Typical Programs Deliver Typical Results

Your average wellness program is built to be easy for the program providers—not for the program’s real success. They start by assessing employee health and base their results on weak and misleading information.

Self-reported data from HRA’s are highly subjective by nature—strongly influenced by pride and concerns for privacy.

Finger-prick tests may measure glucose and traditional lipid (TCHOL, LDL-C, HDL-C and TG) but do very little to accurately assess the common health issues that drive spending.