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A Health Promotion Model for Small Businesses – The Healthy Small Business Pilot

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  • 1. Testing the provision of comprehensive worksite wellness services in micro-businesses
  • 2. Carol Zimmerman Anne Marie Snell
  • 3.  The Healthy Small Business Project  Business Demographics  Program Goals  Program Overview The Results  Organizational Changes  Individual Changes  Employee Satisfaction  Return on Investment Current Projects
  • 4.  A grant from the New York State Department of Health and Health Research, Inc. Test pilot a business model for providing affordable comprehensive worksite wellness programs to small businesses (75 or less employees).
  • 5.  Total of 283 employees (nine businesses) Follow industry best practices Use online technology Cost of $15/employee (estimated value of $150/employee) Signed MOU for participation 1 full year of programming
  • 6. Industry Sectors: (1) Agriculture/Mining, (2) LocalGovernments, (3) Service, (2) Wholesale/Retail/Sales,(1)Health CareUnionized: The two local governments employ a unionizedpopulation of 26-50% eachFull Time Employment: 80.48%Female: 42.47%Caucasian: 95.89%Under Age of 40: 60.27%Wage range from $17,160 to $45,000 yearAverage Wage: $28,557
  • 7. Pepsi Cola Ogdensburg Potsdam Mapleview Bottlers Building Dairy Farm Blocks Day Care Hospice and Potsdam Palliative Food Care Cooperative Hoose, Town of Knight & Madrid Associates Healthy SmallBlevins Auto Town of Group Business Waddington Wellness Committee
  • 8.  By June 30, 2012, at least 25% of employees completing an HRA will reduce at least one chronic risk factor. By May 15, 2012, the micro business model will show a positive return on investment. By March 31, 2012, the project will validate the proposed price per employee ($150) to provide comprehensive worksite wellness services to micro employers.
  • 9. Pepsi Cola Ogdensburg Potsdam Mapleview Bottlers Building Dairy Farm Blocks Day Care Hospice and Potsdam Palliative Food Care Cooperative Hoose, Town of Knight & Madrid Associates Healthy SmallBlevins Auto Town of Group Business Waddington Wellness Committee
  • 10.  Senior Level Involvement Well Workplace Checklist Wellness Team Policy Development and Environmental Changes Contemplate Consumer Driven Health Plans Evaluation
  • 11. Educational ProgramsIncentive CampaignsCSA AvailabilityFarmer Market AvailabilityCommunity Garden Space
  • 12. Interest SurveysHealth Risk AssessmentsHealth ScreeningReferral ServicesUtilization of CommunityHealth ProgramsOne on One WellnessCoaching
  • 13.  Articles in local media highlighting importance of worksite wellness Communication with state and county legislators highlighting importance of worksite wellness Press Releases in local media highlighting business and personal success stories One Educational Presentation for Chamber members and service organizations
  • 14. 90.0080.0070.0060.0050.0040.0030.0020.0010.00 0.00 Senior Level Wellness Teams Data Collection Operating Plan Programming Supportive Evaluation Support Environments Average Score 2011 Average Score 2012
  • 15. Environmental Approaches to Environmental Approaches to Physical Activity - 2011 Nutrition and Weight - 2011 Very Good Excellent Excellent Very Good 0% 0% 0% 14%Good Good14% 29% Needs Needs Improving Attention 72% 71%Environmental Approaches to Environmental Approaches to Nutrition and Weight - 2012 Physical Activity - 2012 Excellent Needs Needs Very Excellent Very Good 0% Attention Attention Good 14% 0% 14% 0% 0% Good 86% Good 86%
  • 16. Culture Assessment Results Percent Change in Employee Agreement Saftey belt use normal 9.12% Healthy Foods normal during workday 52.38% Exercise is normal during workday 37.70% Wellness Team in place 254.10% Smoke-free environment promoted 2.19% Low-fat/healthy food options available 76.33% People support others 25.83% Healthy lifestyles publicly recognized 59.61% Healthy lifestyles are rewarded 87.78% Leaders model good health 31.72% A strong wellness program is in place 80.27%I am encouraged to lead healthy lifestyle 29.41%
  • 17. Percent of Employees Decreasing High Risk Factors 50% 25% GOAL RESULT
  • 18. Percent of Employees with High Risk Factors25.00%20.00%15.00% 2011 201210.00%5.00%0.00% 0 1 2 3 4 5 or more
  • 19. Body Mass Index50.00%45.00%40.00%35.00%30.00% 201125.00% 201220.00%15.00%10.00%5.00%0.00% BMI Underweight BMI Normal BMI Overweight BMI Obese
  • 20. 1 or less sick daysPre 0-1Post 38.00% 40.00% 42.00% 44.00% 46.00% 48.00% 50.00%
  • 21. Change in Blood Pressure50.00%45.00%40.00%35.00%30.00% 201125.00% 201220.00%15.00%10.00%5.00%0.00% Normal Pre-Hypertensive Hypertensive
  • 22. Uses Tobacco26.50%26.00%25.50%25.00%24.50%24.00%23.50%23.00%22.50%22.00%21.50% 2011 2012
  • 23. Health Risk Assessment Progress Percent increase in good to excellent rating Doing well overall wellness 99.15% Happy and Content 4.12% Good Aerobic Exercise Score 68.12% Nonsmoker, avoids tobacco 4.60% Good Substance Use Status 10.58%Good Coping and Stress Status 8.38% Good Fitness Status 54.50% Good Nutrition Status 61.00% Low Cancer risk 109.58%
  • 24. Employee Satisfaction SurveyMy supervisor/business owner was supportive of me participating in 67.74% the program If the program is offered next year, I plan on participating 61.29% The program contributes to better employee morale 40.32%The program should be expanded to spouses and family members of 35.48% employees The program has helped improve the amount and kind of support I 30.65% get from my coworkers The program has helped me improve my attitude toward my 32.26% employer The program has helped me to be more productive at work 29.03% I have made at least one significant health behavior change since 58.06% participating in the program The program has helped me become more ready to make positive 61.29% health behavior changes The program has helped me feel more confident about making 59.68% decisions about my health The program has helped me improve my overall health 54.84%
  • 25. Community ratedPaid Time Off vs. Sick TimePregnanciesDirectly associating any savings with the program
  • 26. Sources of Employers Health Related Costs 6% 1% 1% 7% Presenteeism Medical 27% 58% Absenteeism Short-Term DisabilitySource: Promoting Well-Being, Wellness Strategies to Improve Health, Performance and the Bottom Line, D.Chenoweth, SHRM 2012
  • 27. Risk Condition Absenteeism Presenteeism Total % Depression 2.61% 14.51% 23.20%Overweight/Obesity 1.40% 8.30% 9.7%Cigarette Smoking 2.84% 4.78% 7.62%High Blood Pressure 0.37% 5.70% 6.07% Physical Inactivity .28% 4.59% 4.87%Source: Promoting Well-Being, Wellness Strategies to Improve Health, Performance and the Bottom Line, D.Chenoweth, SHRM 2012
  • 28. When comparing the peer-reviewed researchcosts associated with risks and presenteeism coststo the Healthy Small Business population, thefollowing savings were shown:Fewer Smokers: $22,336Reduced Obesity: $10,009Total: $32,345Cost of the Program: $26,437
  • 29.  Cost estimated for non grouping employers was $160-$540 per employee per year for businesses employing 10-72 employees. Cost estimated for grouping employers was $150 per employee per year. Preliminary results show actual costs for grouping employers to be $137.62 per employee per year.
  • 30.  Current Contracts  (4) Returning Businesses Project Dissemination  Mentorship  Technical Assistance to NYS Contractors  NYSACHO  HP Live Webinar Alternative Funding Sources
  • 31. Contact InformationCarol Zimmerman(315)261-4760 ext 223carol@gethealthyslc.orgAnn Marie Snell(315)261-4760 ext 222anne@gethealthyslc.org