What Employers Achieve with Vitality
A successful health and wellness program is a great way to reduce chronic health risks for your employees and limit healthcare costs for your company. But in the sea of companies touting themselves as “wellness,” it can be hard to sift through the clutter and find that true partner who cares. Meet Vitality. We align with your company’s interests so that you can bring successful, lasting change — something few programs actually do. We use behavioral economics and actuarial science to create effective engagement strategies and compelling incentives that drive long-term behavior change and real business results.
Healthier employees, healthier profits.
Evidence shows that employee health and well-being are strong determinants of productivity, morale and retention. Healthier employees help improve business performance and profitability — and, in the case of public companies, can even boost stock prices.
Engaged employees cost less.
Vitality uses scientifically derived challenges, activities and rewards to drive ongoing engagement. By keeping personalized healthy habits top of mind, we’re able to help reduce chronic health risks, leading to fewer claims and lower healthcare costs.
Hospital admissions costs reduced by as much as40%
Cost per patient reduced by as much as14%
Hospital stays shortened by as much as25%
In 2011, McKesson Corporation partnered with Vitality to develop a powerful multiyear wellness strategy. The goal was to engage employees in healthier lifestyles that would lead to better health outcomes and reduced insurance claims. Within three years, the company had saved $4.7 million in medical costs.See the full story >
So, how does your current program compare?
Assess your current workforce health metrics to see if there’s more your workplace wellness program could be doing to create an effective and sustainable culture of health.
Based in evidence. Designed for lasting impact.
All of the strategies, incentives and rewards that Vitality uses to drive ongoing engagement are backed by industry expertise, behavioral economics and actuarial science. Vitality can be incorporated into an existing benefits program while providing a complete, comprehensive wellness approach.