Lockton’s Vitality program awarded for health improvement and cost savings
Lockton’s employee wellness program was awarded Honorable Mention for the prestigious C. Everett Koop National Health Award for 2014.
Each year, The Health Project, a private-public organization formed to bring about critical attitudinal and behavioral changes in the American health care system recognizes outstanding population health promotion and improvement programs with The C. Everett Koop National Health Award. These awards have been instrumental in promoting the measurement and evaluation of evidence-based, workplace health promotion programs.
Lockton was recognized for health improvement and cost savings and their commitment to establishing a culture of health for their employees with the Vitality program. Additional details can be found in Locktons news release.
Vitality is proud to have played a role in Lockton’s efforts to provide healthy lifestyles for their employees.