Use this form to individually design your Corporate Wellness Program to
best serve your employees.
Establish your Wellness Ambassador.
This person is the point of contact who will be working with facilitating your program.
Establish a Wellness Committee.
This should consist of 3-10 people, including the Wellness Ambassador. The most successful Wellness
Committees consist of a cross-section of the employee base.
Employee Interest Survey.
Distribute the Employee Interest Survey to your employees to receive feedback on what areas of
Corporate Wellness most interest them.
Payment Information (this can be provided by phone).
Choose group event opportunities.
Choose group activities that your employees will enthusiastically enjoy participating in and that
support your company’s goals. The Employee Needs and Interest Survey is an invaluable resource
here. Examples can be found in Human Resources Guide.
Choose monthly special interest initiatives.
Review the calendar provided in the Human Resources Guide with the Wellness Committee and
select areas of interest or create your own to focus on each month.
Please be prepared to provide you payment information via phone to an IDLife
EMPLOYEE NEEDS & INTEREST SURVEY
Please indicate how likely you would be to participate in each of the
following programs if they were offered at work during the next year.
Please send this completed form back to CorporateWellness@IDLife.com.
Extremely Likely Somewhat Unlikely
- Educational Programs:
- Back Safety
- Cancer Risk Management
- Heart Disease Prevention
- Stroke Prevention Programs
- Cholesterol Reduction
- Home Safety
- Substance Abuse
- Headache Prevention & Treatment
- Cold/Flu Prevention & Treatment
- Employee Assistance Programs/
- Depression Treatment
- Financial Management
- Time Management Programs
- Stress Management
- Accepting Change
- Parenting Difficulties
- Managing Chronic Health Conditions
(Diabetes, Hypertension, …)
- Managing Chronic Pain
(Neck & Shoulder Injuries, Back Injuries, …)
- Smoking Cessation Programs
- Fitness Programs:
- Corporate Fitness Membership Rates
- Exercise Tolerance (STRESS) Testing
- Aerobic Low-Impact Exercise Programs
- Weight Training Programs
- Body Weight Training Programs
- Stretching Programs
- Walk-Fit Programs
- Weight Loss Programs
- Health Promotion Programs/ Immunization Programs:
- Flu Shots
- Tetanus Shots
- Lyme Disease Vaccine
- Hepatitis “B” Vaccine
- Shingles Vaccine
- Nutrition Education Programs:
- Healthy Cooking (Meals/Snacks)
- Healthy Eating (Do’s & Don’ts)
- Weight Management Programs (Diet & Exercise)
- Onsite Vending Machines with Healthy Choices
- Label and Menu Reading
- Health Fair
- Screening Programs:
- Blood Pressure Checks
- Blood Sugar (Diabetes)
- Cholesterol Levels
- Multiphasic Blood Screenings
- Cardiovascular (EKG’s)
- Colon/Rectal (Cancer)
- Prostate Checks (PSA)
- Stool Checks (Bleeding)
If you haven’t participated in wellness offerings in the past, please tell us why?
Please identify any other interests or suggestions for Corporate Wellness topics.
BENEFITS & VALUE
IDLife affiliations allow us to offer access to cost savings resources. The
benefits are provided as a component of your participation in the
Corporate Wellness Program.
TeleMedicine services provided through MeMD allow for prompt initiation of
appropriate treatment for recurring or readily diagnosed conditions. This avoids
costly and unnecessary visits to Emergency Departments or Urgent Care Facilities.
GAP Insurance Savings Programs
Variations of GAP Health Insurance coverage can be written in all 50 States
depending on varying State Department of Insurance regulatory approvals. GAP
can cover most, if not all, of an employee or dependents out of pocket healthcare
expenses below their deductible, resulting in greatly reduced personal expenses.
MediBid is a competitive marketplace for medicine. Resources and look-up tools
enable consumers to make informed decisions about healthcare choices. Professionals
are just a click or call away to help navigate options, to serve as advocates
and to review and explain medical bills and insurance coverage.
Affordable Care Act Sponsored Benefits
IDLife Corporate Wellness Program Participants who engage in program opportunities
may avoid Affordable Care Act (ACA) penalties by using the tools and
resources the IDLife Corporate Wellness Program provides to them and their
Affordable Care Act Compliance
Affordable Care Act Compliance experts are also available to assist you in
navigating the multitude of regulations and requirements of the ACA to help
avoid uneccesary and costly penalties.
Employees and family members are eligible to receive up to a 30%
discount on all IDLife products they choose to aid them in reaching their
IDLife provides access to tools for workplace wellness audits, employee
interest surveys and legal compliance resources.
Partners In Service
IDLife Partnerships allow us to make available both American Heart
Association and American Diabetes Association sponsored programs to
meet employees’ specific needs.
Exercise programs included in the IDWellness platform offerings are
created by renowned fitness expert, Jen Widerstrom.
Additional information regarding these Value Added Opportunities is
available at http://www.ROI.HEALTHCARE
Our Corporate Wellness Program Clients benefit from improved employee health, decreased
absenteeism, decreased presenteeism, increased productivity and decreased medical expense!