These 5 strategies may help improve employee satisfaction

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, technology is reshaping many aspects of life, including creating more convenient ways for people to use their health care benefits.

Employers that focus on technology as a way of simplifying employee access to health care may find it increases worker satisfaction and retention. There may also be cost savings — for the employees and the organization.

According to Dr. Donna O’Shea, Chief Medical Officer of Population Health at UnitedHealthcare, the following 5 tech-based strategies may help employers support their employees’ well-being and improve their health care experience:

  1. Prioritize virtual care
  2. Create access to fitness incentives
  3. Adopt remote-patient monitoring
  4. Use big data to reveal opportunities
  5. Consider bundling benefits

To learn more about these strategies and how they may help improve the employee experience, read this UnitedHealthcare Newsroom article.

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