Health and Wellness Management Market Intelligence

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Report Coverage

  • Corporate Wellness Industry Trends
  • Technology Trends
  • Global Supplier List and Service Capabilities
  • Key global supplier profiles

Market Size

Market Size North America

$11.5 Bn

Market Size Europe

$8.6 Bn

Market Size Asia Pacific

$4.4 Bn

Market Size Middle East - Asia

$2.2 Bn

The global market for corporate health and wellness management is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.8 percent until 2025. The U.S. has the highest market maturity, followed by Europe. The APAC and other parts of Western Europe are expected to be the drivers of future growth in the segment of corporate wellness services. However, corporate wellness penetration is still low outside North America and Europe. Around 60 percent of employees in North America and 40 percent in Europe have access to workspace wellness programs. The APAC and Latin America are also witnessing an increase in the adoption of wellness programs due to efforts by large global buyers having a considerate supply base. Among all the end-user segments, large-scale organizations have the highest share in the market for global corporate wellness.

Fortune 500 companies are now focusing on employee assistance programs to increase their productivity and reduce absenteeism. The report also provides an overview of various technology trends impacting the industry, followed by innovations to improve organization, knowledge, technology, and performance. It also explores the various corporate wellness drivers and constraints impacting the market, along with regional market outlook in regions such as North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific, and Latin America.

Beroe gathers intelligence through primary sources that include industry experts, researchers, and consultants, as well as current suppliers, producers and distributors. Secondary sources can include business journals, newsletters, magazines, market research data, company sources, and industry associations. Following data collation, analysis, and strategic review, the Final Research Report is published on Beroe LiVE.

Table of Contents

  1. Health and Wellness Management Executive Summary
  2. Global Corporate Wellness Management Industry Outlook
  3. Supply Market Outlook
  4. Brexit - Impact on Corporate Health and Wellness Management

 

  1. Health and Wellness Management Market Analysis
  2. Global Corporate Wellness Market Maturity
  3. Global Corporate Wellness Industry Trends
  4. Technology Trends
  5. Global Drivers and Constraints
  6. Regional Market Outlook
  7. Industry Outlook: Corporate Wellness Affecting Factors
  8. Porter's Five Forces Analysis: Developed Markets
  9. Porter's Five Forces Analysis: Emerging Markets

 

  1. Health and Wellness Management Supply Analysis
  2. Supply Market Outlook: Supply Trends and Insights
  3. Key Global Corporate Wellness Suppliers
  4. Key Regional Suppliers: Service Portfolio
  5. Key Global Supplier Profile
  6. Supplier SWOT Analysis

 

  1. Health and Wellness Management Cost and Pricing Analysis
  2. Cost Structure Analysis
  3. Cost Analysis and Expected Savings
  4. Cost Break - up
  5. Cost Savings of Corporate Wellness Programs
  6. Pricing Analysis: Price Forecast

 

  1. Health and Wellness Management Procurement Best Practices
  2. Sourcing Models for Corporate Wellness Services
  3. Sourcing Models: Comparative Analysis
  4. Sourcing Models: Pros and Cons
  5. Cross Industry Sourcing Model Adoption
  6. Key Success Factors for Corporate Wellness Program Implementation
  7. Corporate Wellness Program Formulation
  8. Pricing Models: Comparative Analysis
  9. Regional Pricing Best Practices
  10. Key Services - based KPI and SLA Components

 

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Health and Wellness Management Global Industry Outlook

The global workplace wellness market was valued at $ 16 billion in 2016

  • The market is forecasted to grow annually, at the rate of 4–6 percent, to approximately $ 18 billion by 2018
  • The US has the highest market maturity, followed by Europe
  • APAC and parts of Western Europe are expected to be the future growth-driving markets for corporate wellness services

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Health and Wellness Management Global Market Maturity  

Corporate wellness penetration is still very low outside North America and Europe

  • 53 percent of the employees in North America and 24 percent in Europe have access to workplace wellness programs
  • APAC and Latin America are witnessing an increase in adoption due to efforts by large global buyers to consolidate supply base

Health and Wellness Management Global Industry Trends 

Increasing levels of employee wellness across the globe signal the increasing buyer maturity and willingness to partner with suppliers

  • Suppliers are also improving their supply capability by providing health screenings, lifestyle management and disease management programs
  • Fortune 500 companies are also focusing on employee assistance programs to increase the employee productivity and reduce absenteeism
  • Multinational firms in the Middle East, Africa and APAC are now focusing on improving working conditions and offering annual health, eye and dental checks

Health and Wellness Management Technology Trends

  • Buyers spend about 5–10 percent of their total benefits expenditure on technology to yield higher employee engagement and higher enrolment, thus leading to increased cost savings
  • There is an increase in the adoption of web-based decision-making analytics tools for estimating the health savings account
  • For example, Merck and Johnson & Johnson have enrolled their health insurance plans with Aetna Inc. and Cigna Healthcare, respectively, and the usage of these tools led to higher employee enrolment and active engagement with their healthcare plans
  • HSBC and Kraft Foods' use of on-line gamification tools and social networking modules resulted in a cost savings of about 5–10 percent over the traditional engagement methods
  • Employee engagement software vendor Limeade has released new software modules to help large enterprises diversify their workforces and better track engagement and communicate with workers

 

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