Compliancy with New Regulations Makes Orriant Corporate Wellness Programs One of the Most Experienced Companies in the Industry

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With the new federal standards for company health programs launching next year, Orriant has announced it has been compliant with these regulations for nearly a decade. This gives Orriant greater experience and knowledge with outcome-based programs than most providers in the market.

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Orriant has been compliant with federal stipulations for nearly a decade.

As other wellness companies scramble to meet new Federal regulations by 2014, Orriant has announced their compliancy for nearly a decade. With all their years of experience, Orriant’s outcome-based, corporate wellness programs rank among the top in the country. Their results-driven accountability based plans help employers and employees receive wellness incentives, such as improved health, lower healthcare costs and premiums, and increased productivity.

With costs continually on the rise, companies are seeking out alternative options for rising premiums. With Orriant’s company health program, participants are paired up with an Orriant Health Coach to work on eating and exercise goals. They work together to set goals that are reasonable and obtainable, such as lowering cholesterol, losing a healthy amount of weight or decreasing blood pressure. These successes typically result in improved overall health and quality of life as well as lower employee healthcare costs. Orriant Coaches work with employees one on one to discuss their health challenges and how to best overcome them. Orriant Coaches have a minimum of a four-year degree in a health-related field and have passed rigorous training. Orriant wants to ensure that each participant has a qualified and passionate coach to help them reach their goals.

“Orriant has always maintained the importance of providing individualized programs that benefit all of our participants,” said Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant. “Ultimately, we want to lower employee healthcare costs; for individuals as well as for the company overall. This is achieved by promoting accountability-based plans where participants design obtainable goals in order to receive wellness incentives like financial rewards and improved health.”

The new Federal standards for corporate wellness programs are impacting what companies search for when implementing a new plan. As other companies hurry to adjust their programs to meet regulations, Orriant is adding more staff and opening an office on the East coast to accommodate their growth. Orriant is focusing on helping more and more companies take control of soaring healthcare costs and receive wellness incentives. A healthy bottom line and a healthy employee population are two critical goals Orriant can help companies achieve despite current economic and healthcare challenges. For more information on how to lower employee healthcare costs with an Orriant program, visit their website

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