There is not a one-size fits-all health and wellbeing solution. Personal interactions are a perfect way to meet members where they are at and help them develop the skills they need to succeed.
Participants learn about their health risks and the impact of daily habits. 92% of participants report that their health coach helped them understand their health and 94% said their coach gave them the confidence to reach their goal.
We verify health changes for participants in our year-over-year biometric screening programs. Those who engage in health coaching programs improve their health far beyond those who don’t have the support of a coach.
Does health coaching actually work? We get asked this a lot. Probably because there are a lot of programs out there that promise big results and don’t work. That’s just frustrating, especially if you’ve been a part of one of them.
Participants realize that our approach is different from the very first coaching call. Our coaches help each participant identify the small changes they can make. Why small? Starting small helps participants develop healthy habits that last. The result is happy, healthy and confident employees.
Change is hard. How do you get people to change?
What does a program look like?
For groups who offer biometric screenings. Each participant receives one coaching session to help them understand their results and develop a plan to improve their wellbeing.
Focus is on the highest risk participants. Each receives a quarterly coaching session.
Dedicated support for those diagnosed with chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and more.
How to measure your coaching program
If you’re like most people out there, you want results. Your employees do too. If they’re taking the time to make a change and do something out of their comfort zone, they want to know that it’s worthwhile. We measure results a few different ways:
It’s important to know how many people in your eligible population sign up. This tells us if the programs available were appealing.
If employees aren’t completing the program, that’s a problem. We track completion rates so we know when and why people drop out.
Improvements in biometric screening results, lifestyle surveys, or biometric data from connected devices is a great indicator of the impact to health.
We want to know if our members value their experience with us. Participants report that the interaction with their coach was meaningful.