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Employee Health: A Competitive Business Advantage

Improving the overall health of your company might sound like a daunting task. For large companies where employees are spread out across the nation, the task of instilling a unifying culture of health is even greater. But if even a single employee achieves a higher level of well-being as a direct result of a workplace wellness program, it’s a worthy investment in the future health of that employee and the company, since employees are your greatest assets.

At Cooper Consulting Partners our team is focused on results— your results. You may be curious as to how we can go about getting your company results. As the business-to-business entity of Cooper Aerobics we use a consulting model to get you those results. Here’s how our model works:

  • Diagnosis: We conduct a comprehensive audit of your employee health claims data and your organization’s readiness, to gain an in-depth understanding of your organization’s current state and its impact on your health care costs.
  • Design: We work with your leadership to make sure that the health management plan lines up with your business goals.
  • Implementation: Our team aids in management oversight and support of your overall operation plan with measurement, reporting of outcomes and captured health care cost savings.

If you’re interested in learning more about our approach register for our Leading a Healthy Change Seminar on Thursday, Nov. 7 from 7:30-9:30. It’s free and you’ll get practical strategies to influence healthier employees to take on a competitive business advantage.

We know that companies, along with the rest of the health care system, are grappling with the extremely difficult and sometimes baffling situation of ever-increasing health care costs, but smart leaders know that healthy employees are more engaged in their work and deliver better results. A single employee’s success story can cause a ripple effect, positively impacting the lives of many more—and the company’s bottom line.

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