Read how a leading Florida benefits brokerage used new wellness technology to help them expand their workplace wellness services, save on human and financial resources while improving client satisfaction.
The landscape is changing and there are new health and wellness providers in the marketplace - more recently group benefits brokers. Since more than two-thirds of U.S. employers offer wellness programs as part of their benefits packages (as outlined in a recent Society for Human Resources Management report), it just makes sense that brokers are getting involved.
Containing Healthcare Costs
Benefits brokers frequently hear their clients ask for help with cost containment and proactive strategies to promote health and wellness. Helping a clients' workforce be healthier through corporate wellness programs can positively impact a company's bottom line (in a recent Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine) – creating a win-win business partnership for client and broker.
Brokers Providing Wellness Services Deliver Measurable Cost Containment Strategies
Florida-Based Broker Says 'Yes We Can!"
A leading Florida-based benefits broker was looking for a technology partner that could help them take their wellness programs from “Let me get back to you” to “Yes we can!” and clearly identified their top priorities in a platform. Read the full case study.
Top Platform Priorities:
Engaging and intuitive user experience
Flexible to easily adaptable to fit each client’s, challenges and workforces
Self-sufficiency - they wanted to manage and control the technology themselves
After a fast, friendly onboarding process, the CoreHealth corporate wellness portal was up and running. They were self-sufficient delivering health and wellness programs in no time resulting in increased client satisfaction and wellness revenue. Read the full case study.