Healthstat, Inc., an industry leader for onsite, nearsite, and shared clinics, is recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for its expansive efforts to drive quality improvement in over 300 clinics serving employers and employees in 35 states across the US.
Healthstat's mission, to help organizations learn how healthy their employee populations can be, is a core component of the company's identity. The organization is a national onsite and nearsite care provider to public and private employers such as the City of Waukesha, Waukesha County, and the School District of Waukesha, WI, BB&T, HBO, and Western Growers Association. At Waukesha alone, employees and their families to the tune of $1.8 million saved have recognized the value of onsite services.
"Our partnership with Healthstat has allowed us to save money while improving health care services to employees and their families," said Paul Farrow, Waukesha County Executive. "Saving taxpayer dollars by reducing health costs and reallocating those savings to other needs is key to living our county philosophy."
"We aim to cultivate the 'human' side of medicine for providers and patients," said Crockett Dale, CEO, Healthstat. "Our unique approach paves the way for preventive care as well as addressing disease and illness. High quality onsite care mitigates costs and motivates those at risk."
The health-conscious spirit of the organization is underscored by its commitment to companies focused on providing their employees access to the best health and wellness programs. More than half of Healthstat's clients are public schools, local government entities, and manufacturers that approach onsite care as more than just a benefit, but access to care capable of positively affecting the lives and productivity of their workforce.
The NCQA Wellness & Health Promotion (WHP) Accreditation is a comprehensive assessment of full-service wellness providers. WHP evaluations use industry-leading evidence-based standards to assess key areas of health promotion such as
- How wellness programs are implemented in the workplace
- How services such as coaching can empower participants to boost their health
- How private health information is protected
The NCQA Accreditation serves as a checklist for employers that a vendor follows best practices that help keep employees healthy and contain health care costs.
"Health and wellness are cultural, not transactional," said Dale. "If companies embrace the value proposition, wellness programs will result in improved health, enlightenment, and education."
For more information, visit www.healthstatinc.com