Questions in this section are designed to assess to what extent employers link employees to community and other health resources such as health insurance, health benefits, public health, community non-profits, hospitals and others.
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During the past 12 months, did your worksite provide employees with health-related information, programs or resources from any of the following organizations (not including your own organization):
123A. State/local public health agency
123B. Health insurance plan
Have your employer or designated staff contact your health insurance provider or administrator regarding available wellness and prevention benefits, services and programs.
123C.Health management program and/or wellness program provider/vendor
Have your employer or designated staff contact, if appropriate, any wellness or health services/program provider regarding available programs.
123D. Workers compensation provider
Have your employer or designated staff contact workers compensation provider or administrator regarding benefits, services and programs available to employees.
123E. Health-related organizations (such as the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, etc).
123F. Health insurance broker
Have your employer or designated staff contact your health insurance broker and/or administrator regarding available health promotion/wellness related benefits, programs and services available through the health insurance plan.
Have your employer or designated staff contact hospitals in your region that serve the employer’s community regarding health promotion, wellness and chronic disease management services and programs available to employees.
123I. Community Organization or Business Group (Wellness Council, Chamber of Commerce or other business group)
Have your employer or designated staff contact other local businesses, organizations and groups that may support and promote worksite wellness.