Measuring Change: Evaluating Health and Wellness
Coaching Performance, Outcomes and ROI

Many health plans and employers are banking on health and wellness coaching
to stem spending for the chronically ill in their populations and point those at risk
for a health crisis toward healthier, less costly behaviors. While tools to identify
coaching candidates abound, no straightforward formula for evaluating coaching
ROI exists.

However, emerging findings from two health coaching organizations indicate that
the structure of a coaching program and in some cases the coaches' own personal
attributes can deliver hoped-for participant outcomes in weight management,
tobacco cessation, stress management and related health-related savings. Measuring Change: Evaluating Health and Wellness Coaching Performance, Outcomes and ROI

In this special report, Measuring Change: Evaluating
Health and Wellness Coaching Performance,
Outcomes and ROI
, two health coaching thought leaders
present their coaching ROI models and examine the impact
of health and wellness coaching on behaviors and the bottom
line. They also share anecdotal research that ties coaches'
personal attributes to optimal outcomes information
that can influence health and wellness coach hiring
strategies.

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Ted Borgstadt, founder and chairman of TrestleTree Inc., and Darcy Hurlbert,
health and wellness product specialist at Ceridian LifeWorks, provide details on:

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