Driving health outcomes and behavior change is more than the traditional wellness practiced by employers today. By aligning your organization and resources with the whole person and whole population in mind, everyone achieves more. At Selden Beattie, we believe in being Wholeness-mindedTM to drive change within your organization.
It’s a misconception that wellness and employee-based programs are two-sided scenarios. They impact every person in the company, from executive leadership to entry-level hires. The understanding that “we’re all in this together” not only motivates and empowers your business to reach its goals, but also streamlines the costs and resources necessary to do so.
For Selden Beattie, that’s much more than simple “wellness,” but rather population health management and building a culture of health. It’s developing a plan to engage every individual in your workforce in all dimensions of their well-being, create active consumers of health care, and contribute to the bottom line.
So while we do create multi-dimensional programs, it is only one output of WholenessTM. We believe in establishing results-oriented programs based on our Success Benchmarks. Beginning with a full assessment of your population’s health – where you’re succeeding, where you need improvement, and what it’s going to take to generate real and lasting change. It involves data analytics and identifying the strategies that will facilitate buy-in that extends beyond the office into lifestyles that are truly Wholeness-mindedTM.