Caring Place Healthcare Group Joins OurHealth’s Cincinnati MyClinic Network

Senior living provider is the latest company to offer near-site primary care

CINCINNATI (August 1, 2019) – OurHealth, the nation’s leading provider of near-site primary care clinics for employers, today announces a partnership with Caring Place Healthcare Group.

OurHealth will provide a full suite of primary care services, including wellness screens, physicals, acute care and health coaching for the company’s 230 medical plan-enrolled employees and their covered dependents. Based in Cincinnati, Caring Place Healthcare Group operates six healthcare centers across the greater Cincinnati area specializing in short-term rehab, nursing care, Alzheimer’s care, senior living and other senior health services.

OurHealth entered the Cincinnati market in early 2019 with the launch of its Cincinnati MyClinic network, which includes MyClinic locations in Springdale, The Shoppes at Kings Mills and at Fourth and Main Streets in downtown Cincinnati. A fourth MyClinic location will open this fall in Green Township.

The MyClinic network significantly lowers the barrier to entry by allowing employers to gain immediate access to a network of primary care clinics that are conveniently located within a 10-minute drive of the employee’s home or office.

Caring Place Healthcare Group adds to OurHealth’s growing presence in the Cincinnati area. In April, OurHealth announced a partnership with Hamilton County, Ohio. Other Cincinnati clients include First Financial Bank, Rumpke and ADVICS.

“As a healthcare provider, we strive to help our residents live active and healthy lifestyles, so it makes perfect sense that we offer exceptional health benefits for our staff,” says Chase Kohn, Caring Place COO. “OurHealth is a great fit for our company and we couldn’t be more excited to offer this benefit.”

Employers are attracted to OurHealth’s model for three key reasons — improved access to care for their employees and their dependents, independence from any hospital system or network allowing for unbiased referrals and robust reporting capabilities that allow business owners to easily understand their return on investment.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Caring Place to our Cincinnati MyClinic network,” said Ben Evans, OurHealth CEO and co-founder. “We’re confident they’ll love the experience, and we can’t wait to make an immediate impact on their employees’ health, and of course their bottom line.”

OurHealth is on a mission to save employers $1 billion in healthcare costs, and to date has saved its clients more than $160 million. The company takes a patient-focused approach to care, including waiting room times of less than five minutes, appointments that average 20 to 40 minutes and a patient satisfaction score of 98 percent.

In 2018, OurHealth patients lost a combined 40,000 pounds and 32,000 points of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. OurHealth clients enjoy an average savings of 17 percent on health plan costs through better management of chronic conditions, ER avoidance and reduced lab and drug costs. OurHealth clients include a wide range of employers of all sizes and industries, including the City of Indianapolis, Anthem, Harris Teeter, CNO Financial Group and the Indianapolis Airport Authority.

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About OurHealth

Founded in 2009, OurHealth provides employer-sponsored healthcare to organizations of all sizes via its onsite and near-site primary care clinics. OurHealth offers a comprehensive healthcare approach to its clients and their employees, which includes primary care services, wellness services, onsite laboratory and medication dispensing services and referral guidance. OurHealth operates clinics in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. To learn more about OurHealth, visit www.ourhealth.org.

OurHealth relocates headquarters to downtown Indianapolis amidst rapid business growth

Employer-sponsored clinic provider moves its headquarters operations to Indianapolis’ Market Tower building 

INDIANAPOLIS – Building on more than a decade of operations in Marion County, OurHealth today announces the relocation of its corporate headquarters from the city’s northside to Market Tower in the heart of downtown Indianapolis’ business district. The company is hiring for dozens of open positions, including finance, member relations, IT and engineering roles at its headquarters. 

Founded in 2009, OurHealth’s system of industry-leading near-site clinics, called the MyClinic network, significantly lowers the barrier to entry by allowing employers to gain immediate access to a network of primary care clinics. The company operates primary care clinics in six states, including Indiana where it has been headquartered since its inception. OurHealth was formerly headquartered in OneAmerica Tower in downtown Indianapolis but it has been on the city’s northside since 2017.  

“We’re thrilled to be back in the heart of the city’s business district,” said CEO, Ben Evans. “Downtown Indy is flourishing more than ever, which is a perfect match for OurHealth’s thriving culture. We’re excited about our growing business and this move represents an opportunity to attract top talent whose energy and passion for improving patient lives and saving employers money matches ours.”  

OurHealth, the nation’s largest near-site healthcare clinic network, has recently undergone rapid growth, highlighted by its expansion into Cincinnati, Ohio, earlier this year.  

In addition to expanding its clinic footprint, OurHealth has grown its client roster across all markets. Harris Teeter, a supermarket chain in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Hamilton County, Ohio, in Cincinnati both recently joined OurHealth’s networks. Other clients include the City of Indianapolis and Marion County, City of Charlotte, Anthem, First Financial Bank and the Indianapolis Airport Authority.  

OurHealth is on a mission to save employers $1 billion in healthcare costs, and to date has saved its clients more than $160 million. The company takes a patient-focused approach to care, including waiting times of less than five minutes, appointments that average 20 – 40 minutes and a patient satisfaction score of 98 percent.  

 In 2018, OurHealth patients lost a combined 40,000 pounds and 32,000 points of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. OurHealth clients enjoy an average savings of 17 percent on health plan costs through better management of chronic conditions, ER avoidance and reduced lab and drug costs.  

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About OurHealth 

OurHealth provides employer-sponsored healthcare to organizations of all sizes via its onsite and near-site primary care clinics. OurHealth offers a comprehensive healthcare approach to its clients and their employees, which includes primary care services, wellness services, onsite laboratory and medication dispensing services and referral guidance. OurHealth operates clinics in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. To learn more about OurHealth, visit www.ourhealth.org. 

OurHealth Patient Success: Yashica’s Story

Yashica Milton knew she was at risk of becoming diabetic. She has a family history, and previous testing had revealed elevated blood sugar levels, but she says the results were still shocking after a 2018 health screening with OurHealth revealed prediabetes.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prediabetes occurs when blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to signify Type 2 diabetes. It affects roughly 84 million American adults, and of that group, 90 percent are unaware they have prediabetes. Without lifestyle changes, people with prediabetes are very likely to progress to Type 2 diabetes.

Fortunately for Yashica, prediabetes can be reversed with healthy lifestyle changes, and she was more than up for the challenge. “I wanted to take control of it before it got there,” she says.

Yashica could access health coaching through her OurHealth benefits with Centier Bank in Merrillville Indiana. That’s where she first met Heather Semento, a certified health coach with OurHealth.

“I was kind of hesitant on doing health coaching,” she says. “Honestly, in my mind I didn’t think it would help. I don’t know why—I just assumed they would make me cut out everything and give me some really strict plan to follow, but it was nothing like I imagined.”

Yashica and Heather began meeting weekly to plan a path forward that focused on increasing her physical activity and making healthy changes to her diet. To Yashica’s surprise, she didn’t have to stop eating the foods she loved. Instead, Heather had her focus on moderation. That meant she could still have some of her favorite guilty pleasure foods like cookies and potato chips.

Yashica says the moderation approach made it easier to stay on track, and eventually her blood sugar started to tick down.

“At first it didn’t drop as fast as I thought it would but the more changes I made and the better I ate, the more it dropped,” she says. “It was awesome just to see I was moving in the right direction.”

Boosting her exercise was more challenging, and Yashica admits she spent most of the day sitting at her desk. But just like with her diet, they focused on small, attainable goals that ultimately began to pay off.

“Initially, it started with walking around the department a little bit, and then I started walking around our building,” she says. “Then it moved to the treadmill and elliptical and now I do jazzercise five days a week – and I absolutely love it.”

Within a year of starting health coaching with Heather, Yashica lost over 30 pounds and her A1c has dropped to a healthy measure without the use of any medication. She credits her success to her personal drive, but also having Heather to hold her accountable.

“I feel great,” she says. “Some days are better than others, and even when I don’t feel like working out I still do it because I always feel better afterward. I have so much more energy, I can walk more and my feet aren’t hurting anymore. I absolutely love exercising now. Who would’ve thought?”

Yashica believes she will maintain her new lifestyle moving forward and encourages others to stay focused and work hard toward achieving their health goals.

“It doesn’t happen overnight,” she says. “I think all of us want it to happen tomorrow, and that’s just not the case. If you keep pushing and moving forward, eventually you’ll see results.”

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OurHealth Patient Success: Lisa’s Story

Athletics have always been a big part of Lisa Herron’s life. She’s a former aerobics instructor, kickboxer and runner. In 2012 alone, Lisa completed six half-marathons.

But her genetics ultimately caught up with her. Over the last few years, Lisa underwent a foot surgery, followed by two cervical spine surgeries. She says it made it difficult to stay physically active.

In early 2019, Lisa started a job at OneAmerica Financial Partners in Indianapolis. She was due for her annual physical and could access OurClinic @ The Tower as a part of her employer benefits, so she scheduled a biometric screening. The results were a stark wake-up call.

“They didn’t come back favorably,” she says.

Lisa’s A1c measured 8 percent and her triglycerides measured over 500 mg/dl. An A1c reading above 6.5 percent indicates diabetes, while a triglyceride reading of 500 mg/dl falls in the “very high” range, according to the Mayo clinic.

Lisa had no idea she was at risk of diabetes. There’s a family history, but she says the thought never crossed her mind.

“It scared the daylights out of me,” she says. “But I wanted to live. In the past few months, I’ve lost four friends because of heart attacks and strokes, so it fueled me to be healthier.”

Lisa joined a diabetes support group and her benefits manager at OneAmerica encouraged her to try health coaching. That’s where she first met Debbie Richardson, a health coach with OurHealth.

Lisa was determined to change her lifestyle and get healthy. She began meeting regularly with Debbie and together they charted a healthy path forward that focused on lifestyle changes, not medication. She also joined a gym and started exercising several times per week.

Lisa says changing her diet was the hardest part.

“I love to cook, so I’ve had to reinvent the wheel of having healthier options,” she says. “Debbie’s guidance was that 90 percent of what goes on my plate needs to be vegetables with a clean protein.”

Lisa committed to eating only 1,600 calories per day and stuck with it. To help hold her accountable, Debbie helped her sync an app on her phone with her Fitbit so she could monitor her daily calorie intake.

Within three months of starting health coaching, Lisa’s A1c and triglycerides both dropped to a healthy measure (without the use of medication) and as an added bonus, she lost 30 pounds.

Lisa credits her success to the accountability and guidance she received from Debbie, and the support of her employer and the OurHealth clinic staff.

“She’s embraced the entire journey for me,” Lisa says. “The whole clinic and my employer more than wrapped themselves around me. It’s nice having the accessibility to have it done right here at our office building.”

Today, Lisa says she feels great and is full of energy. In May, she logged 100 miles on the treadmill. And her positive attitude has influenced friends and family to also make healthy lifestyle changes. Lisa’s mother recently lost 15 pounds while her boyfriend dropped 30 pounds.

“I’m trying to be a kick-ass 50-year-old,” she says, adding that she’s already signed up for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon in 2020.

“This isn’t just a quick fix for me,” she says. “I have to own this destiny. That’s been my biggest takeaway from Debbie. This isn’t going to be three months and ‘Oh, look at what I did.’ Because of genetics and my age, this will be my lifestyle moving forward.”

OurHealth Patient Success: Barb’s Story

Barb Price says she began experiencing irregular bleeding one day while at work, and initially didn’t think much of it.

“I was going to dismiss it, and one of my co-workers put her mom hat on, and her mom foot down and was like, ‘You’re calling your doctor,’” Barb says.

Barb uses OurHealth as her primary care provider, so she scheduled an appointment that day at MyClinic @ Traders Point, which she can access as an employee benefit through her job at Bosma Enterprises. She says the clinic staff was immediately concerned and told her to come in as soon as possible.

Bosma Enterprises provides employment, rehabilitation and training for people with blindness or visual impairment, and over half of their employees – including Barb – are legally blind. To accommodate their employees’ needs, Bosma Enterprises offers transportation services to and from the clinic.

“Even if you schedule the same day, Bosma will put in a request for a driver,” Barb says. “And OurHealth’s really good about calling back over when we’re done so they’ll send somebody back over to get us.”

Barb saw OurHealth physician Dr. Mark Fakhoury, who determined she needed to see an OBGYN, and OurHealth’s referral team scheduled an appointment for Barb a week later at St. Vincent in Indianapolis. The OBGYN performed a dilation and curettage procedure, which revealed precancerous cells.

“They referred me to another doctor, a gynecologic oncologist at St. Vincent, and they decided to do a full hysterectomy,” Barb says. “Upon doing that, they found that I had Stage 1, Grade 1 uterine cancer. They went ahead and did a five-dose radiation treatment, internal radiation treatment to make sure they had gotten it all.”

Barb is now feeling better, and she says she’s grateful Dr. Fakhoury and the clinic staff took the time to listen to her concerns.

“The day I was there, I know there was at least an hour that the doctor spent with me,” she says. “OurHealth takes the time to spend personal time with their patients and takes the extra time to make them feel like they’re somebody, not just shuffle you in and shuffle you out. Had I not called into the doctor that day, who knows six months from now what would’ve been going on.”

Harris Teeter Selects OurHealth for Near-Site Clinic Solution

Supermarket chain is latest employer to join the Charlotte MyClinic network

CHARLOTTE (May 21, 2019) – OurHealth, the nation’s leading provider of near-site primary care clinics for employers, today announced a partnership with supermarket chain Harris Teeter.

OurHealth will provide a full suite of primary care services, including wellness screens, physicals, acute care and health coaching for the company’s more than 2,500 Charlotte-area associates and their covered dependents. Based in Matthews, North Carolina, Harris Teeter operates over 230 grocery stores and 14 fuel centers across the South Atlantic states.

OurHealth entered the Charlotte market in January 2016 with its system of industry-leading near-site clinics, called the MyClinic network, and today has five convenient locations around the city: Uptown, Tower Place, Northlake, Wilkinson Boulevard and Albemarle Crossing. The partnership with Harris Teeter adds to OurHealth’s growing client roster, which includes the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and Belk Department Stores.

The MyClinic network significantly lowers the barrier to entry by allowing employers to gain immediate access to a network of primary care clinics that are conveniently located within a 10-minute drive of the employee’s home or office. OurHealth’s MyClinic network includes seven clinics in Indianapolis and three in Cincinnati.

“Being an incredible place to work and shop starts with having associates who feel their best and provide world class service to our shoppers,” said Danna Robinson, communication manager for Harris Teeter. “Being healthy is a big part of that equation, and we’re thrilled to be able to offer our valued associates primary care through OurHealth.”

Employers are attracted to OurHealth’s model for three key reasons — improved access to care for their employees and their dependents, independence from any hospital system or network allowing for unbiased referrals and robust reporting capabilities that allow business owners to easily understand their return on investment.

“We’re excited to welcome Harris Teeter to our growing Charlotte MyClinic network,” said Ben Evans, OurHealth CEO and co-founder. “Savvy businesses are actively working to make an immediate impact on their health spending, and our model has proven an effective solution for our Charlotte partners.”

OurHealth is on a mission to save employers $1 billion in healthcare costs, and to date has saved its clients more than $160 million. The company takes a patient-focused approach to care, including waiting room times of less than five minutes, appointments that average 20 to 40 minutes and a patient satisfaction score of 98 percent.

In 2018, OurHealth patients lost a combined 40,000 pounds and 32,000 points of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. OurHealth clients enjoy an average savings of 17 percent on health plan costs through better management of chronic conditions, ER avoidance and reduced lab and drug costs. OurHealth clients include a wide range of employers of all sizes and industries, including the City of Indianapolis, Anthem, First Financial Bank, CNO Financial Group and the Indianapolis Airport Authority.

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About OurHealth

Founded in 2009, OurHealth provides employer-sponsored healthcare to organizations of all sizes via its onsite and near-site primary care clinics. OurHealth offers a comprehensive healthcare approach to its clients and their employees, which includes primary care services, wellness services, onsite laboratory and medication dispensing services and referral guidance. OurHealth operates clinics in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. To learn more about OurHealth, visit www.ourhealth.org.

OurHealth Patient Success: Scott’s Story

For years, Scott Hutchison put off going to the doctor. But as his 70th birthday approached, he had a sudden change of heart.

“I had experienced great health for a number of years,” Scott says. “But something just gnawed at me, that I needed to get in and at least have a physical, which I did.”

Scott could access OurHealth’s Indianapolis MyClinic network via his employee benefits at Anthem Insurance in Indianapolis, so he scheduled a physical exam at MyClinic @ PNC.

That’s where he first met Dr. Eric Wallisa.

“I met Eric and liked him a lot,” Scott says. “One thing that caught his eye were two lumps on my neck. I’d had them for 1 to 2 years and was initially told informally by an RN that they were most likely little cysts.”

Dr. Wallisa took a blood draw and told Scott he was concerned about the lumps. They could be harmless, he said, but the lab work would be the “tale of the tape.”

“I said, ‘I’m not asking you to make a judgement without having all the facts, but what do you think it could be?’” Scott says. “He said, ‘Well, it could be a form of a blood disease and, based upon your age, it could be a form of leukemia. But let’s find out.’”

Scott’s physical was on a Friday. On Saturday, he received a startling call from the lab.

“They basically said my white blood cell count was off the charts,” Scott says. “They didn’t tell me the numbers but said I should get in to see my primary care physician immediately, which I was able to do with Eric on Monday. So, the access with OurHealth is spectacular, and especially in cases like mine.”

Scott’s white blood cell count measured an excess of 250,000 mcL: A normal reading measures 3,400 to 9,600 mcL, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Dr. Wallisa suspected Scott had chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). The next step was to have a hematologist oncologist confirm the results. He gave Scott a list of suggested providers and asked him to let him know once he’d made a decision. Within a week, OurHealth’s referral coordinator team was able to schedule an appointment for Scott with a hematologist oncologist at Community Hospital in Indianapolis.

“They looked at everything and did their own blood work,” Scott says. “They confirmed the diagnosis of CLL and we discussed an array of treatment options.”

CLL is a form of blood cancer that targets a group of white blood cells called lymphocytes, which help the body fight infection. There is no cure for CLL, but it’s manageable with proper treatment, and patients can live for years with minimal disruption.

Scott began a six-month treatment plan of targeted therapy that included a combination of chemotherapy and medication. Almost immediately, he says his white blood cell count started to fall. And with each subsequent treatment, it ticked even lower.

Scott says his treatments were exhausting, but otherwise he feels fortunate that he didn’t experience any negative side effects. He didn’t get sick, and he never lost his hair.

After the initial six months, Scott’s white blood count returned to a healthy level, but because CLL isn’t curable, his oncologist gave him a couple of options for going forward. Scott chose to continue his targeted therapy for another 12 months, but they switched to a bi-monthly schedule.

Today, Scott says he’s feeling good and his treatment is going well. A recent CT scan revealed his lymph nodes have returned to normal size. He says he’s grateful to have met Dr. Wallisa — who he credits with saving his life — and he now utilizes him as his primary care physician.

“I call him if I feel anything out of the ordinary, because he is just all over it and has given me spectacular guidance,” Scott says. “If I call in, I hear from him that day.”

And even though Scott’s condition has improved dramatically, he says Dr. Wallisa remains as vigilant and proactive as ever.

“During a recent visit, he told me, ‘You dodged a bullet with that diagnosis—which is a great thing, but my job isn’t over. My job is to keep you healthy and make sure that something else doesn’t come along to complicate things, like going forever without a colonoscopy. So, you need to go get a colonoscopy.’”

OurHealth Patient Success: Jim’s Story

Jim Sturgeon says he never imagined the discomfort he felt in his chest signaled a far more serious problem.

“I was having sporadic chest pains off and on for a couple of weeks,” he says. “Initially, it started as a pressure in my chest. I had never felt it before, but I didn’t think it was my heart.”

Jim says it wasn’t really a sharp pain, but more of a dull pressure that initially lasted for a few moments. But after the symptoms became more frequent and long-lasting, he decided to seek medical help.

Jim saw nurse practitioner Elizabeth Jernagan during his initial visit at OurHealth @ Haynes Health Care Center, which he could access through his employer benefits at Haynes International in Kokomo, Indiana.

“She examined me and said, ‘You need to go and take a stress test,’” Jim says.

Two days later Jim went in for a cardiac ECG test, which involves walking on a treadmill while sensors measure how the heart responds to stress. He says he was on the treadmill for less than a minute before the nurse rushed to get a doctor.

“He looked at the monitors and said, ‘Stop, you need to sit down,’” Jim says. “They gave me nitroglycerin to calm my heart down and then started prepping me to be taken to the cardiology catheter unit to have an emergency procedure performed where they went up through my groin and put three stents in arteries coming out the right side of my heart. The following Tuesday I went back and they put two stents in the left side.”

What Jim didn’t realize is he was on the verge of having a heart attack. He says he’s fortunate Elizabeth immediately recognized his symptoms.

“It was primarily Elizabeth who diagnosed me,” he says. “Who knows if I would have died or had some major problem. I feel very fortunate Elizabeth was there and told me what to do. She very well may have saved my life.”

Jim says the fact that he was able to quickly schedule an appointment at OurHealth @ Haynes Health Care Center was another factor.

“I called that morning and got in that afternoon,” he says.

Today, Jim says he’s feeling much better – he’s started exercising regularly and he’s changed his diet. Most importantly, he says his heart wasn’t permanently damaged.

“I’m not ready to run a marathon but having blood flow to all regions of my heart is awesome,” he says. “This was a huge wake-up call. I got in at the right time and hopefully I now have a new lease on life.”

State of Indiana Opens Onsite Primary Care Clinic at Government Center

Government Center Clinic by OurHealth brings convenient, affordable onsite healthcare to more than 7,500 state employees.

INDIANAPOLIS — Through a partnership with Indianapolis-based OurHealth, the State of Indiana has opened an onsite clinic at the Indiana Government Center. More than 16,000 state employees and their family members live or work nearby. Government Center Clinic by OurHealth, which begins operations today, provides comprehensive primary and immediate care medical services to covered employees and their families.

“Indiana is making great strides to improve quality of life for Hoosiers – and that includes improving access to healthcare,” Gov. Eric J. Holcomb said. “Offering medical care when and where it is most convenient for employees not only makes for a better workplace, it supports overall wellness.”

Founded in 2009, OurHealth provides employer-sponsored onsite and near-site primary care clinics and wellness programming. The company’s primary care model is designed to address three factors – patient access, quantifiable health improvements and overall cost.

The model leverages technology and data to learn unique organizational challenges and inform custom healthcare solutions addressing the needs of each workforce. Each solution embraces the growing body of research confirming more focused time with patients leads to a higher standard of care, and in turn, predictable savings.

Clinic providers are empowered to spend quality time with each patient, which further enhances individualized treatment plans and results in greater patient success.

“OurHealth provides employees and their families with the healthcare they need, when and where they need it, all while saving them and their employers a lot of money,” said OurHealth co-founder and CEO, Ben Evans. “As an Indiana-based company, we’re thrilled to partner with the State of Indiana to improve the health of thousands of Hoosiers while also generating measurable savings for Indiana taxpayers.”

The company currently operates clinics in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

OurHealth clients enjoy an average savings of 17 percent on health plan costs through better management of chronic conditions, ER avoidance and reduced lab and drug costs. The company’s Indiana clients include a wide range of employers, including CNO Financial Group, Ice Miller, the Indianapolis Airport Authority and the City of Indianapolis.

The onsite clinic is one of several enhancements this year that promote a healthy workforce and reduce healthcare costs while supporting the State’s emphasis on engagement through wellness and clinic services. Onsite and online wellness coaches are now available to covered employees and spouses throughout the state, part of a program that rewards employees with reduced premiums and other incentives when they complete best practices for proactively supporting good health. And the State now offers an interactive online platform, also in conjunction with OurHealth, which engages participants in wellness activities and competitions linked to healthy living and overall wellbeing.

In addition to these benefits, the State is continuing a heightened focus on mental health as a critical component of well-being by increasing employee access and options in 2019 for counseling sessions with licensed therapists under its employee assistance program.

About OurHealth
OurHealth provides employer-sponsored healthcare to organizations of all sizes via its onsite and near-site primary care clinics. Its system of industry-leading near-site clinics, called the MyClinic network, significantly lowers the barrier to entry by allowing employers to gain immediate access to a network of primary care clinics. OurHealth offers a comprehensive healthcare approach to its clients and their employees, which includes primary care services, wellness services, onsite laboratory and medication dispensing services and referral guidance. OurHealth has clinics in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. To learn more about OurHealth, visit www.ourhealth.org.