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Accellent and Marathon Health Partner for Employee Health. Employee Health Status and Costs Drive New Health Strategy
Date:11/7/2008

s, MPH, and Director of Strategic Planning at Marathon Health, improving the health status of a workforce requires organizational commitment and readiness to embrace a new health strategy. “Working with Hays Companies, Accellent developed a new vision for employee health services and delivery to mitigate out-of-control healthcare costs and associated health problems experienced by employees,” said Demers. “In choosing Marathon Health, Accellent noted that our technology and methods are the most progressive in the industry in terms of helping people take responsibility for their health.”

“Providing our clients with creative approaches to meeting their health benefits needs is a hallmark of Hays Companies,” said Russell Berman, Executive Vice President of Hays. “Accellent presented the ideal opportunity to move healthcare services closer to the employee, and in so doing, we anticipate significant gains from employee satisfaction, absenteeism, health improvements, and in healthcare expense reduction. Partnering Accellent and Marathon Health is a sure win!”


About Marathon Health
Marathon Health offers a proven solution for helping employers reduce the total cost of healthcare. Our approach integrates the best practices of onsite primary care, health assessment with risk identification, coaching and advocacy, and disease and condition management for individuals with identifiable and controllable risk factors. Together, these services create a unique worksite health program. The Marathon Health solution produces superior results in terms of reducing the risk profile and preventable claim costs for the population, resulting in substantial Return on Investment for our clients

At Marathon Health, we support our unique onsite health services model with our Health Engagement System™ technology including our eHealth Portal with consumer medical content, interactive diet and fitness tools,
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