The Sprout Platform enables organizations to drive lasting behavior change through data driven, socially engaging experiences. The result is increased organizational wellbeing and reduced health risks with a tangible ROI.
The Sprout platform was first launched in 2011 as a tool for Tier 1 organizations to engage employees in wellness and measure the impact of their programs. Since then, Sprout has grown to become a leading wellness engagement platform that drives measurable and positive behavioural changes in employees.
Sprout’s principal business is offering our clients a complete, end-to-end wellness engagement platform. The solution spans across the entire spectrum of health, ranging from fully integrated health surveys and reward integration, to enabling employees to set goals, create challenges and compete with colleagues. In other words, we equip companies with the modern tools that they need to promote a holistic approach to wellness.
Additionally, Sprout has a solution for partners to provide Insurers, TPA’s, Consultants, EAP’s and other Health Systems with the ability to harness the power of The Sprout Platform to add exponential value to existing offerings.
Unlike its competition, Sprout has proven product superiority which is constantly being validated by our partners and clients. Our unique value proposition includes…
Best in Class Service
Sprout is with you every step of the way on your journey to achieve lasting, measurable results. Our team of experienced wellness and behavioral change experts will provide you with the support, best practices and program recommendations to ensure success. We also offer full member support to ensure an exceptional experience.
Insight and Analytics
Your time is important. Use Sprout’s insights to focus on at risk departments and locations and programs that truly work. Measure results with real time risk factor prediction. Integrate your claims, absenteeism, engagement and performance data to obtain even deeper insights, action plans, and real time ROI.
We’ve leveraged the best social media and usability best practices, gamification, rewards and incentives to build organic program participation. Through targeted, just-in-time communications, user-generated content and authentic connections we achieve industry leading program participation.
- PLATFORMS & HUBS
- Wellness Companies
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- Corporate Resilience Program
- Mindfulness at Work
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Incentive Fulfillment Companies
- Off Site Lab Testing Programs
- Biometric Screening
- Finger Stick Blood Test
- Health Risk Assessment
Sprout Features – August Final.pdf
Sprout 101 – August edit.pdf
Sprout & ParticipACTION Case Study (US Version).pdf
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