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October 30, 2008

California Health & Longevity Institute Offers Innovative Health and Wellness Strategies

For organizations seeking innovative health and wellness solutions to offer employees during Open Enrollment season, California Health & Longevity Institute provides evidence-based programs to instill a culture of health throughout a corporation. The implementation of long-lasting wellness initiatives achieves an overall healthier workforce, higher productivity levels, increased employee retention and reduced health insurance costs. According to noted corporate health expert Steven Aldana, Ph.D., more than 30 published articles cite evidence that $3.50 are saved from lower healthcare costs per every dollar spent on employee health and wellness programs.

Programs and services at California Health & Longevity Institute are based upon the foundation of health and wellness: nutrition, fitness, medical and strategies for change. Leading experts including physicians, registered dietitians, exercise physiologists and lifestyle consultants offer immersive, customized group programs as well as individual consultations. A state-of-the-art medical clinic offers executive physicals, complementary medicine therapies such as acupuncture and diagnostic testing.

Companies are investing in longer-term solutions aimed at improving overall quality of life for employees and health of their organizations as the cost of employer-sponsored benefits continue to eclipse the majority of expenditures. Studies also note that more than 75 percent of employers' health-care costs in California and productivity losses are related to employee lifestyle choices (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Approximately $260 billion in output is lost each year due to health-related problems. (The Common Wealth Fund).

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Posted by healthinsurance at October 30, 2008 10:50 AM

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