Keep your employees informed about their health and engaged in their health care with Johns Hopkins employee health programs. These low-cost, high-impact employee benefits provide online information and specially trained health navigators and coaches to support and guide your employees on their journey to better health.
Whether you run a small business or a multi-national corporation, employee absenteeism and reduced productivity due to poorly managed chronic diseases substantially impacts your health care bottom line. Johns Hopkins HealthyWorks programs aim to improve that bottom line by improving your employees’ health.
Obesity is a prime risk factor for diabetes, a chronic condition that costs employers about $7,900 per employee per year. But it takes more than a fad diet or a gym membership to decrease weight. That’s why HealthyWorks coach-based programs have been developed to engage employees and promote healthy eating and activity for a lifetime.
Most employees spend nearly a third of their life at work. Research reinforces what employers large and small are starting to understand: employees who are physically and mentally healthy are happier at work and more productive. By providing evidence-based health programs, not only are employers building and supporting a culture of health but also effectively addressing the challenge of skyrocketing health care costs.
Our team of population health experts apply the most advanced tools to analyze your data and provide the insights you need to improve the health of your workforce. The Johns Hopkins ACG® System is used worldwide by employers, payers, and providers to plan, fund, allocate and manage health care services.
Johns Hopkins clinicians, scientists, policy experts and administrators have a long history of consulting with employers, health systems, governments and their ministries to help them better understand and solve health care’s many challenges, which now include patient safety and engagement, care quality, and chronic disease management.