Personalized health, community & belonging in the workplace, caregiving to cancer, and whole-person well-being are not just trends, but essentials for employers, health plans & systems.
The past two years have been unpredictable for organizations.
Health and well-being have become an organizational priority, and for a good reason. With soaring inflation, a well-being crisis, and the line between work and life forever blurred, people are now deeply invested in their health and well-being and how their organizations, health plans, and systems support them through economic uncertainty. From existing to prospective employees, people are now looking at how you solve their challenges.
The challenge now: How can you keep moving, adjusting your strategy, and keeping pace with emerging and evolving needs?
We asked experts across the health, wellbeing, and benefits navigation spectrum to give their perspectives on what the next three years will look like for employers, health plans, and health systems. Why can we be so bold to go beyond 2023? Because the trends and predictions that follow are not fads. These are essentials. To be successful, organizations must shape a future that works for everyone: individuals, the workforce, and the organization, not just for 2023 but future-proofed for tomorrow.
The ongoing and unprecedented changes we face in all areas of work and life continue to challenge organizational leaders – and the decision-makers that represent them – that now is the time to act.
Many organizational leaders expected by now to be focused on post-pandemic growth. Instead, most are navigating the challenge of rising healthcare costs, deferred care trends, the need to build community and belonging, designing hybrid and remote employee experiences, dealing with stress and burnout, and a well-being crisis, and finding themselves hyper-focused on retention after years of acquisition.
With all this in play and the future uncertain, 2023 and beyond will see a growing emphasis on health and whole-person well-being. A holistic organizational strategy that recognizes individuals and addresses their unique needs today and tomorrow.
Virgin Pulse and our world-class partner ecosystem help future-proof that strategy as organizations evolve their health, well-being, and benefits navigation solutions. To help organizations make sense of emerging needs, we asked global experts to share – What might the next three years look like for people and their organizations?
From caregiving to cancer, health to community, experts give their predictions for 2023 – and beyond.