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Employers Are Choosing Orriant to Lower Overall Employee Healthcare Costs and Benefit from Federal Wellness Program Incentives

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 23, 2013

The clock is ticking as Obamacare wellness regulations take effect in January and business leaders are left scrambling to prepare for these changes. Orriant’s one-of-a-kind corporate wellness program provides a proven method to help businesses lower healthcare costs and capitalize on federal wellness program incentives. As a result, Orriant can help their customers reduce healthcare premiums by increasing the overall health of an employee population. Orriant offers a refreshing, results-driven outline that fits into any industry including trucking, technology, food processing, and education. Their program is based around three main components; coaching, tracking, and results.

Why do traditional company wellness programs never provide adequate results? The answer is simple; many companies send in an overzealous, super fit teacher to inspire and change the lifestyles of employees. Instead Orriant takes a proactive approach to improve the participant’s health by working with the participant on goals he or she wants to achieve. Orriant’s patent-pending coaching program offers a one-on-one experience for participants. Every employee works with a well-educated health coach who has at minimum a four-year degree in a health-related field, and has passed a rigorous training program. Understandably the improvement of employees’ health helps to lower healthcare costs and monthly premiums. Orriant’s individualized attention allows employees to make measurable progress, causing both monthly premiums to drop as well as the company’s overall healthcare costs.

Orriant customers utilize an exclusive online tracking system that allows participants to easily log their success as well as their on-going goals. This is a tool unlike any other available today which is one of the reasons why Orriant is a leading corporate wellness provider. This website, along with supplemental health information through newsletters and social media, helps contribute to the behavioral change amongst Orriant customers. This change helps to lower healthcare costs and reduce healthcare premiums.

Orriant takes the guessing out of program results. All Orriant customers receive clear, ongoing reports which delineate the financial and health-related benefits of the accountability-based wellness program. As Americans reportedly suffer from nearly 88% preventable health conditions, employers are seeking a clear way to reduce healthcare premiums overall.
Companies who use Orriant’s wellness program also reported that the spouses and family members of their employees see significant improvement as well. Orriant reports that on average 80 percent of users, who engage in their wellness program, were able to improve their lifestyle and behavioral habits. The wide-spread benefits of utilizing Orriant including lowering healthcare costs and taking advantage of federal wellness program incentives gives their customers no reason to search elsewhere for wellness solutions. For more information about the unique Orriant company wellness program, visit their website at

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