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Return on Health: Taking a Different Approach to Employee Benefits

Any savvy business owner will tell you to analyze the Return on Investment (ROI) before making a purchasing decision. While it’s in every company’s best interest to evaluate ROI, many products and services, particularly in the employee benefits arena, do not deliver a direct dollar savings. They provide a different kind of value to the organization, best described as Return on Health (ROH).  

Download our white paper to learn:

  • The costs of financial, mental, and physical health
  • The impact of poor well-being on health and work performance
  • Resources employers can offer to improve well-being and see ROH

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Highly-stressed employees take twice as many sick days per year. See some startling stats on how stress impacts employee health and work performance in our infographic.

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DISCLOSURES

This discount card program is NOT insurance, not intended to replace insurance, and does not meet the minimum creditable coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act or Massachusetts M.G.L. c. 111M and 956 CRM 5.00. It contains a 30-day cancellation period, provides discounts only at the offices of contracted health care providers, and each member is obligated to pay the discounted medical charges in full at the point of service. For a complete list of disclosures, please click here. | Limitations, Exclusions and Exceptions | Discount Plan Organization: New Benefits, Ltd., Attn: Compliance Department, PO Box 803475, Dallas, TX 75380-3475.

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