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Orriant

September 19, 2013 10:30 ET

In the Midst of New Obamacare Confusion, Orriant's Results-Driven Corporate Wellness Programs Are Proving to Lower the Cost of Healthcare

Orriant's Existing Compliance With Newly Released Obamacare Rules Is Just One of the Reasons Why Orriant Customers Are Facing the Future With Confidence

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Sep 19, 2013) - With new Obamacare regulations being implemented in January 2014, other wellness companies are rushing to align their corporate wellness programs to meet new standards. Already compliant with the upcoming rules for nearly a decade, Orriant is helping their customers to lower employee healthcare costs with Orriant's accountability-based company health programs.

Orriant has always been unique amongst company wellness plans, specifically when implementing their plans. Orriant takes an individual approach. Each participant is paired with a certified Orriant Health Coach, who holds a minimum of a 4-year degree in a health-related field. Orriant coaches take into account the participant's personal health status and help create goals, eating plans, and fitness guidelines that fit within the individual's lifestyle. Working with each participant on a personalized level allows more people to meet their health-related goals, which often results in weight loss, decreased blood pressure, and lower employee healthcare costs.

Further separating Orriant from their competitors is their high volume of participation. While average company wellness plans have a participation rate of 15-20%, Orriant boasts an average of 70-90% participation rate. This massive jump is based on Orriant's one of a kind coaching and tracking system. The objective of Orriant's accountability-based plans is to increase the overall health of employees, promote a more productive work force, and lower employee healthcare costs. 

Along with being compliant with federal standards, Orriant corporate wellness programs have proven to show impressive results for their clients. They have succeeded in reducing the number of emergency room and doctor's office claims. With a strong track record backing their efforts, Orriant's company wellness plans have proven to decrease the amount of insurance and health-related costs by teaching participants how they can make healthier choices in their day to day life.

Corporate health programs are becoming a staple, not only in large corporations, but in small businesses as well. While other companies rush to adjust their plans to fit the new federal standards, Orriant is focused on helping companies across the country decrease the amount of money spent on healthcare. Orriant's innovative, non-discriminatory programs offer individual focus and results. For more information about Orriant's accountability-based company health programs and how Orriant can help your business save money, visit their website at www.orriant.com or call 888-346-0990 x2.