About Extracon Science
Extracon is making the employee’s doctor a key member of the wellness team. The doctor is the key to resolving biometric issues and closing prevention gaps – so why do most wellness programs leave out the doctor?
We are a wellness company with 10 years of nationwide experience in technology, program design and incentives. We bring design and technology together to create a wellness program that gets 98% physician participation and is fully HIPAA compliant.
Instead of building up a parallel system of screenings, clinics and coaching – we believe the wellness program should help employees work better with the doctor they already have. Instead of sending employees to screeners and coaches who can’t diagnose or treat anything, we believe in sending employees to the doctor and measuring whether they do the follow-up their doctor recommends.
We also believe in using the fitness device your employees already carry every day – using our iOS and Android Apps to enable accurate tracking of steps and weight without buying any devices.
Our approach is simple but revolutionary. We send participants to their primary care doctor for an annual wellness visit that’s far more comprehensive and tailored than an onsite screening. Then, the doctor flags any prevention gaps or biometrics that are out of range. The participant’s personalized goals within the program are to resolve those issues – as verified by their doctor.
The end result? Participants who are working closely with their primary care doctor to close prevention gaps and resolve biometric issues. And verified results that you’ll love presenting to your CFO.
Our programs also include a lifestyle component, with Challenges and incentives based on validated physical activity and weight management – as measured by our smartphone App or a fitness device. The programs include a wellness portal, health coaching, and management of incentives and compliance.
For the same price as the screenings most employers use today, with Extracon they can have a complete wellbeing program that includes everything they need to actually improve biometrics, close care gaps, and improve lifestyle.
Extracon Science Offerings
- PLATFORMS & HUBS
- Wellness Companies
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Health Coaches
- Telephonic Health Coach
- CLINICS, ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS
- Health Risk Assessment
- Physician Forms
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