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For Indiana non-profit Bosma Enterprises, an unwavering mission to help employees lead healthier lives

For more than 100 years, Bosma Enterprises has led the way in fulfilling its mission to support and serve Indiana’s citizens who are blind and visually impaired, serving nearly a thousand clients each year. Programs range from counseling and support to job training and skills development to help adults stay self-sufficient. It also operates a […]

Father of 6 Finds New Hope After Tragedy

Rick Huffman says he was overweight for most of his life. He noticed when people stared at him, and found comfort hiding behind baggy clothes. The father of six works at CNO Financial in Indiana. Huffman also serves as Worship Director at his church, United Family Wesleyan, where he sings and plays keyboards and guitar. […]

Global auto manufacturer partners with OurHealth to improve employee quality of life

KYB Americas is the world’s largest supplier of OEM shocks and struts and considers Toyota, Subaru, Honda, Nissan and Mitsubishi as its main customers. KYB also has a huge aftermarket business supplying automotive parts to retailers like Advance Auto Parts and O’Reilly’s. At the company’s 500,000-square-foot operation just south of Indianapolis in Franklin, Ind., more […]

Too many wellness vendors? A near-site or onsite clinic can help

by Hannah Walker, Total Rewards Director  If you lead your organization’s HR or benefits team, you know vendor fatigue is real. Dealing with too many vendors — each with their own agenda, points of contact, processes and pitch — gets tiresome quickly. Your time, resources and budget can only go so far. Fortunately, many organizations […]

OurHealth enters Cincinnati market with plans for onsite, near-site clinics

Indianapolis company to create 30 jobs as healthcare model gains popularity. INDIANAPOLIS (July 30, 2018) – OurHealth, the nation’s largest near-site healthcare clinic network for employers, announced today it will open multiple clinics in Cincinnati to satisfy growing demand in the area. OurHealth is in the final contracting stage with several Cincinnati-based companies and will […]

For Family-owned Bank, Giving Employees More is Giving Back

For Centier Bank, the choice to give its associates primary care services via an onsite clinic came down to one reason: Family. Founded in 1895, Centier is Indiana’s largest, private family-owned financial institution and the idea of family permeates every aspect of the organization’s culture, says Chrisanne Christ, Senior Partner in Human Resource Development. That […]

Opinion: Doctors, Think Twice About Using This Term

by Kevin Wineinger MD Stop saying ‘morbid obesity.’ Stop coding it, remove it from your problem lists, and if you hear someone describe a patient using the phrase, politely correct them. What’s wrong with saying a patient is morbidly obese, you ask? For starters, it is an outdated adjective for patients who have a BMI […]

3 Ways to Increase ROI on Healthcare Spending

When it comes to increasing ROI, healthcare initiatives likely aren’t the first things that come to mind. Outside of payroll, healthcare costs are traditionally one of the largest operating expenses for a company. And in a volatile healthcare landscape, enterprise insurance rates and premiums can fluctuate wildly, leaving unprepared organizations with huge bills.

Measuring Onsite Clinic Value: 5 Questions to Answer

As employee healthcare trends rapidly change (think rising insurance costs or aging employees), employers have turned to newer trends to help deliver premium healthcare experiences without premium costs. One of these trends — onsite clinics — is providing both employers and employees real advantages.  Employers are drawn to the potential cost-saving results of onsite clinics […]

ROI vs. VOI: What’s the Best Measure for a Healthcare Investment?

BY STEPHEN FEIDER, CONTROLLER, OURHEALTH As healthcare goes through a series of abrupt changes, many employers are now looking for ways to deliver premium healthcare experiences directly to employees without increasing costs. By 2025, experts expect that nearly $1.6 trillion of U.S. healthcare spending will be wasted dollars, with a majority of that waste being […]