Click below to learn about Navistar’s multi-faceted measurement and management approach to workplace wellness during the 1998-2009 period.  Studies linked this approach to double-digit reductions in the drivers and costs of lost productivity and healthcare utilization.

       Allen H, Rogers W,Bunn W, et al

       J Occup Environ Med. 54(8):904-916, August 2012.


      Bunn W, Allen H, Stave G et al

      J Occup Environ Med. 52(10):956-963, October 2010.


      Allen H

      J Occup Environ Med. 57(1):e3-e7, January 2015

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Click below for three recent studies, each conducted by a different investigator team, that modeled the stock market performance of employers with high-performing wellness programs vs. the S&P 500.  Using similar methods, which established association but not necessarily causation, each study found that its employer portfolio outperformed the S&P by 8 to 16% per year.

      Fabius R, Loeppke R, Hohn T, et al

      J Occup Environ Med. 58(1):3-8, January 2016.


      Goetzel R, Fabius R, Fabius D, et al,

      J Occup Environ Med. 58(1):9-15, January 2016.


      Grossmeier R, Fabius R, Flynn J, et al

      J Occup Environ Med. 58(1):16-23, January 2016.


      O’Donnell M

      J Occup Environ Med. 58(1):e18-e20, January 2016.  

Click below to learn about the University of Utah Health System’s value-driven outcomes program. This approach was linked to significant gains in quality and reductions in costs in three areas from 2012 to 2016: total joint replacement, hospital lab-testing, and sepsis intervention.

      Lee V, Kawamoto K, Hess R, et al

      JAMA. 2016;316(10):1061-1072. doi:10.1001/jama.2016.12226


      Porter M, Lee T

      JAMA. 2016;316(10):1047-1048. doi:10.1001/jama.2016.11698


      Author interviews:Lee V, Porter M

      JAMA, Sept 13, 2016