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Employer population health

We're here to help improve employee health

Employers face multiple obstacles when it comes to employee well-being programs.  We're here to help make planning and implementation easy. 


Contact us to start building your population health program.

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Our 3-pronged approach to improving employee health

Chronic conditions cost employers $36.4 billion per year in absenteeism.1 Offering yearly health screenings helps employees understand their health risks, improve key health measures, and lower their risk for costly chronic diseases. But screening is just the foundation for employee wellbeing.

To improve employee health, data from biometric screenings should be leveraged to connect employees to convenient, quality care and clinically proven health improvement programs. As a leader in diagnostic insights, with 20 years working with employers nationwide, Quest has developed a 3-pronged approach to our products, services, and collaborations that can help your organization empower better health and reduce healthcare spending.

Identify. Guide. Improve.

Screening and testing to identify health risks

Services that guide individuals to quality, affordable care

Programs that improve health and lead to sustainable lifestyle changes

Guide employees to quality, affordable care

With effective identification, guidance to care, and health improvement solutions, you can help reduce the incidence of high-cost chronic conditions among your employees.
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POWERING Employee Health

20 years of experience

Since 2001, we have helped thousands of employers improve employee health and reduce healthcare spending. 

Contact us to begin building your population health program

Our mission is to help employers design comprehensive population health programs to gain critical insights about their employees’ health and implement clinically proven health solutions.

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1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Workplace Health Promotion. March 10, 2020. Accessed April 15, 2020.