September 23, 2019
By Kathryn Gerlock, VP of information security at StayWell Information security is a critical component to nearly every business these days, but it’s especially important when it comes to protecting highly sensitive health information. News stories continue to report on recent hacks, an increase in security threats, and the expanding lengths businesses are going to maintain higher security measures. As more work moves to technology platforms and cloud-based systems, the need for stronger IT...
On September 17, 2019
By Stefan Gingerich, M.S., Senior research analyst, StayWell StayWell’s employee well-being program, called Bean—a light-hearted nod to “well-being” and “human being”—gives us a chance to have fun with the work we do each day on behalf of the health systems, insurers, employers, and associations that we serve. It’s also an opportunity to sustain our commitment to using evidence-based strategies and determine how to establish the kind of culture that is effective for employees.
On August 28, 2019
By Amy VanStee, editorial director at StayWell With the sheer volume of information bombarding us daily through social media, email, and texts, it’s easy for your message to get lost in the noise. That makes print an attention-getting way to reach consumers—and a smart addition to your health care marketing mix.
We live in the Information Age, the Age of Technology, and the Age of Personalization. That's why we leverage personalized technology and information to help employees achieve their health and wellness goals and measure their success in real time.
The workplace culture of your company is arguably the most important thing your company has going for it. We’re here to help you make sure your culture is a healthy one.
Better health and well-being should be enough reward. But sometimes employees need added incentive to get moving down that path. We're your experts when it comes to when, how, where to dangle the carrot.
Some employers keep their employees on a need-to-know basis. When it comes to health and well-being, everyone needs to know. Then you can get them engaged and keep them motivated.
Wellness is a way of life. It can also be a great way to work. And the best way to bring wellness to any workforce is to be right there on-site, on the job every day.
How do you get to the goal line? One step at a time. Every step of the way, our coaches are right there with your employees to help them stay motivated and on track to achieve their goals.
We are a "people first" organization, but we have to be honest. We love the numbers. There's no such thing as too much data, especially when that data has the power to drive action and help people achieve their wellness goals.