Individual health is a complex undertaking.
Sustaining positive impacts requires a comprehensive approach. Simple myopic approaches to any single health issue are, by definition, excluding and discounting other major contributing factors.
Mental and behavioral health have material impacts on people's responses and reactions to treatment and medications
Various forms of stress have far-reaching mental and physical implications
Lack of a holistic approach results in less than optimal outcomes
Lack of coordination of treatments for multiple chronic conditions leads to confusion
Co-morbidities require complex treatment coordination to be effective
Lack of compliance in areas such as medication, diet, exercise and lifestyle adjustments impact outcomes
Stratovize addresses these issues by increasing awareness and providing clear, understandable and actionable solutions. We understand that these complex issues must be easy to understand and people must find it easy to comply with treatment recommendations. We accomplish this through our engagement, educational and employee advocacy services. We assist in identifying the obstacles to access and provide strategies and services that make it easier for individuals to access care and comply with the recommended protocols.
Employers are counting on their wellness programs to bend the benefits-cost curve. They must employ strong communication strategies if they hope to achieve their goals. Those who don’t focus on communication and engagement risk wasting their investment of resources.
Studies tell us poor employee engagement is the biggest obstacle to changing employees' health risk behavior. Many employees know little about their company’s wellness programs or how to participate in them.
Stratovize will drive robust and meaningful communication through our Decision Support Specialists. They’ll help drive participation in your wellness offerings and improve understanding and appreciation of the entire benefits package.
Managing Cancer at Work™ by Johns Hopkins Medicine
Managing Cancer at Work™ (MCaW™) is an innovative low-cost, high-impact employee benefit program.
1 in 2 men, and 1 in 3 women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes. Many will be working at the time of diagnosis and hoping for life to be as normal as possible when going through treatment.
MCaW™ enables organizations to help their employees:
Recognize the early warning signs of the disease
Understand and manage cancer treatment
This approach keeps employees informed, engaged, and feeling supported.
Designed for the workplace for managers and employees. Employees or family members diagnosed with cancer face months of treatments. With MCaW™, nurse oncologist are available by phone to review diagnosis and treatment for employees or family members. They then engage with employers and treatment centers working as an advocate on their behalf.
This program can lead to:
Increased employee well-being
Reduced draw on sick time
Lower use of long and short term disability
Better prepared supervisors and managers can plan appropriately and optimize productivity, even if the employee is unable to work.
Onsite Employee Health and Wellness Centers™ managed by John Hopkins Medicine
Comprehensive, employer sponsored health care program resulting in healthier, happier, more productive workforce. Employees don't have to leave work to see a physician for most illnesses and injuries, avoiding costly ER visits. There are no copays or deductibles to meet.
Onsite Employee Health and Wellness Centers™ by Johns Hopkins Medicine are partnerships with employers in various industries to receive tailored programs based on their unique health care needs and objectives. These efforts have provided employers a return of $2.80 for every dollar spent. ROI is realized in less than 6 months through the high utilization and employee participation established by Johns Hopkins providers.
The on-site Employee Health and Wellness Centers benefit employees by reducing their out-of-pocket medical expenses, transportation costs, and out of-work time. Through comprehensive wellness programs, many dangerous conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes are detected sooner or even prevented. Health education and events give employees insight and facilitate healthy changes like weight loss and smoking cessation.
Both routine and urgent care
On-site pharmacy and prescribing
Employee engagement and targeted wellness programs