Asset Health is a health and wellness consulting, management and technology firm. Our core mission is the delivery of improved employee/patient health, wellbeing, and productivity. Established in 2005, following over twenty years of client-centered experience in the successful definition of health culture, benefit plan design and plan administration, Asset Health has grown to understand the requirements of intrinsic motivation and whole person health and wellbeing. Asset Health partnered early on with cognitive psychologists from the University of Michigan and Northwestern University in developing our industry best-practice Knowledge Management platform. Our clients valued our strategic partnership and mutual success and demanded that we continuously expand our solution set. Today, Asset Health offers the most flexible and comprehensive employee engagement hub to the marketplace, designed to drive engagement and behavior change. Our unique cross-market, configurable platform delivers solutions to employers and health care providers of all sizes. We are dedicated to the unmitigated success of our clients and the improved health and well-being of each individual we serve. Our programs are focused on the whole person (mind, body and spirit), empowering employees through intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to take active ownership of their “most valuable asset” – their health.
With our comprehensive employee engagement hub, we offer our clients a highly configurable solution for their wellness program needs. We help our clients drive employee health comprehension, shape health culture and become healthier. Our services include: • Comprehensive dynamic online portal and resources • Health Assessment (HA) • Coordinated biometric integration & health measures dashboard • Client-focused, full-service account management and customer support • Flexible reward tracking, incentive management & outcomes-based program administration • Wellness activity tracking, goal setting, and customizable, engaging wellness challenges • Event scheduling and onsite support • Our unique Knowledge Management platform (online, interactive health and benefit courses) • Asset Health Mobile app (take your wellness program on the go) • Lifestyle management and targeted health coaching services • Onsite Wellness Coordinator support and engagement services (full-time or part-time) • Financial Wellness through our Healthy Cents platform offering • Robust, client branded communication design services • Integration with other system providers (i.e., the health plan, EAP, etc.) • All with extensive reporting on company and individual health improvementsGet More Info
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