ROI and Employee Participation
If you are one of the decision makers for the wellness program at your company, a health insurance broker, employee benefits consultant, medical professional, certified coach / trainer, wellness practitioner, or a passionate individual who deeply cares about IMPROVING THE HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF EITHER INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS, the Kangen Oasis is now available to help you and your employees/clients. The Kangen Oasis will provide you with a Certified Corporate Wellness Coach to help dramatically increase your wellness program ROI and Employee Participation.
Why should I be interested in Corporate Wellness?
A meta-review of 42 published studies of work site health promotion programs shows:
- Average 28% reduction in sick leave absenteeism
- Average 26% reduction in health costs
- Average 30% reduction in workers’ compensation and disability management claims costs
- Average $5.93-to-$1 savings-to-cost ratio
- A review of 73 published studies of work site health promotion programs shows an average $3.50-to-$1 savings-to-cost ratio in reduced absenteeism and health care costs.
Why is there so much interest in Wellness?
People are finally realizing how much lifestyle plays in illness and disease. 75% of all health care spending in the US can be attributed to unhealthy lifestyles and 87% of health care claims cost are due to lifestyle. The cost of medical care and health insurance demands more attention on staying well, especially as more of the cost of health care is being shifted to employees and individuals.
Businesses can see a significant return on investment for offering a properly designed wellness program. Proposed legislation will make some wellness provisions mandatory. Unfortunately, with the economic hardship facing most organizations in today’s struggling economy, health and wellness programs are often one of the first “elective benefits” to be cut or forgotten within an organization. However, with health care costs continuing to spiral out of control, improving the health and wellness of your employees is an effort your organization can’t afford to ignore.
Forbes Magazine reported that the National Health Care Expenditure in the U.S. is Three trillion for 2012, yet the C.I.A reports that the U.S. doesn’t even rank in the top 35 countries in life expectancy for the period of 2005-2010. How is it that the U.S. spends far more than any other country per capita on health care but our state of health as a country is rapidly declining while the numbers below are continuing to increase?
Over 70 Million Americans have some form of Cardiovascular Disease.
Over 30 Million Americans suffer from migraine headaches.
Over 60 Million Americans suffer from heartburn at least once a month.
Over 100 Million Americans are obese.
Over 25 Million Americans have diabetes.
According to the National Coalition on Health Care, employee health insurance premiums increased by 5 percent in 2008; this represents twice the rate of inflation. The good news is, it’s believed that 60 to 80 percent of these costs are preventable. One of the best ways to lower health care costs is to improve employees’ behavior related to health.
What if the common health problems that are causing your employees to be unproductive and extremely expensive to insure could be addressed by simply changing the kind and amount of water they consume. What if your company no longer had to buy water for the employees every month and how much money would your company save? What if one of the people recommending this new type of water served as the on-call cardiologist for the Queen of England, U.S. Presidents, (including President Obama), and the Pope to name a few.
What if the machine that makes this “miracle/magic” water actually is a licensed medical devise in Japan and can be financed for less than $50.00 per month?
The Ultimate Low-Cost Strategy for Implementing, Improving, or Complementing Your Wellness Programs!
If your organization wants to implement or continue an existing wellness program, but is struggling to find the funding, or the participation to do so, consider this. Every living thing on earth participates in water consumption but is all water the same? The Japanese are ranked number one in life expectancy and they drink more Kangen Water than any other country in the world. We are not saying there is a direct correlation, but we are saying that a growing number of distinguished health care practitioners are opening their minds, doing their due diligence, trying the water themselves, seeing results and recommending Kangen Water to a very diverse growing group of V.I.P’s and every day people who are enjoying astonishing results.
If you’re a decision maker can you really afford not to further investigate Kangen Water?