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Vitality at Workplaces
Business of Healthcare Offerings
  • #1 cost issue for employers today – Healthcare
  • Approximately 59.5% of the population has employment-based health insurance
  • Changing Demographics - More older Americans are embracing the concept of “working retirement”
  • From 1992-2002, the US labor force grew 11.3% but the individuals receiving long-term disability increased 62%
  • The second leading cause of disability for people in the workforce between the ages 45 -64 years  is related to heart disease
  • 27% of total healthcare costs are attributable to obesity
  • 90% of Americans have preventable risk factors are driving up healthcare costs

Stress – the 21st Century Syndrome - A special commentary on unmanaged consequences of stress on productivity of your employees

The ONLY Solution : Promote Workforce Health Insurers tell companies to get aggressive about wellness Employers must be more aggressive in getting workers to engage in wellness programs and risk assessment screenings that can lead to lower health care costs, according to major health plans representatives at the Pittsburgh Business Group on Health's Executive Leadership Forum. Brian McGarry of Aetna said most employers offer disease management programs but don't track participation or results. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (3/2), Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (3/2)  Special Commentary on Consequences of Unmanaged Stress for Productivity of your employees

  • Difficulty getting up in the morning
  • Continuing fatigue not relieved by sleep
  • Lethargy
  • Increased effort to do everyday tasks
  • Decreased ability to handle stress
  • Increased time to recover from illness or trauma
  • Lightheaded when standing up quickly
  • Mild depression
  • Less enjoyment or happiness with life
  • Symptoms increase if meals skipped or inadequate
  • Thoughts less focused more fuzzy
  • Memory less accurate
  • Decreased tolerance
  • Don’t really wake up until 10 am
  • Afternoon low between 3 -4pm