Wellness Culture & Leadership Recommendations

At USPM, we know that in order for wellness to make an impact on a workplace, it must be integrated within the organization’s culture. That’s why USPM works with employers throughout the country to assess and identify key strategies for an organization to become a well workplace.

We have significant expertise and experience in evaluating and providing employer health and wellness initiatives, evidence-based, integrated and holistic population health management solutions.  A key starting point for any client is a culture assessment:

Key objectives of our wellness culture assessment are to:

  • Determine the current state of the wellness and benefit program(s)
  • Analyze the prevalence of chronic conditions and health risk distribution within the population
  • Understand the culture and informal communication structure
  • Assess the readiness of the organization’s staff to adopt a culture of health
  • Identify the positive physical attributes of the organization’s workplace as they relate to wellness
  • Gauge the level of senior leadership and key stakeholder support in becoming a well workplace

Foundation for a Culture of Health

We work with our clients to outline recommendations and strategies aligned with the organization’s core values to determine best practices when implementing a comprehensive health and wellness strategy. Our approach centers around three pillars necessary to achieve strong engagement and outcomes that empower employers to shift from a reactive health benefits model that responds to medical concerns once they arise to a model that proactively engages staff, dependents, and retirees to healthier lifestyles.

Our philosophy is simple:

  1. Culture determines what will work
  2. Better health and wellbeing are achieved through individuals engaging in preventive care and behavior change
  3. Environment sustains change

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