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Orriant’s Corporate Wellness Programs Focus on Individual Employees and Follow New Health and Human Services (HHS) Regulations
Date:6/20/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

Big changes in motion for corporate wellness programs:

The new HHS standards will be implemented in January 2014 leaving little time for business executives to prepare. In order for companies to be eligible to offer wellness incentives to their employees, these plans must fit specific guidelines. Orriant has announced they have been in alignment with these standards for nearly a decade with their individualized programs. As an industry leader, Orriant seeks to provide their clients with top tier individualized plans. With Orriant providing these unique solutions, employers are able to see the positive results such as lower employee healthcare costs.

Orriant certified coaches work with employees to set up and carry out goals.

Each participant works with their Orriant coach on both eating and exercise goals. The company also provides wellness incentives. Orriant coaches have a minimum of a four-year degree in a health-related field and have passed a rigorous training program. Coaches are trained to help their participant regardless of their physical limitations. Orriant’s corporate wellness programs help improve both the participants’ work performance as well as their overall quality of living. According to a recent study, Orriant clients see an average of 80% of their employees engaging in healthier, more proactive lifestyles after beginning a customized Orriant program. Orriant coaches strive to instill positive change in each participant. This is achieved through personal goal setting in coordination with their one-of-a-kind corporate coaching. With customized health-contingent wellness plans, Orriant already falls in line with HHS regulations, making the transition easier for their current clients as well as providing direction for new companies. As a whole, these services help to lower employee healthcare costs and increase productivity.

Individual progression leads to the overall benefits of the corporations.

Orriant’s corporate wellness programs and their compliance with HHS rules provide strong options for companies wanting to be prepared for the Affordable Care Act regulations in January. Business leaders are turning to Orriant’s non-discriminatory company plans to improve their health culture. Orriant’s solutions have proven to lower employee healthcare costs and encourage a healthier work culture. With businesses offering wellness incentives to employees, Orriant's solutions have proven to be a necessary tool for increasing both the productivity and standard of living for employees across the country. As 2014 draw near, more and more employers are seeking Orriant’s services as a necessary step to lower healthcare costs and take advantage of new federal regulations. For more information, visit their website at http://www.orriant.com.

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