Dublin has received the “Well Deserved” award twice from UnitedHealthcare and joins Adams County Government (Brighton, Colo.), GTECH Corp. (Providence, R.I.) and NCH Corporation (Irving, Texas) in this achievement of the Golden Apple Award.
“This year’s ‘Well Deserved’ award winners are leaders in improving the health of their employees and their families while reducing health care costs,” said Carol Calvin, RN, MS, CPQH, national director of UnitedHealthcare Health and Wellness. “These employers are empowering their employees to make positive health care decisions by providing innovative and creative ways to encourage a healthy lifestyle. It’s an honor to recognize their notable achievements.”
The “Well Deserved” award program was designed to recognize employer customers that have implemented successful wellness programs and to reinforce UnitedHealthcare’s mission of helping people live healthier lives. An external broker review panel reviewed and judged the applicants.
Additionally, the City of Dublin was recognized as the Healthiest Employers, medium company category by Columbus Business First.
The vision of the City’s wellness program is to develop a comprehensive, sustainable Health Management Program that encourages a culture of wellness and health among employees and which is accountable to both employees and the community. The long-term keys to success for managing the cost of providing health care to employees and families are to reduce the preventable health risks in our population and to encourage employees to make better choices as consumers of health care.
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City of Dublin receives Golden Apple Award from UnitedHealthcare for worksite wellness program
Columbus Business First names City of Dublin Healthiest Employer, medium company category