SOLERA PREVENTS OBESITY-RELATED
CHRONIC DISEASE FOR HIGH RISK EMPLOYEES
Solera works with employers and consultants to identify and engage employees who are at highest risk for chronic diseases and enroll them in their "best-fit" programs for prevention.
While your employees enroll with an array of network partners, you'll enjoy one seamless report detailing their engagement and outcomes.
We're creating a new paradigm in the world of employee benefits.
At Solera, we assume risk with you through a milestone-based payment model. There is no PEPM arrangement. We’ll only get paid if we’re successful in helping your employees achieve their outcomes. So your company’s resources will only be spent on those who enroll, engage in a meaningful way, and ultimately lose weight.
We believe that “one size fits all” usually fits few. Which is why at Solera we support program matching based on employee preferences. We currently see about a 50/50 split between the selection of online vs. in-person programs, and if an employee isn’t engaging by milestone 2, we’ll reach out and recommend a different option.
Because Solera integrates with any health plan or TPA, we don’t expect you to set aside wellness dollars to pay for this benefit. We’ll submit milestone-based claims for those employees who enroll and engage, so the cost is tracked and paid for as part of your medical spend.
In addition to contributing to a healthy, productive workforce, diabetes prevention enables employers to save significantly on health care costs.
According to the Healthy Living Partnerships to Prevent Diabetes (HELP PD) randomized control trial, individuals diagnosed with prediabetes who participated in the DPP saw a savings of $2,277 in medical costs over 2 years, as compared to those with prediabetes who did not participate.
In addition, the employee that goes on to develop diabetes will cost on average 2.5 times more than the employee without diabetes.
Source: The HELP PD study: http://www.ajpmonline.org/article/S0749-3797(13)00024-X/fulltext
American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Care 2008 Mar; 31(3): 596-615. http://dx.doi.org/10.2337/dc08-9017
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