These 5 strategies may help improve employee satisfaction
Utilizing these tech-based tips may help improve employee access to health care, simplify the experience, increase employee satisfaction and retention and more.
- Employee experience
- All states
- Small Business (2-100)
- Midsized Business (101-4,999)
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:
- Prioritize virtual care
- Create access to fitness incentives
- Adopt remote-patient monitoring
- Use big data to reveal opportunities
- 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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