Corp Wellness Opp & Comparisons

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Healthy People Grant, Inc. is a privately held
corporation administering a large national grant.
• We have received a large grant to create
Community-Based Initiatives (CBIs) in one
hundred communities in 2010 and to reach 75%
employer compliance with the criteria to be
designated as a "healthy workplace".
• The grant:
– eliminates employers from having any expense to
implement our outcomes-based programming and
strategies
– provides scholarships for health and wellness
professionals to be involved as a Coach or
Consultant.

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Corp Wellness Opp & Comparisons

  1. 1. g g Working together to create a healthier nation while building your income. VERSION:  072010‐1
  2. 2. • Healthy People Grant, Inc. is a privately held corporation administering a large national grant. • We have received a large grant to create Community-Based Initiatives (CBIs) in one hundred communities in 2010 and to reach 75% employer compliance with the criteria to be designated as a "healthy workplace". • The grant: – eliminates employers from having any expense to implement our outcomes-based programming and strategies – provides scholarships for health and wellness professionals to be involved as a Coach or Consultant.
  3. 3. Understanding the big picture
  4. 4. • Physical Functioning Physical  • Bodily Pain dil i Component • General Health • Bio‐Metrics Three  • Mental Health Components of  Mental/  Emotional  • Vitality Wellness Component • Social Functioning Social Functioning Preparedness  • Financial Health Component • Legal  Protection
  5. 5. • How much is employee risk costing in lost  productivity, increased absenteeism, and excess  claims cost? l i t? • If you aren’t measuring it, you can’t manage it!
  6. 6. •state of the art,  •one on one  proprietary tool consultation for  all  •health fair  •employee and  HRA participants to  Wellness  environment Health Risk  spouse included Health Risk  discuss next steps Launch •health screenings  •health screenings Assessment •quick—only ten  Review •conducted face to  conducted on‐site minutes to  face w/ local  complete Health Coach •consistent  •discounts on  •one on one  promotion of  wellness products  coaching for high  coaching for high Monthly  Monthly timely health  timely health Access To  Access To Presentations,  and services, i.e.,  Intervention risk individuals ($) topics throughout  Additional  cholesterol and  Flyers &  •small group  Newsletters the year Resources glucose testing ($) classes($) •includes on‐site  education
  7. 7. Who does what and how do they get paid for doing it?
  8. 8. Corporate  Corporate Health Coach Corporate  Wellness  Wellness Implementation Risk  Wellness  Management  Consultant Consultant
  9. 9. • Work with employees and family members to achieve a healthier lifestyle hi h l hi lif l • Education – Helping p p g participants understand their health status p – Providing new information to assist participants in making better lifestyle choices • Intervention – What is intervention? – Formal programming: Small Group Wellness Classes, One-On-One Health Coaching, and Health Improvement Planning – Other: What “arrows do you have in your quiver”? • May teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums
  10. 10. • Small Group Classes – Typically $140 per enrolled participant – Thus, $2,800 per 20 person class – One employer should generate a minimum of four classes per year and large companies many more • One-On-One Coaching – Typically $200 per hour • Health Improvement Plan Development – Typically $100 for 30 minute session • Other – Depends on services, products programs offered services products, – Wonderful conversion opportunity • Teaching Symposiums – Average of $2,000 per day plus travel expenses
  11. 11. When Purpose Duration/Payment* Month One:  Visit One Create Health 30 minutes/$100.00 Improvement Plan (HIP) Month One:  Visit Two Accountability/Support 15 minutes/$50.00 Month One:  Visit Three Accountability/Support 15 minutes/$50.00 Month One:  Visit Four Retake HRA & modify HIP,  15 minutes/$50.00 if necessary Month Two:  Visit One Accountability/Support 10 minutes/$33.33 Month Two: Visit Two Retake HRA & modify HIP,  10 minutes/$33.33 if necessary Month Three:  Visit One Accountability/Support 10 minutes/$33.33 Month Three:  Visit Two Final wrap up, determine  15 minutes/$50.00 self‐directed HIP for next  90 days * Payments are calculated @ $200 per hour of budgeted time
  12. 12. • Educating employers about benefits of identifying and mitigating behavioral and lifestyle risks – Through Community-Based Initiatives – Public speaking – Health insurance broker/agent referrals • Facilitating implementation of programming – Coordinating on-site events – R i i aggregate d t and creating a “ f Reviewing t data d ti “go forward” d” plan – Facilitating enrollment in fee-based programming including advanced bio-metrics • May teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums
  13. 13. • An average of $ , g $5,000 p 100 employee per p y employer is a reasonable projection – Facilitating Small Group Classes • Typically $100 per enrolled participant – Administering advanced bio-metrics • Typically $40 per participant – Optional risk management programming • Varies but can reasonably be $100 per participant • Teaching Symposiums – Average of $2,000 per day plus travel expenses
  14. 14. • Wellness Consultants are recruiters who bring g the Risk Management Consultants and Corporate Health Coaches to the table to work with Corporate Wellness Clients p • May teach Corporate Wellness Symposiums • Wellness Consultants can also “wear other hats : hats”: – as a Risk Management Consultant who develops and implements employers participating in the Grant – as a Corporate Health Coach who works with the employees and family members to get healthier
  15. 15. • Commissions – Direct commissions for recruiting Coaches and Consultants – Override commissions for developing a team • Teaching Symposiums – Average of $2 000 per day plus travel $2,000 expenses
  16. 16. What is a Community-Based Initiative and why should I participate?
  17. 17. • Identify facilitator for Community‐Based Initiative (CBI) • Create Charter, develop logo, and prepare press release • Recruit one to three Wellness Consultants to develop local team and help  h ll l d l l l dh l Phase  One promote Symposium • Schedule date for Corporate Wellness Symposium & Advisory Board Mtg. • Conduct Market Analysis of local health and wellness professionals  d k l f l l h l h d ll f l • Implement Wellness Resource Survey & promote Symposium Phase   Two • Begin developing Advisory Board • Conduct Market Analysis of area employers • Hold Symposium and initial Advisory Board Meeting • Post identified wellness resources on website Phase Three • Initiate educational & awareness campaign leading up to employer survey • Survey employers • Advisory Board analyzes market data and creates 1 year & long term plan • Share results Phase  Four • Conduct “gap analysis” meetings and match resources to employer needs Conduct  gap analysis meetings and match resources to employer needs
  18. 18. Let’s Give It A Try
  19. 19. 1. Complete the survey/assessment on www.healthypeople2010grant.org to determine www healthypeople2010grant org if you are a good fit for working with our corporate clients. 2. 2 If so, enroll on www.hp2010grant.org b ll h 2010 t based d upon your desired next step: • Health Coach Program • Risk Management Consultant Program • Wellness Consultant Opportunity • Not sure? Attend a Symposium to figure it out! 3. We’ll i kl 3 W ’ll quickly get you your O i t ti Kit and t Orientation d assign you a coach/mentor and we’ll create a 90 day plan so you can hit the ground running and generate income within d d t i ithi days
  20. 20. Filling in any gaps
  21. 21. www.healthypeople2010grant.org -- primary website www.hp2010grant.org – shopping cart 800-429-4556 – toll free number to corporate offices madison@healthypeople2010grant.org – VP of Co ad so @ ea ypeop e 0 0g a o g o Community Ou eac u y Outreach

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