Health-Wealth, a not-for-profit organization, offers free resources to assess your current wasteful healthcare spending! This survey takes less than five minutes and will share your opportunity for immediate savings as well as suggestions, solutions and recommendations on steps to take to put that savings into action right away!
Click Here for the Personal/Family Loss Assessment
This survey is designed to assess your personal or family healthcare spending burden.
Click Here for the Corporate Loss Assessment
This survey is designed to assess your business or corporate healthcare spending burden. This survey is appropriate for businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 to small businesses with just a few employees.

Corporate Assessment

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  1. Most organizations list their top three expenditures as labor, benefits (healthcare) and real estate/rent. How would you rank healthcare in terms of your largest expenses?

  2. My company’s health plan is:

  3. The following best describes my company’s healthcare offerings:

  4. On a scale from 1 to 4, with 1 being “Employee lifestyle topics are private,” and 4 being “Promoting health is an organizational core value present throughout our organization in all that we do,” please rate your corporate culture as it relates to health and healthcare:

  5. Does your company have any programs catering to employees with chronic diseases?

  6. How likely would your company be to consider offering health plans that allow and encourage the use of telehealth appointments and remote monitoring capabilities?

  7. How do you manage your “highest-utilizers” of healthcare services? These individuals could face conditions such as: coronary disease, high blood pressure, depression, obesity, cancer, asthma, or diabetes.

  8. Is your executive leadership aware of the differences in the workplace benefits and culture that are expected by older generations vs Millennials? Are they open to new, alternative options that their upcoming workforce may demand?

  9. Given your company’s current culture, how likely would you be to implement an incentive program that incorporated online portals, mobile apps, and/or technological devices that help track health, exercise and sleeping habits (e.g. Fitbits, Apple watches, etc.)?

  10. To the best of your knowledge, what percentage of your employees are over age 50?