for the Whole Person
It’s time for disruption.
The employee benefits landscape is fragmented, with single-point solutions scattered across the industry leaving serious gaps. Meanwhile, the traditional wellness programs meant to fill these holes continue to silo aspects of people’s lives—treating physical, mental, and emotional health separately. We were tired of seeing people fall through the cracks and knew the world needed a more life-dimensional and holistic approach to employee wellbeing, so we built it.
For All of Life’s Dimensions
Our life-dimensional approach connects the biological, psychological, and social factors in a person’s life to identify and overcome barriers to wellness—going beyond symptoms to understand why someone is not living a healthy lifestyle and then support them in overcoming it.
Employee wellbeing is not one-size-fits all and neither are our solutions. We package them together for each client to meet the unique needs of the modern workforce.
Health Coaching for Life
Lifestyle Coaching for Behavior Change
Chronic Disease Self-Management and Support
Diabetes Prevention Program
Education and Coaching to Prevent T2 Diabetes
SparkHealth Digital Experience
Customizable Worksite Wellness Platform
SparkSocial Group Coaching
Supportive Group Coaching Experiences
Activation and Engagement
Driving Participation in Programs
Life Dimensional Approach
Results You Can See and Your Employees Can Feel
lost per employee per year due to illness on average3
lost annually by employers due to diabetes-related absenteeism4
of employers reported increased productivity with the addition of a worksite wellness program5
of employers experience financial stability & growth after implementing a worksite wellness program5
Latest Blog Posts
1 The Staggering Cost of Diabetes. American Diabetes Association. Accessed June 12, 2020
2 What is the Impact on Chronic Disease in America? Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease. Accessed July 3, 2017
3 Chronic Disease is Healthcare's Rising-Risk. Chronic Disease and Prevention and Health Promotion. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Accessed May 24, 2016
4 The Cost of Diabetes in the U.S.: Economic and Well-Being Impact (Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index)
5 Held, Justin, and Teri Dougherty. Workplace Wellness Trends, 2017 Survey Results. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, www.ifebp.org
6 A -1% change in absolute % HbA1c translates to 21% fewer deaths from stroke, 37% fewer eye and kidney complications, and 14% fewer heart attacks. Using the MIlliman model: this -1.6% change in mean A1c (in the study population) converts to an estimated cost savings of $192,110 for a 12-month period or $1,256 annual savings per member in program.