According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), worker illness and Injury costs U.S. Employers $225.8 Billion every year. The Harvard Business Review has reported that more employees are working when they are sick, costing employers about $150 billion to $250 billion each year or 60 percent of the total cost of worker illness. Encouraging an environment of wellness in your business not only helps your employees stay healthy, but can also have a truly positive impact on your bottom line.

Why Wellness Matters

Absenteeism costs American businesses



or $1,685/employee


Of Employers Say...

... employee health habits are a top challenge to controlling health-care costs.


Lower Absenteeism

Workers who eat healthy and exercise regularly miss less work.


Increased Productivity

Employees who exercise for at least 30 minutes, 3x a week, are more likely to have higher job performance.

inWellness meets this need by enabling a corporate wellness environment in your organization by providing an easy, insurance-based, value-added offering for your employees that doesn’t distract their focus or pull them from work unnecessarily. inWellness makes it simple, easy and efficient.

* Source: Harvard Business Review.


What’s involved?

inWellness will set up an on-site testing facility at your chosen business location, usually a small office or conference space. Your employees will be able to come to that location at scheduled times to learn more, ask questions, and be tested using a Modified Quantitative Allergy Push Test (MQPT). This test is less invasive, more comfortable, and equally effective to traditional “prick testing” and can be administered in a couple of minutes with minimal patient discomfort.  It includes approximately 60 airborne (inhalant) allergens consisting of Arizona-specific trees, grasses and weeds, as well as animals, molds and dust mites.  The results of this test identify allergens that may be treated with a patient-specific immunotherapy serum.  An additional array of 20 food allergens is also tested for, though immunotherapy treatment for any food sensitivities/reactions is not presently offered.


Who handles diagnosis & treatment?

After the testing is complete, results will be immediately reviewed with the patient.  If the patient is determined to be a candidate for immunotherapy (allergy desensitization), then the allergy technician, subject to patient consent, will provide the results to an inWellness physician who orders the serum mixing prescription and the locally-based inWellness allergy preparation center will formulate the custom allergy serum vials based upon the individual patient testing results.  The on-site inWellness program enables your participating employees to be treated quickly and efficiently at your facility reducing time away from work creating an on-site wellness environment that improves employee health, reduces absenteeism and keeps your employees engaged in their own positive health outcomes.


Space? Staff? Material?

The entire program can be administered within a very small physical space. inWellness staff will set up and administer the program on a schedule that works with your needs. Some of our corporate partners create scheduled time slots for each interested employee. Others schedule an open drop-in session during the day. Scheduling weekly on-site time for your inWellness program enables your employees to receive treatments on your campus rather than traveling to their doctor’s office reducing time lost from work and keeping them focused and engaged at work.


inWellness is dedicated to the highest quality employee/patient care and superior customer service to our partners. You will have an administrator assigned to your company who can answer any questions and solve any challenges you may have. We are dedicated to creating a successful wellness service offering/program for your company and your employees.

Contact us today to learn more and get started with inWellness.