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New Telecommunications Upgrade Provides More Capacity for National Corporate Wellness Programs offered by Orriant
Date:5/17/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) May 17, 2013

Orriant is flexing its innovative muscle by providing their corporate wellness programs to businesses across the U.S. with an enhanced communications system. This has been achieved through rigorous infrastructure upgrades for their telecommunications platform, which translates into a greater capacity for employee interactions via voice and data. As a company that specializes in helping businesses lower employee healthcare costs and take advantage of federal wellness incentives, Orriant wants the top communications infrastructure to help their customers succeed.

What are the benefits of a healthy employee? How do regular phone calls with wellness coaches help to maintain employee health?

At the core of this program lies a qualified team of telephonic coaches who create the personal experience that Orriant’s corporate wellness programs are known for across the country. Each of these coaches has at minimum a four-year degree in a health related field, making their contributions an essential component of the success established by Orriant. “Employers are scrambling to lower employee healthcare costs, and take advantage of federal wellness incentives set to increase in 2014.” said Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant. Mr. Moon adds, “We have had a high increase in demand for our business and the services we provide. We expect that demand to continue increasing as new legislation goes into effect.”

How does Orriant encourage customers to change their diet and exercise habits for the long-term?

Implementing an Orriant corporate wellness solution provides resources and support for employees. Their qualified coaches telephonically guide participants through their own personal health goals. According to Orriant, one of the key components of a successful program is the ability for that corporate wellness program to be productive over time. When working with employees across voice and data communications conduits, it is vital to have proper tracking methods in place. This tracking makes it easy to pick up where the health coach and employee left off during their last session. The new capacity upgrade will provide the necessary boost that Orriant needs to accommodate growth. This will further empower their mission of changing business culture in an effort to lower employee healthcare costs and maintain standards for federal wellness incentives. With this improved national infrastructure, Orriant has a better mechanism to provide the tools to combat alarming healthcare increases. For more information, please visit: http://www.orriant.com.

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