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Solutions for Wellness service providers

Whether you are considering offering or currently offering wellness services to your clients/members, we will partner with you to develop a strategic vision for your wellness service offerings and an operating plan that really works.
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CASE STUDY: HARVARD PILGRIM HEALTH CARE

Who: A regional health plan serving four states (MA, NH, ME, CT).

Issue: Harvard Pilgrim wanted to organize and clarify their wellness service portfolio to employer groups. Additionally, they wanted to develop branding for their wellness offerings to improve the marketing of these services.

Results: Partnering with AdvancingWellness, Harvard Pilgrim now has a strategic vision for their services portfolio and assistance in developing standard communications and marketing materials.

CASE STUDY: MASS MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION

Who: An insurance and services provider to Massachusetts municipalities providing wellness services as part of a health trust.

Issue: The Association had a desire to have wellness service offerings that followed the WHP industry standard, implementing the best practices for worksite wellness.

Results: With AdvancingWellness, MIIA created a new vision and revised operating plan to improve effectiveness in all of their wellness services delivery.

CASE STUDY: COUNCIL OF SMALLER ENTERPRISES (COSE)

Who: An Ohio-based small business association with 10,000 member companies.

Issue: COSE needed a strategic direction for any wellness services they may choose to offer to their member companies.

Results: With the help of AdvancingWellness, COSE collected actionable and meaningful data that directly impacted their strategic decision-making with regard to wellness services to members.

CASE STUDY: MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Who: Massachusetts state health department

Issue: The MA DPH realized that the general health of the Massachusetts population was declining and worksite wellness programming could be an effective intervention, but found most Massachusetts employers lacked the skills and knowledge to create and implement effective wellness programs.

Results: In partnering with AdvancingWellness 62 MA employers with 50,000 employees were taught skills to implement and evaluate wellness programs