Restore™ is a leading condition management solution that blends technology, people, and content to deliver an engaging and impactful program. In particular, Restore™ targets metabolic syndrome which is a combination of risk factors—such as obesity, high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar, and high cholesterol—that when occur together, increases the risk of costly chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Those conditions comprise 70% of an organization’s average annual healthcare expenditure. By focusing on these risk factors, Restore™ can reduce the onset of these conditions, whereby mitigating the rise in annual healthcare expenditure.
Restore™ has proven outcomes, real ROI, and an “at-risk” pricing model–companies only pay for eligible members that complete the program with positive results. We can do this because our parent company, Zillion, has developed a scalable, easy-to-use platform that has hosted over 800,000 users to date.
Restore™ solves one of the most pervasive problems in the healthcare industry: engagement. We believe behavior change is not only difficult, it’s personal. As a result, any program that forces users to adapt their lifestyle to fit into a particular wellbeing framework is destined to have high initial engagement but severe drop-off over time. But a program that can adjust its content, communication, pathing, pacing, and expectations will be able to overcome the majority of lifestyle roadblocks. Success is attainable when the program molds around the user and adapting to their life choices, not the other way around.
Restore,™ is a twelve-month program that targets the 30% of your employees who compromise 70% of your annual healthcare spend – those with metabolic syndrome and its core medical conditions like obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Restore™ is about real relationships and is not bot-driven. It provides personalized and relevant content, is easy & simple to use, and implements persistent activation (what we call “nudges”) that lead to long-term ENGAGEMENT, positive OUTCOMES, and true ROI. With 80% of program participants reversing one or more metabolic factors, the average healthcare cost saving is twenty-seven hundred dollars per member per year (PMPY).
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Corporate Sleep Disorder Vendors
- Corporate Metabolic Syndrome Vendors
- Diabetes Programs
- Diabetes Prevention Programs
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness
- On Demand Fitness Programs
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Coaches
- Health Coaching Software
- Telephonic Health Coach
- Weight Management Programs
- CLINICS, ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS
- Biometric Screening
- Home Screening Kits
- Finger Stick Blood Test
- Off Site Lab Testing Programs
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