Every employer wants a workforce that’s healthy, happy, and most of all, productive. Yet reaching that goal gets more challenging with chronic conditions on the rise, especially when it comes to the heart.
The toll of cardiovascular disease (CVD) on the workplace is staggering. Employees with cardiovascular disease lose 56 hours more per year in productivity than their peers without the condition, and cost $1,119 more in insurance; those with congestive heart failure cost all payers $8,332 a person per year.
But these costs can be avoided with the right strategies.
In our latest report, you’ll learn:
- How cardiovascular disease affects the workplace
- Factors with the greatest impact on CVD risk
- How to implement preventative strategies Now is the time to empower employees living with chronic conditions who are at risk for cardiovascular disease to play a more proactive role in their own health.
Employers have the chance to reduce healthcare costs, improve the lives of their teams, and reverse the dire cardiovascular disease crisis in the United States.
Download our latest report, “Getting to the Heart of Employee Health and Wellness,” to understand why heart health matters, what employers can do to reduce CVD risk, and its true financial impact.