BenefitsPro, July 20, 2017
By StayWell Program Manager, Susan Mountain
StayWell client CHS wanted to reduce the number of employees at risk for obesity, heart disease, cancer, orthopedic conditions, and rheumatology issues, among other health problems.
Part of the motivation for any employee well-being plan is the opportunity to reduce health care costs for an employer, but it was also important for CHS leadership that their program reflect employee needs and interests.
Doing so required a program which was both comprehensive and flexible. It had to address a diverse set of health concerns and work environments and help employees realize it was in their best interest to participate — all while accommodating diverse communication needs.
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