Partnership offers solutions across the entire continuum of employee well-being, including virtual health
Aduro®, a provider of corporate well-being solutions that drive human performance, today announced a partnership with leading bi-coastal health providers, Providence and Bon Secours Mercy Health, to offer employers an integrated virtual care solution. This holistic platform is a critical solution for improving employee health and well-being and will play an increasingly important role in lifestyle behaviors, as well as early detection and ongoing maintenance of chronic conditions such as depression, diabetes, and hypertension.
Since March 2020, 46% of patients are actively using telehealth according to a recent report by McKinsey & Company. Aduro’s partnership with Providence and BSMH hopes to accelerate this trend with the industry’s only personalized, digital-to-human experience in which employees can engage with lifestyle content, multi-modal coaching, precision care, and rapid access to health care providers in a virtual context. Unlike traditional corporate wellness solutions, Aduro runs on one secure platform and universal data model. This delivers a better quality of life for employees and a single, cost-efficient option for self-insured companies.
“Traditional corporate wellness has failed condition management,” said Dr. Darren White, Aduro CEO. “Wellness companies have tried to address chronic care independently, outside of our largest health systems, but in a way that is not holistic. Our Human Performance approach puts the employee experience at the center of the equation, provides rich, integrated health and well-being support, and does so through a single platform in partnership with the country’s most credible health systems.”
Aduro’s connected care solution will be fully integrated with the company’s platform of well-being software and services and aligned with Providence and BSMH medical pathways to ensure a smooth onramp for employers. The integrated solution will be available through Aduro in 2021.
“For the first time, we are creating digital to human connections, while sharing data across the entire continuum of health and wellness instead of being siloed within companies and health systems,” said Mike Waters, Chief Executive, Ambulatory Care Network at Providence. “That’s going to result in better health support, better experiences, and a better quality of life for all employees.”
“Our patients, associates, and consumers want easy access to their health and wellness information through an integrated virtual solution that is responsive to their needs,” said Justin McGoldrick, M.D., Chief Research and Innovation Officer, Bon Secours Mercy Health. “We are excited to continue to collaborate with Aduro and Providence to better enable these capabilities as we anticipate robust utilization.”