Chronic Conditions and
The COVID-19 pandemic ultimately impacted individuals of all ages, genders, and health status, but it became clear early on that certain pre-existing conditions had a significantly higher chance of poor outcomes. Conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and cancer had higher rates of severe illness, hospitalization, and death. Most of the conditions that produced poor outcomes for COVID-19 also produce higher costs and poor outcomes in non-pandemic times. Furthermore, they are some of the most prevalent conditions found in workforces.
Top Chronic Conditions and Risk of Severe Outcomes
Lifestyle Conditions and Wellness Impact
Depression and Mental Health
COVID-19 produced severe outcomes for those with some of the most prevalent chronic conditions. While some of these are unavoidable, several are lifestyle-related and frequent targets of health and wellness programs. COVID-19 was a severe and highly visible example of poor outcomes due to comorbid conditions, and many employers are recognizing this as a catalyst to invest in improving workforce health and wellness.
Our Whole Health strategies aim to equip clients with solutions that address not only physical health and wellness, but mental health and financial health. Through an analytics-driven strategy, we identify trends and traits in your organization, and combine that with our experience with similar groups to bring the appropriate solutions and tools to your employees to manage the health, well-being, and financial wellness of your organization and its employees.