Orriant non-discriminatory programs are already compliant with the finalized HHS regulations, making the change easier for transitioning companies.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
As healthcare costs continue to soar, companies are looking for ways to lower employee healthcare costs and reduce healthcare premiums for their business. With these finalized HHS regulations, companies are scrambling to find a health solution that falls in line with the new standards. Orriant has announced it has been compliant with these regulations for nearly a decade, making the change a smooth one for their current clientele. Transitioning companies are finding refuge in Orriant’s programs and their alignment with federal wellness incentives.
Orriant offers incentives for individuals
In coordination with the new regulations, Orriant describes itself as a “non-discriminatory, health- contingent wellness program.” Every participating individual will have access to an Orriant health coach who can assist them in making significant lifestyles changes. These coaches guide employees through a variety of issues such as managing chronic conditions, smoking cessation, stress management, and weight loss. Each employee works with their coach on eating and exercise related goals. In addition, those who participate in Orriant’s corporate wellness programs receive a financial incentive.
“Our goal to lower employee healthcare costs starts by working on an individual level. Our non-discriminatory programs allow everyone to participate regardless of their physical limitations,” said Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant. “Focusing on each person as an individual ultimately improves the overall health for the entire company.” This method follows the guidelines set forth by HHS, stating that health-contingent wellness programs must be non-discriminatory.
For companies in transition, Federal wellness incentives are playing a major role.
Decision makers are searching for a wellness program that meets the guidelines and can help them take advantage of federal wellness incentives. As they have already possessed the compliance with these standards for nearly a decade, Orriant is proving to be a viable option when it comes to corporate wellness programs. Orriant helps businesses establish a culture of wellness which helps promote healthier lifestyles and ultimately results in lower employee healthcare costs. Companies that implement Orriant’s program find a 70-90% participation rate among their employees. Both employers and their staff are able to take advantage of federal compliant incentives through Orriant’s versatile programs. To find out more about the new HHS standards and compliant programs offered by Orriant, visit their website at http://www.orriant.com.