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  1. 1. EFFECTIVE WELLNESS PROGRAMS FROM A LARGE COMPANY, RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, AND THE U.S. GOVERNMENT? Copyright © 2013 ShapeUp, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary & Confidential shapeup.com
  2. 2. Religious Institution: Saddleback Church • The Daniel Plan, named after the biblical character, encouraged congregants to work together to lose weight. • Plan focused on “knowing your five”: weight, waist size, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar. • 15,000 people registered for the program and 250,000 pounds were lost in one year. • “The secret sauce of Saddleback is we do this as a community. It's very different than most health plans where you do it with yourself or your wife. You get to do this with a whole community.“ • http://www.cnn.com/2012/01/24/health/saddleback- warren-diet/index.html • http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,21161 30,00.html?iid=pw-op 2
  3. 3. Government Wellness: State of Nebraska • One of the first US states to launch an integrated health coverage plan tied to wellness program participation, called The Wellness Plan, for state employees. • Program motto: “Wellness is a journey we take together.” • Discounted health care premiums and comprehensive preventive coverage offered to those who completed 3 Wellness Plan steps: • Enroll in choice of wellness program (walking program, coaching, weight management program, or fitness tracking) • Complete biometric screening • Complete online HRA • In 2012, The Wellness Plan enjoyed at 42% engagement rate and a 99% satisfaction rate. Risk factors per participant also decreased. • http://www.welcoa.org/freeresources/pdf/case_study_nebra ska.pdf 3
  4. 4. Large Employer: KeyBank • Sought a social solution to unite and activate a dispersed and largely rural workforce. • KeyBank partnered with ShapeUp to offer its 15,000 employees team-based physical activity challenges. • Wellness program also included HRAs, wellness coaching, onsite health activities, and the promotion of physical exams. • 3 goals for program: • Alert employees of individual risk factors • Teach them how to change their behavior • Provide assistance where needed • Offered employees $600 wellness credit to those who completed HRA, had physical exam, and participated in wellness activity, like ShapeUp. • ShapeUp led to 56% engagement, average weight loss of 8.2 lbs/person. • http://www.shapeup.com/PDFs/ShapeUp-CaseStudy- KeyBank.pdf 4
  5. 5. What These Programs Have In Common • Strong Social Component: These wellness programs successfully turned wellness into a shared journey rather than a solo mission. • Robust Education: To encourage long-term, sustained change, they understood that participants must know their own risk factors and learn ways to manage them. • Powerful Incentives: These programs adeptly leveraged financial rewards and other types of incentives to drive participation and outcomes. 5
  6. 6. Prepared by: ShapeUp www.shapeup.com @shapeupdotcom Copyright © 2013 ShapeUp, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary & Confidential shapeup.com

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