Maybe you already offer an employee wellbeing program of some sort to your employees, but do you ever feel like you’re missing something? Like maybe there’s more? More information, more details… more you can do to actually make an impact.
There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding health coaching and employer-sponsored wellbeing programs – questions about everything from information safety to wondering about having to change everything. What do you need to know about the truth that’s out there?
HRAs and biometric screenings are tools that employers can use to gauge particular data points to get an idea of not only what an employee perceives their health to be, but also some information on what their health really is. Without HRAs and biometric screenings, here is some of what you’re missing:
Jennie Stuart Health, a 194-bed acute-care hospital in Southwest Kentucky, researched the wait times at their facility and evaluated where improvements, education and processes needed to be changed to improve the system – hopefully leading to shorter wait times, an easier registration process and happier patients and staff. What solutions did they find?
Through the new partnership, CSePub will offer the CSePub Personal Wellness and Physical Activity Lifestyle Series Bundle with Activity Tracking Software by DHS Group –Engage to support online courses and programs in Kinesiology, Physical Education and Health Services at colleges and universities throughout the country.
We’re happy to introduce you to one of the newest members of the DHS Group team – EVP, Engineering Kent Cramer. We recently had the opportunity to chat a bit more with Kent and learn more about his experience and his thoughts on joining DHS Group.
Our guest blog series, where we feature industry leaders and partners and give readers the opportunity to read expert advice from across the wellbeing and employee benefits industries, is back this week with a post from our partners at Best Money Moves.
Often employees participating in employee wellbeing programs feel like their employer might be forcing them to do things that are “outside the scope of their employment opportunities,” when they ask them to participate in programming. This is where incentives can come in.
The FTC reports that medical identity theft victims see changes to their health care records, significant bills for medical goods and services that they didn’t receive, issues with insurance and more. Is there a better way?
Whether you are traveling for work or a fun filled family vacation, having nutritious meals and snacks on the road can be a challenge. DHS Group Registered Dietitian joins the blog to share some recommendations on how to save calories AND money this summer.
Data’s immense value, if integrated into a useful data warehouse, is cemented in the fact that it can be used in so many different ways and areas of a company’s strategy – improving and impacting things from the top to the bottom all while helping save money, improve employee engagement and wellbeing, advance benefits programs and more.
Despite the knowledge of their benefits and strengths, there are myths and questions that follow employee benefits and wellbeing – just like there are in every other area of life. We’re taking a look at a few of the “most popular” employee benefits and wellbeing myths and debunk them.
We’re excited to introduce you to the newest member of the DHS Group team – VP of Business Development Andrew Hyman. We recently had the opportunity to chat a bit more with Andrew and learn more about his experience and his thoughts on joining DHS Group.
Maybe you’re already putting mental health strategies to work for your employees or maybe you’re hoping to in the near future. Wherever you are in the journey, DHS Group’s VP of Employer Solutions and experience employee wellbeing professional Rich Siegenthaler, has a few recommendations to both get you started and make sure you’re covering all the bases you should be.
It’s becoming more and more obvious that the time to “just talk” about the value of analytics and data and what they can do to help companies combat high healthcare and benefits costs is over and the time to take action has arrived.
Trained in fitness, nutrition and counseling, wellness coaches become an asset in helping their clients develop personal plans and keep them accountable for reaching their goals. Most importantly, a good coach understands the barriers their clients face and help them find reasonable solutions to overcome them.
Analytics are a valuable way to look at your company’s health information – pulling together disconnected and ransomed data and turning it into a real way to understand your employee benefits and wellness decisions to take control of your information once and for all.
If you’re in a position where you coordinate wellness programs for employees and you haven’t asked yourself the question – Is this challenge program worth it? – at least once, we’d be surprised to hear it. Hopefully, when that question came through your mind, you answered “yes,” but if not, we’re here to change your mind.