We are a passionate team of interdisciplinary experts comprised of Healthcare Providers, Technology Developers, Security Experts, Product Innovators and Policymakers. Founded in New England, we have worked with some of the largest healthcare stakeholders in the Northeast to counsel and advise them on best practice strategies for population health and employee wellness programming.
There is no shortage of resources on the internet for employers to learn about wellness program design. Port's team of experts will guide you every step of the way to ensure that you don't waste valuable time, money and resources trying to figure out how to build and grow a wellness program.
Our company doesn't just believe in approaching wellness differently. We actually do approach it differently because we understand that building human relationships are they key to long-term effectiveness. To do this, we first assess the needs of your company and your employees through our Proprietary Needs Assessment. We then gain knowledge about your current ecosystem strengths, weakness and resources available. We then identify your company's goals and create a strategic work plan to accomplish them. At the end of this process you will have a customized, detailed and actionable (evidence based) plan for a successful wellness program.
What we do
PORT supplies and trains interdisciplinary healthcare teams on execution of turnkey corporate wellness interventions designed to engage high cost/risk populations, in order to help drive down the employer healthcare and workers comp cost. Most importantly, we focus on human engagement first and foremost in our model. We connect with your employees directly to find out what they want vs. building a program based upon what the health risk data might tell us they need. We then power our local team of providers that are trained, credentialed and supported with our company's infrastructure to implement the agreed upon programming.
Why We Do It
The availability of technology has made it far too easy to neglect the importance of human relationships, especially when it comes to health and wellness. Understanding the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is crucial to achieving high levels of engagement at all levels in a workplace health and wellness program. The burden of health does not and should not lie solely on the shoulders of the employer. However, over time this has been the trend with growing uncertainty surrounding affordable health plans and coverage for all individuals at all ages.