How would it feel if your healthcare provider was only minutes away from work? We can answer that: life-changing.

When quality, proactive primary care becomes accessible and affordable, your employees and your workplace thrive.

Face-to-face healthcare no longer needs to be in-person; find out how with Healthstat's virtual care opportunities.

We treat more than just the symptom. Healthstat's preventive services encourage healthy living that pays dividends.

Population health can improve only when a baseline is measured. We make that measurement seamless, easy, and intuitive.

Want to make your workplace safer, healthier and more productive? Our onsite services keep your employees on the job!

Prevention, treatment and self-management strategies improve the outlook for your employees and your bottom line.

Everything your employees need to get and stay healthy can be provided under your own roof with our suite of services.

Curious about what's going on in the onsite clinic world? Let our leaders and subject matter experts help you on your buying journey.

Read success stories and testimonials from our current partners and ask yourself, "What do I want my organization's health to look like?"

Are you a visual learner? We are too! Download our graphics that will help you tell the story to your stakeholders.

Our thought leaders love to learn, and they enjoy teaching just as much. Enroll today and learn from the experts.

Our thought leaders love chronicling the successes of Healthstat in the field. Read from our publications today.

With nearly two decades in onsite healthcare, our story is one worth reading. Will you be a part of the next chapter?

Who are the officers of this ship? Come meet our leadership team, hear what motivates them, and ask a question.

We put leadership principles into practice with the expert guidance and extraordinary vision of our advisory bodies.

Our team loves talking healthcare. Reach out today with questions about what we do and how we might partner with you.

Healthcare is always evolving. Stay on the cutting edge with our curated list of news, insights, and industry shake-ups.

Join the Healthstat team at onsite health and wellness center events across the country.

Trying to wrap your head around the Healthstat difference? Learn more about what makes us unique within healthcare.

Our accreditations include the AAAHC, NCQA, and the SSAE 18 SOC 2 Type II. Read more about these distinctions in care.

The Healthstat family is always growing! Inquire about career opportunities that will make the most of your talents.

This is the place to find the Patient Portal and MyWellness Portal for existing Healthstat patients. Login to get started!

Are you as healthy as you could be? See how much your employee health center has to offer - at little or no cost to you!

You want to care for your employees like family. We make it easy and business savvy - with an onsite health center.

Be a hero to your clients - current and future - with an onsite health center that delivers results you can count on.

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Build It and They Will Come? 5 True Patient Engagement Strategies

The "build it and they will come" approach may apply to certain fictional movies or building a Starbucks. But when it comes to building an onsite clinic, employees aren't always stepping over each other to get in. We at Healthstat understand the challenge of engaging your employees more than any other health and wellness provider.

Why? It’s because the agreement we extend to our clients contains a guaranteed ROI. We are so confident in our strategies that we put our own fees at risk. Engagement is the key to getting your employees on a path to wellness and thereby reducing their absenteeism and maximizing their on the job performance.

Engaging Your Employees to Use Your Onsite Clinic

Here are 5 key strategies for ensuring successful wellness programs that we drive.

1. Set measurable program goals.

A successful wellness program can impact many measurements – employee health status, absenteeism, the cost of medical claims and more. Identify the improvements you want to see, define how to measure these key indicators year over year, and then target your programs to affect those specific changes.

2. Identify your champions.

Your organization has to commit to get fit. Take steps toward establishing a culture of wellness. Involve as many employees as possible to spread awareness and increase participation. This will energize support among the employees as well as the leadership team. Nothing succeeds like success.

3. Know what success is.

Each incremental improvement in a person’s health behaviors is a step toward better health. We are asking people to make changes that last a lifetime, so those changes have to be sustainable, and solid enough to build on in the future. Wellness is not a one-time thing, it is a lifetime process.

4. Approach the whole person.

One of the biggest things to emerge in the behavioral change field in recent years is the focus on multiple behavior change. How do we approach the whole person who may have multiple behaviors that we are trying to impact? Don't overwhelm them. Treat each behavior change based on how ready the individual is to address that particular element. It's important not to make a person feel like they have to change everything all at once. For each challenge, there is a next step to success. The right message at the right time can help the person cross that bridge.

5. Know your audience.

What barriers do people have to improving their wellness? These days, so many of us know we should be taking better care of ourselves, but there's a gap between what we know and what we do. When you've tried and failed over and over to make sweeping lifestyle changes, it's hard to work up the inspiration to try again. But a successful program will focus on what it takes to move someone forward to the very next step. And as they take that one positive step at a time, they feel more in control of their own well-being. Striving for - and achieving - small goals helps people to stay engaged. And an occasional backslide doesn't have to mean it's game over. Small successes can provide the fire in the belly that keeps motivation alive on the ultimate pathway toward fulfillment. Health goals are achieved when you never stop trying.

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