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Mike Roche
Member Services Manager
800.223.4139 x6645
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Paul Roelke
Member Services Advisor
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Member Services Associate
800.223.4139 x6653
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Upcoming Alliance Events – Register Today & Save the Dates!

What Employers Can Expect for Health Care Compliance in the Near Future

March 14, 2017
The Monona Terrace
8 – 11:30 a.m.

Register now!

 

The Alliance Annual Seminar - Shared Decision Making Part of Your Health Plan

May 16, 2017
The Monona Terrace
8 – 11:30 a.m.

 

What's Ahead for Your Benefit Plan Design?

July 25, 2017
The Monona Terrace
8 – 11:30 a.m.

 

Practical Implementation of Population Health & Patient Activism

Aug. 22, 2017
Alliant Energy Center
8 – 11:30 a.m.

February Provider Update

Please share the February Provider Update with your employees to make them aware of network changes. Updates include provider additions, terminations and location changes.

By 2018, Employers Will Focus on Employee Well-Being

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About 64 percent of employers say they will focus on building a workplace culture that promotes employee well-being by 2018 according to an analysis by Willis Towers Watson P.L.C.

That equates out to be two-thirds of U.S. employers who want to get more of their workers engaged in their health. Last year, only 34 percent of employers considered a wellness culture as a primary strategy.

Even though wellness program participation tends to be low, the survey showed that the average employer spends about $461 per employee.

Additional highlights from the survey are provided below:

Overall Wellness Plan Improvements

  • 70 percent of employers say they have improved the workplace’s physical environment by adding walking paths, implementing bike-sharing programs or putting healthy foods in the cafeteria.
  • 62 percent of employers use “local champions” to influence health behaviors.
  • 61 percent encourage workers to share personal stories of their health.

Technology

  • 32 percent leverage social networks to foster a culture of wellness
  • 64 percent of employers offer employees online health improvement tools and 58 percent provide a web portal devoted to health related information.

Onsite Screening & Vaccinations

  • 84 percent of employers offer on-site vaccinations
  • 85 percent provide health risk assessments
  • 73 percent offer biometric screenings

Weight Management

  • 81 percent of employers in 2015 offered access to weight management programs
  • 77 percent offered worksite diet and exercise activities
  • 72 percent provided telephonic lifestyle behavior coaching programs

Financial Wellness

  • 47 percent of employers are including financial wellness programs as part of their overall wellness strategy
  • 80 percent plan to include it by 2018

Telemedicine

  • 46 percent of employers in 2015 offered telemedicine
  • 24 percent said they plan to offer it in 2016
  • 20 percent said they were considering it for 2017 or 2018

To view the full analysis, click here.  

Save the date for January 24, 2017 as The Alliance will explore the new approach of well-being programs at our Alliance Learning Circle event.

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