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New Obamacare Standards and the Lure of Federally Compliant Wellness Incentives are Guiding Business Owners Towards Orriant

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) August 05, 2013

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has finalized the Obamacare guidelines for corporate wellness programs. This includes the increase in federally compliant wellness incentives from 20% to 30%. With the increases going into effect in January 2014, companies are quickly trying to identify ways to take advantage of the increase and ultimately lower employee healthcare costs. Orriant has stepped forward announcing their compliancy with these new Obamacare regulations for nearly a decade. With their customer participation rate of 70-90% and their proven ability to lower healthcare premiums, Orriant is raising curiosity among companies nationwide.

The federal government has also recently announced that employee penalties under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been extended. As a result, companies are looking to implement federally compliant programs as soon as possible before penalties are applied in 2015. Orriant’s federal compliancy is gaining favor among corporate executives. Businesses leaders are consistently looking for and implementing ways to combat rising healthcare costs. Orriant’s corporate wellness programs are accountability-based and non-discriminatory. With nearly a decade of experience, more executives are investing in Orriant’s services.

Participating employees are paired with an Orriant Health Coach who guides them through an eating and exercise plan crafted to the participant’s health needs. Each coach holds a minimum of a four-year degree in a health-related field as well as an Orriant certification. Creating customized plans for each participant is providing results. Orriant customers are witnessing the effects through improved workplace motivation, increased productivity, and overall lower employee healthcare costs.

Beyond their patent-pending coaching system, many corporations are turning to Orriant due to their federally compliant wellness incentives. Companies in all 50 states are utilizing Orriant’s corporate wellness programs to make a positive culture change, improve the overall health of employees and tackle soaring healthcare costs. While other health companies are adapting to the changes in federal regulations, Orriant is building their clientele. Companies from all industries including technology, trucking, and food services are reaching out to Orriant for their results-driven, individualized programs. In turn, Orriant customers are discovering the benefits of an improved quality of life and lower employee healthcare costs. For more information about Orriant’s federally compliant programs and how your company can benefit, visit their website at

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