Health on Demand
New research on employer and worker perspectives on health and the role of digital innovation helps guide employers to better understand unmet healthcare needs, solutions and opportunities.
More than half of the surveyed senior decision makers say health and well-being investment will be a greater priority for their organizations in the future.
Two-thirds of workers are willing to experiment with digital applications that provide easier or virtual access to healthcare providers and their records.
Despite concerns around data privacy, nearly 75% of workers report having some or a great deal of trust in their employers’ ability to protect personal health info.
Understanding the differences among worker segments can help employers design a program of solutions with the greatest value to their populations.
43% of both workers and employers want a more “pro-health” environment at work but differ on what tools or resources to include to address a wide range of needs.
Workers in growth markets are often two times more willing to try digital health solutions than workers in mature markets.