Services to improve the    health and happiness of
   your employees and your
   bottom line.




What You Already Know

  • According to the Wall Street Journal, Healthcare costs per capita will reach $7,500 this year, more than double the $3,470 per person in 1993
  • The Centers for Disease Control reports that 75% of health care spending pays for illnesses that are preventable.
  • According to the National Coalition on Healthcare (NCHC) the costs of healthcare premiums have increased 5 times faster on average than the earnings of workers since the year 2000.
  • Direct health care costs are far from being the only expenses tied to a corporation’s bottom line. Several other factors play a notable role as well, including:
    • Unscheduled Absenteeism
    • Productivity improvements and lower rates of absenteeism
    • Turnover
    • Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty
    • Recruitment