Moving towards an outcomes-based approach to wellness, with a focus on prevention


Article on Seattle Business Magazine Online

Alexa Galluzzo, Managing Consultant of Health and Productivity at The Partners Group, discusses moving towards an outcomes-based approach to wellness, with a focus on prevention.

“The right strategy for your company – knowing where your risk is and being able to implement programs with targeted interventions to address it mitigates your risk over time.” Click here to read the full article and view a helpful video.

In this webinar video we share ideas and strategies for implementing a workplace wellness program into your workplace. First we focus on the benefits of a workplace wellness program, both from the employer perspective and then also from the employee perspective. We also share some tips for focusing on prevention and talk about specific risk reduction strategies that you can implement in your workplace. Then we wrap it up with what’s next in workplace wellness.

Case Study:
We’ve highlighted a particular employer and how they went down the path of implementing a workplace risk reduction strategy in this case study.

Legal Guidelines:
Additionally we’ve invited our legal counsel, Iris Tilley from Barran Liebman Attorneys, to address legal considerations to be aware of when moving forward with a health contingent wellness program. For details around the legal requirements of incorporating a contingent outcomes based program into your workplace, click here.

Within the Employer Services Division of the Partners Group, we not only offer employee benefits, we also provide employee health and productivity consulting services, healthcare analytics, total absence management consulting services, as well as employer retirement plans.

Please contact us if we can be of further assistance to you.

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Alexa Galluzzo, Managing Consultant, Health and Productivity, The Partners Group