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Creating a positive Return on Investment with a corporate wellness program is a science. It is predictable, repeatable and duplicate-able. If you know what you are doing you can can create a 10 to 1 ...
Creating a positive Return on Investment with a corporate wellness program is a science. It is predictable, repeatable and duplicate-able. If you know what you are doing you can can create a 10 to 1 ROI but if you do not know what you are doing your wellness program can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in back-end profiteering from greedy health care providers.
This Return on Investment Study is a study of over 50 ROI white papers and reports from corporations the cross most industries. We put this together and will update it again in 2013 because no two corporations have the same populations, with the same health and wellness problems or with the same obstacles of creating a positive ROI. Therefore, we needed to study the studies in order to discover the commonalities between successful corporate wellness programs.
The secret to great ROI... Create sustainable behavioral change.
The dirty wellness industry secret... Out of network doctors who gain access to corporate employees through phony non-profits, health fair company fronts or simply taking advantage of good willed corporate nurses, HR or Benefits to gain access to high paying insurance networks.
You need to know what to do as well as what to avoid. In addition to this study here is a link to an article that describes this in much more detail:
Please reach out to me for more information and unbiased advice on how to create positive and provable ROI for your wellness program.
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