Increasingly, employer groups are finding that work site health promotion leads to a more engaged and productive workplace.
For example a ‘meta-evaluation’ of 56 studies published 1982–2005 found that worksite health promotion produced on average a decrease of 26.8% in sick leave absenteeism, a decrease of 26.1% in health costs, and a decrease of 32% in workers’ compensation costs and disability management claims costs.1
Various independent studies show that in Australia workplace influenza immunisation has been shown in the studied examples to result in a net cost saving of between $20.93 and $58.36 per vaccinated employee was achieved.2
At QML Pathology, we are able to tailor on-site or off-site wellness screening programs where we can arrange our staff to perform and report wider assessments, or alternatively we can participate in a program that only monitors health from a bio-medical market perspective (that is analyses of key blood and urine indicators).
We are able to co-ordinate and tailor a screen, and issue an employee report of progress to individual or groups of your staff on key wellness indicators such as:
- Vaccination administration (e.g., Influenza)
- Key laboratory markers:
- Cardiac/Lipid studies
- Liver function tests
- Diabetes screens
- Joint health (arthritis) screens.
Contact us to customise your staff or executive wellness screening program today.
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1. Chapman LS (2005). "Meta-evaluation of worksite health promotion economic return studies: 2005 update" (PDF). Am J Health Promot 19 (6): 1–11. PMID 16022209.
2. Cohen P et al. Influenza vaccination in an occupational setting: effectiveness and cost-benefit study. J Occup Health Saf Aust NZ 2003, 19(2): 167-182