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Valeo Case Study

  • Healthcare costs were trending at 15 percent annually.
  • High employee retention resulted in an aging population.
  • High risk health factors such as obesity and tobacco use were prevalent.
  • Traditional wellness initiatives yielded low participation and no ROI.

Under guidance from their consultant, Valeo offered their U.S. team members an improvement-based wellness incentive approach, provided to nearly 1,500 team members. In comparison, approximately 1,500 individuals in a partnered business unit of Valeo were not offered this wellness plan, which created a natural control group. 

The control group projected a 10.25% market cost trend but those in the wellness program represented only a 2.5% claims cost trend.

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