highlights:


Needs assessment

Strategic plan

Health risk assessments

Biometric screenings

Communication plan

Incentive programs

Employee education

Outcomes reporting

Far more, actually. An effective corporate wellness program takes commitment from people throughout the organization, particularly your leadership team. It requires strategy, dedicated resources, biometric testing, tracking and reporting, a comprehensive communications plan, and employee incentives.


Is all that really worth it?

We like to explain it this way.  Employee health is a primary driver of the financial health of your organization.  Unhealthy employees are significantly less productive than their healthy counterparts.  Studies show that more than half of all health care costs are driven by poor lifestyle habits and choices.  If you can steer your employees to make informed health care decisions and healthy lifestyle choices, not only will you have a happier and healthier workforce, you will be able to:

  • Contain plan costs
  • More accurately predict plan performance
  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Increase productivity


If you have not yet embarked on a wellness program, don’t worry—you don’t have to “eat the apple all in one big bite”.  We can help you craft and implement a long-term strategy that builds incrementally over time based on your organization’s needs, culture and budget.

It takes more than just an apple a day.