Wellness Coalition America
Comprehensive Planning. Wellness Coalition America provides consulting services for all stages of your corporate wellness program. We are dedicated to empowering members to lead healthier lives.
Phase One: Consultation and Assessment
Expert Evaluation. The first phase includes an evaluation of your company’s current health and wellness culture based on available claims data and meetings with your benefits and HR departments to learn about existing and planned health initiatives. In this phase, we ask your employees to complete the following surveys:
When all the data is gathered, reviewed, and evaluated, we present recommendations for implementing wellness and prevention initiatives as well as various employee incentive options to increase participation and effectiveness.
Phase Two: Implementation
Strategic Motivation. The success of a Corporate Wellness program hinges on the investment of the employees. Promotions, incentives and education programs raise awareness and empower employees to change negative health behaviors. Wellness Coalition America assists by:
Phase Three: Review and Reporting
Adjusting to Change. By scheduling regular assessments and reviews, we adapt your corporate wellness program to changes within your company and to address specific requests from your employees. In addition to providing you with information on employee participation, progress and feedback, we deliver the following HIPAA-compliant reports:
Account Plan Management process:
* The Quarterly SLA document explicitly outlines all initiatives and goals which have been agreed upon by client and WCA. This document ensures our ability to meet and/or exceed client expectations.
Providing totally integrated administrative services
to self-insured employers for over 30 years.
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delivering exceptional service.
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Health Advocates support plan members by
educating them on the importance of early
detection, prevention and primary care