Whole Health Engagement
The solution to employee health and runaway costs
Good news for everyone: you and your employer.
We’ll put 100% of our fees at risk.
Employers have saved up to 25% in total healthcare costs in the first year.
A cultural shift from sick-care, where people only go to the doctor when something is wrong, to health-care, where communities are proactively invested in their health.
It’s made possible by a healthcare system with aligned financial incentives, and accessible, dedicated care teams who have the time to help patients embrace healthy lifestyles and choose high quality, appropriate healthcare.
Our employer-funded clinics are located on-site, in the same building or campus where people work. This makes it easy to head down to the clinic when the need arises. Most of the time we have same day appointments.
Whole Health Engagement begins with a strong relationship between a patient and their provider. Our primary care providers spend extended time with patients, getting to the core of each patient’s unique health needs.
Vera Whole Health Coaches equip patients with the tools and encouragement they need to live healthier lives now, reducing their need for acute care in the future.
We offer a solution to employee health that leads to lower healthcare costs. And we’re willing to put 100% of our fees at risk to prove it.
It’s an investment in your people that includes advanced health engagement across your entire population and comprehensive care coordination with guidance to optimal service providers. Not only will we save you money and give you a return on your investment, we’ll simplify your benefits and occupational health plan and make the whole program easier to manage.
The aging baby boomer population is exposing traditional primary care service models. Providers simply don’t have the time and resources to treat complex health issues, especially for patients with multiple chronic diseases.Read More
Evaluating the responses to a Request for Proposal (RFP) is standard procedure for any organization looking to make an informed decision about their healthcare vendor. Responses to RFPs are an excellent opportunity to compare and contrast the benefits and services of varying providers, but knowing good answers from bad ones is difficult if you don't have a solid point of reference. Good responses should reflect actual outcomes and provide real-world examples. To get an idea of what to look for, here's a sneak peek of our response approach to some of the most standard RFP questions and prompts.Read More
In a recent article for The Hill, John Rother discussed the need for several key healthcare policy reforms advocated by the National Coalition on Health Care. Central to his argument for reform is an increased focus on primary care. Here’s why.Read More
All is not well in healthcare today. The American medical sector dwarfs most other sectors of the economy. Hundreds of million are spent on research. Little progress is made. Costs continue to rise, and Americans are sicker than ever before. Where does this leave employers?
Employees expect quality healthcare as a benefit. The Affordable Care Act mandates that employers provide it. Employers are stuck.
As a result, many organizations find themselves in a trap of constantly reevaluating their approach: adding to the already high costs of providing healthcare coverage. Our goal with this eBook is to give you a concrete roadmap for making the right decision the first time.Download The Free eBook