Health by Design’s program results for employee participation (engagement), behaviour change, measured risk changes and impact on subsequent return on investment (ROI), vastly exceed industry standards.

Many health providers provide engagement figures and health risk reduction data that is not measured as a percentage of total population. In our view, all program planning and data management needs to target ‘total population’ because engaging the first 20, 30 or 40% is ‘easy’. Many of these people are already diligently looking after themselves! The closer we get to 100% engagement, the higher the value proposition and impact escalates for the client.

Health by Design 2017 average program results – 12 month programs

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It is important to emphasise that:

  • The figures above are referring to percentages of TOTAL POPULATION. Many providers provide similar percentages but are often misrepresented in the sense that the percentages are from those who signed up – ie. A site of 100 people, had 10 participants and 5 were successful in implementing actions relating to their risk area, making measured improvements and/or making risk range changes. The result if sometimes listed as ‘50% achieving positive outcomes’. By our system, that would be 5% achieving positive outcomes.
  • The engagement / participation levels listed above are MONTHLY. Again, industry standards sometimes measure engagement as ‘once per year involvement’. By our standards, that type of engagement will not provide sustainable behaviour change and impact against risks.

The excellent data above demonstrates that if you can engage them, you can change their behaviours, and work progressively towards reducing measured risk.

To our knowledge, these program outcomes exceed those achieved by any workplace program in Australia or globally” – Greg McLoughlin, Managing Director

Our targeted, integrated and sustainable programs and services concurrently and cohesively address multiple risk areas. What can we do for your workforce?