University of Louisville
The University of Louisville (UofL) launched Get Healthy Now in 2005 as a voluntary, incentive-based program designed to nurture a culture of health, engage employees, contain health care costs and decelerate the rate of increase in UofL’s overall cost of coverage. A 2012-2013 ROI analysis found UofL health management program participants saw an average claims savings of $1,300.
Piedmont Natural Gas
Learn how Piedmont’s commitment to employee health is creating a culture of health that retains—and attracts—top talent.
As a health care organization, Avera places as a top priority not only the health of its patients, but also the health and well-being of its employees. Avera partnered with HealthFitness to launch its corporate wellness program.
Auto parts manufacturer
A leading auto parts manufacturer provides a robust corporate wellness solution with on-site HealthFitness staff working to build a culture of health for the company’s 12,000 employees in 18 manufacturing plants throughout the United States.
Construction equipment manufacturer
A leading global manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment partners with HealthFitness to provide a comprehensive wellness program that includes on-site health screenings, health assessments, health advisors, health coaching programs and a technology platform.
Bosch is a global supplier of technology and services and partners with HealthFitness to provide corporate wellness programs to its 24,600 U.S. employees in 70 sites. HealthFitness conducted focus groups to help Bosch engage its manufacturing workers in corporate wellness programs and, by extension, in their own health and well-being.
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: Manufacturing company
The world’s leading producer of agricultural products partners with HealthFitness to create a blended approach to corporate wellness, providing health management programs to 5,000 employees in 24 locations and corporate fitness services to the company’s 12 on-site fitness centers.
Case Study: Financial institution
A leading financial institution partnered with HealthFitness in 2012 to build a 10,000-square-foot corporate fitness facility. As a result, membership has increased more than 60 percent, making the fitness center a valuable asset for the company, its employees and the tenants of the building.
Case Study: Global manufacturer
Keeping employees safe and injury-free is a priority for this global manufacturer of consumer goods. So much so, in fact, that the company designed a program for employees similar to what professional athletes use to condition themselves for peak performance.
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.
Case Study: Car manufacturer
This Midwest auto manufacturer partnered with HealthFitness to manage its three wellness centers and provide creative programming and delivery for its 25,000 employees.
Case Study: Biotechnology company
Caring for the health of its 9,200 employees is a priority at this leading biotechnology company. If employees need a quick energy boost, they can take any of 91 free exercise classes offered weekly at the company's 24,000 square foot fitness center.