Health Management and Corporate Fitness
Case Study: Johnson & Johnson
As a leader in the health care industry, and with a deep commitment to its employees and their well-being (J&J Credo), J&J needed a long-term solution to develop and grow a world-class fitness and corporate wellness program.
Case Study: Eastman Chemical Company
HealthFitness was selected as Eastman’s vendor of choice in 1989 to implement health risk assessments (HRAs) to 1,500 employees at the company’s corporate headquarters. Eastman’s assessment program expanded in 1994 to include all eligible employees at the headquarters site. Over time, Eastman’s business relationship with HealthFitness has grown considerably to include a comprehensive suite of wellness services.
Case Study: Rexnord
As a company with self-insured health benefits, cutting health care costs attributable to modifiable risks is a top concern for Rexnord. A health risk assessment (HRA), completed in 2007, showed that nearly 40 percent of men older than 50 had not had PSA exams, 10 percent had high blood pressure and a third of the population was pre-hypertensive. Additionally, 36 percent of associates were obese.
Case Study: State of Nebraska
The State of Nebraska selected HealthFitness to launch its new wellness program, "wellnessoptions", designed to encourage healthy behaviors. The state has since enjoyed a $4.2 million reduction in claims and strong participation rates. It was also awarded the C. Everett Koop National Health Award, which requires stringent requirements for demonstrating health improvements and cost savings.
Case Study: Piedmont Natural Gas
Piedmont Natural Gas is a Charlotte, N.C.-based gas distribution company that services about one million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. With an aging workforce, Piedmont approached HealthFitness seeking to contain rising health care and disability costs through improved employee health.
Client Profile: Applied Materials
In 2012, Applied Materials, a technology company with campuses in Santa Clara, Calif., and Austin, Texas, selected HealthFitness to provide corporate fitness services. The project included transitioning six corporate fitness centers, three on each campus, and the development of the new AMP Wellness Center at the Santa Clara site. With a spa-like feel and adjoining medical clinic, the AMP Wellness Center provides one location for employee wellness.
Client Profile: University of Louisville
The University of Louisville contracted HealthFitness in 2013 to renovate its campus gym into a state-of-the-art wellness center. The newly updated 22,000-square-foot facility is known as the Get Healthy Now Center.
Client Profile: Eaton
Eaton is a diversified power management company that contracted HealthFitness to help design, furnish, recruit and staff a three-story, 33,000-square-foot on-site fitness center. Just four months after opening, 72 percent of Eaton Center employees are active at the fitness center—about four times the industry expectation.
Case Study: Multinational corporation
This multinational conglomerate corporation contracted HealthFitness to design its on-site health and fitness centers and programs. The company also selected HealthFitness as its partner to manage the centers and associated health and fitness programs.