Healthy Lives™ powered by Baptist Health Care is a comprehensive solution to help employers improve their employees' health and productivity and reduce their health care costs. The system was developed in 2010 to engage employees and their families in their own health care management, deliver programs that change behavior, and help businesses obtain and use data that can drive greater value and lower health care expenses.
Healthy Lives has four components:
- Analytics and Coaching
- Health Risk Assessment and Screening
- Interactive Wellness Services & Rewards Program
- Personalized Health Coaching
Healthy Lives programs are tailored for each employer, delivering custom-built, data-driven corporate health and wellness services through an unparalleled combination of deep clinical expertise, personal service, and comprehensive solutions. The Healthy Lives staff spends time on-site in order to track how programs are working, make adjustments as needed, and answer questions. They can provide information on health care issues like which wellness programs will provide the most return on investment, and identify trends that can drive greater value and lower health care expenses.
The Healthy Lives executive team works with your company's management to reach your business goals. Health Coaches work directly with your high-risk employees and their families to reach their health and wellness goals. The result is:
- Healthier, more engaged employees through effective, targeted programs
- Increased productivity and better attendance
- Lower long-term healthcare costs by:
Improving the health status of your employees and their families
Using medical services more wisely
Helping employers make the best use of their investments
Negotiating better premiums
Healthy Lives is offered by Baptist Health Care, Pensacola's only community-owned, not-for-profit health care organization committed to improving the quality of life for people and communities in Northwest Florida and South Alabama. A 2003 Malcolm Baldrige recipient, Baptist continuously strives to be a national leader in quality and service.
Baptist Health Care includes four hospitals, two medical parks, Baptist Manor, Baptist Leadership Group, Andrews Institute for Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, Lakeview Center and Baptist Medical Group. With more than 6,000 employees and employed physicians, Baptist Health Care is the largest non–governmental employer in northwest Florida. The Healthy Lives approach and focus was developed in 2010 by Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health System in Baton Rouge, La. The mission of Healthy Lives is to promote health, wellness and spiritual wholeness.
For more information, please visit http://www.ebaptisthealthcare.org/Homepage/ .
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