Reso Business

Easy-to-implement program with individual on-site coaching complementary to current wellness programs, and well-suited with wellness tax credit.

Business Case: Company with 160 employees (2015)

Financial Results

  • Final Cost per Participating Employee: $38.40
  • Health Premium Reduction 2016 per Employee: $3,520

Main Goals:

Cost Savings: 

  • Paying less medical bills (up to 52%), health insurance premiums, workers’ compensation premiums.
  • Better negotiating with health insurances.
  • Faster recovery from injuries.

Improving Employee Productivity:

  • RESO Programs do not substitute your current employee wellness plans. In fact, we help them to increase their participation rate.
  • We are complementary because we have different goals.
  • RESO programs medically treat the causes of obesity/overweight and the harmful effects of stress.
  • Wellness programs objectives are mainly to prevent stress, overweight, and sleep depravation, to promote smoke-cessation, and to improve well-being, physical activity, and job performance.
  • By starting RESO programs, employees lose weight. As a result, they are more likely to take advantage of available physical activities offered in their corporate wellness programs with more health benefits.

Diabetes Case

Diabetes costs are huge. We talk about $400b per year (0.5% of GDP). This cost analysis doesn’t include pre-diabetic patients.

  • People With Diabetes: $16,021
  • People Without Diabetes: $4,396
Health care spending per capita of people with diabetes vs. those without
  • Anti-diabetic Agent Drugs: 10%
  • Everything else: 90%
Share of total spending per capita for people with diabetes that was spent on antidiabetic agents drugs. (Source: Health Care Cost Institute)

Cost Savings:

    • RESO Programs Costs: 20 sessions x $50 = $1,000 (including $25 co-pays)
    • Potential Cost Savings: $11,625 per year
Our Services are available for:
    • Any private business entity (2 to 20,000 employees)
    • Self-funded health plans
    • Public entities (state, towns, school districts,…)
    • Captive insurance plans (health, workers’ compensation)

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