12 Feb PROVIDE TOOLS, REWARD RESULTS
OFFERING WELLNESS TOOLS ONLY HELPS IF THEY PRODUCE RESULTS
When it comes to program success, Bravo takes an approach that is different than others in the industry; one that inspires real behavior change and drives personal accountability. Our tactic — develop a strategy that insists your team maintains good health or improves upon their health risks in order to earn a reward.
Bravo understands that no two people are the same and that the best interventions and strategies for health improvement vary by person and will be influenced by a variety of factors such as age, gender, and tech savviness. Should it matter what the participant does, as long as they make health improvement? We don’t think so.
In fact, we even encourage you to offer a partial reward for those who make progress mid-year. By acknowledging and rewarding their effort, it can motivate and encourage lasting behavior change. Together, let’s impact the health of your participants and see lives change!
The Affordable Care Act’s Wellness Regulations for health-contingent, outcomes-based incentive programs require employers to include health improvement tools and resources. Whether it be a list of services provided by your carrier, or a vendor who will work one-on-one with your participants, these resources need to be shared to steer your participants in the right direction and to set them up for success.
Bravo can integrate with your existing wellness vendor or you can choose to utilize one of our health improvement partners. But as you know, simply having these tools in place does no good unless they are used. Similarly, completion of a program doesn’t mean success unless progress or a change in behavior has been made.