Workplace Wellness

10 of the Most Important Wellness Topics for Employees Right Now

The term “employee wellness” has taken on increased significance since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Many companies are still dealing with the post-pandemic impact on their bottom line which led to massive employee turnover. We’re also witnessing unprecedented globalization, with a geographically dispersed workforce.  Today, 12.7% of full-time employees work from home and 28.2% in a Read more…

Workplace Wellness

8 Examples of Wellness Programs Employees Will Love

The COVID-19 pandemic truly underscored the importance of supporting employee wellness in the workplace. Wellness programs, which were once considered employee perks, are now an imperative part of every company culture. They have evolved into data-driven, customized, and strategic wellness initiatives that can help in reducing employee turnover and boosting employee health.  Take Nike, and Read more…

Workplace Wellness

What are Population Health Initiatives and How Can They Benefit Your Organization?

Did you know that your employees’ health can have a significant impact on your organization’s success? Chronic health issues, obesity, and substance abuse are some of the most common population health issues today. When workers are faced with these ailments, their work is undoubtedly impacted. That’s one reason why many employers offer their employees health Read more…

Workplace Wellness

Population Health Strategies Your Organization Should Consider and How To Measure Their Impact

For decades, the American healthcare system has focused on the clinical needs of sick people, the cure of illnesses, and the medical intervention of at-risk groups. However, these approaches have a limited effect on disease prevention while consistently disregarding prevailing inequalities affecting a population group’s access to medical services and healthcare quality. Recent years have Read more…

Workplace Wellness

What are Today’s Biggest Population Health Issues and How Can Organizations Help Mitigate Them?

Historically, the healthcare system in the US has been all about numbers. Simply put, the more services provided to patients (visits, procedures, hospital admissions, prescriptions), the more healthcare providers get paid. However, we’ve recently seen a marked shift from fee-for-service models to value-based care as more organizations look to tackle population health issues on a Read more…