Vera Whole Health started out in the business of behavior change with a vision to address the root cause of disease. We began in 2007 as a wellness studio with the mission to help people change behaviors by esteeming them through empathetic listening and applied our approach to the corporate setting in 2009. We opened our first care center in 2012 and now operate 28 care centers in nine states. Vera Whole Health, Inc. is a C-Corporation. For on-site care centers, our target population size is 2,500 or more employees and their families, justifying a fully staffed care center open 40 to 50 hours per week. Our ideal client is one who has a desire for healthier employees and one who is engaged in the health of their employees and their families for the long term. Current markets include municipalities, school districts, manufacturing, non-profits, healthcare, construction, unions and payers.
Operationally, what differentiates us is our integrated approach which combines primary, preventive, and urgent care, workers’ compensation, occupational health, and wellness services with management services organization capabilities. Our model was designed as an employer-sponsored Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and patient-centered medical home, supported by robust informatics for optimized population health management. Aggregated data analysis, risk stratification, and patient registries are used to develop targeted outreach campaigns to drive health engagement. By incenting our clinical staff on quality outcomes, we create an ideal environment for integrated care. Your providers are given the time to fully address medical needs and lifestyle factors impacting patient health. The result is improved health outcomes and reduced medical costs. We have a start-up mentality, maintaining full transparency and open communication – from corporate leadership to clinical staff – esteeming, listening, and holding our patients, our clients, and each other in high regard. We are passionate about providing an incredible patient experience and achieving our vision to create a health revolution. As demonstrated by our 4.6-4.9 out of 5.0 range for patient satisfaction scores across our book of business, we focus on creating an unmatched patient experience.Get More Info
Vera_On-Site Clinic Essentials Issue 1_ Culture Matters.pdf
Vera_On-Site Clinic Essentials Issue 2_Benefit Strategy Design.pdf
VWH_Seattle_Childrens_Client Spotlight 2019 Final.pdf
VWH_City of Kirkland Case Study.pdf
Vera Ebook Advanced Primary Care.pdf
VWH_Executive Spotlight Ryan_112019.pdf
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