Benefits

Changing lifestyle to address the root cause of disease not only improves health, it reduces the need for expensive treatments and procedures, doctor visits, and medications. All this adds up to substantial financial gains for payers and patients. Learn about the benefits specific to employers, healthcare providers, and individuals.

For Employers

There is immense profit in health, especially for self-insured companies. The scientific evidence is clear: improving health among employees provides employers with significant savings and a positive ROI. The top five chronic disease conditions nationally cost employers more than $30 billion dollars per year;1 yet all are related to unhealthful lifestyle behaviors. Learn what you can do to reverse the trend, with the savings going right to your company’s bottom line.

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For Healthcare Providers

The practice of lifestyle medicine holds the potential for serious cost savings for insurance payers, but lifestyle medicine is not easy within a conventional practice model. Even though chronic conditions like hypertension, overweight, and type 2 diabetes have mounting costs that are jeopardizing the future of health benefits, decision makers need hard data to justify changes. Prepare for these discussions and get educated on how treating the causes of disease and creating health can potentially lower healthcare costs for the organization.

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For Individuals

Medications, doctor visits, and sick days are just the beginning of the financial and personal costs of chronic illness. The good news is that chronic conditions are a result of poor lifestyle choices, which means that you have the power to take control of your health. Add years to your life and life to your years, with vitality, energy, and time to enjoy loved ones. Learn more about how you can take your health into your own hands and keep your money for the things that matter most to you.

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