We're on a mission to change the trajectory of employee health.

Health Debt /helTH det/

Noun

  1. The accumulated impact of changes in health behaviors that will have long-term negative effects on health.

    Health debt in U.S. adults has increased due to delayed or missed preventive screenings, delayed treatment of existing diseases, forgone chronic condition management activities and change in behaviors that negatively impact health (increased alcohol/tobacco use, worse diet habits, reduced physical activity).

Americans have accumulated a tremendous amount of health debt since the pandemic began. We likely won’t understand the full financial or health impact for several years.

But if something doesn’t change now, it could mean a tsunami of healthcare, productivity and human costs are headed our way due to worsened and untreated chronic diseases, undiagnosed health issues and unhealthy lifestyles.

How much do health risks and chronic diseases
cost your organization today?

Obesity:

Obesity-Prevalence-icon

42.4%

Prevalence in U.S. Population

Source

HealthcareCostPerPerson-icon

$2,505

Healthcare Cost Per Person

Source

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$506

Productivity Loss Per Person

Source

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$638,332

Average Cost Per 500 Employees

 

High Blood Pressure:

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47.3%

Prevalence in U.S. Population

Source

HealthcareCostPerPerson-icon

$1,378

Healthcare Cost Per Person

Source

ProductivityLossPerPerson-icon-1

$230

Productivity Loss Per Person

Source

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$380,292

Average Cost Per 500 Employees

 

Pre-Diabetes:

PreDiabetes-Prevalence-icon

38%

Prevalence in U.S. Population

Source

HealthcareCostPerPerson-icon

$500

Healthcare Cost Per Person

Source

ProductivityLossPerPerson-icon-1

Unknown

Productivity Loss Per Person

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$95,000

Average Cost Per 500 Employees

 

Diabetes:

Diabetes-Prevalence-icon

11.3%

Prevalence in U.S. Population

Source

HealthcareCostPerPerson-icon

$9,601

Healthcare Cost Per Person

Source

ProductivityLossPerPerson-icon-1

$3,640

Productivity Loss Per Person

Source

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$748,117

Average Cost Per 500 Employees

 

Smoking:

Smoking-Prevalence-icon

15.5%

Prevalence in U.S. Population

Source

HealthcareCostPerPerson-icon

$2,056

Healthcare Cost Per Person

Source

ProductivityLossPerPerson-icon-1

$3,760

Productivity Loss Per Person

Source

AverageCostPer500Employees-icon-1

$450,740

Average Cost Per 500 Employees

 

How Bravo Wellness Programs Reduce Employee Health Debt

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Close gaps in care and increase health benefits utilization.

We connect employees to programs and people that help them prevent and reduce health risks, including coaching, disease management, their primary care physician, and other wellness program resources.

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Measurably improve employee health.

We provide the coaching, resources and motivation employees need to improve their health—because healthier team members mean better productivity, increased employee engagement, and lower healthcare costs.

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Engage employees that are typically hard to reach.

Our workplace wellness programs meet your employees where they are, no matter when their workday starts, their current health status, or whether they’re behind a desk, on the factory floor, caring for patients, or on the go.

Now is the perfect time to invest in employee wellness. Team up with us to eliminate employee health debt.

Employers have an opportunity to change the trajectory of their healthcare spending and employee health as COVID-19 enters the endemic phase.

For over 13 years, Bravo's has helped hundreds of employer groups reduce healthcare costs and boost employee well-being. Check out the results our clients have achieved here, or fill out the form if you're ready to learn more about how a Bravo program can strengthen your people and your business.