The U.S. Corporate wellness Market is estimated to be valued at US$ 12.28 Bn in 2022 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 9.4% over the forecast period 2023-2030, as highlighted in a new report published by Coherent Market Insights.
The U.S. corporate wellness market involves the promotion of health and well-being in the workspace through various initiatives and programs. This includes health risk assessments, smoking cessation programs, nutrition management, weight management, stress management, and exercise programs. Corporate wellness programs aim to improve employee productivity, reduce absenteeism and healthcare costs, and enhance employee retention. Wellness activities are carried out through on-site health clinics, employee assistance programs, coaching, and disease management programs.
Rising healthcare costs in the U.S. have compelled employers to focus on wellness programs that encourage preventive health and address risk factors. Chronic conditions like obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases account for a large portion of healthcare spending. Data shows that corporate wellness activities can potentially lead to a 26% decrease in sick days, 27% reduction in healthcare costs, and 20-30% decrease in workers’ compensation and disability management claims. Additionally, corporate wellness initiatives have gained prominence as a means to improve employee well-being and boost work engagement. Employers offer such programs to boost staff morale, enhance productivity, and retain valuable talent. The COVID-19 pandemic has further underscored the importance of promoting regular health checks, stress management, and work-life balance among employees.
The U.S. corporate wellness market is dominated by the large enterprise segment. Large enterprises have more resources to invest in wellness programs and are able to derive greater returns through improved productivity and reduced healthcare costs. They are able to implement comprehensive wellness solutions involving health risk assessments, biometric screening, fitness programs, medical tests, and lifestyle management programs for chronic diseases.
Political: The Affordable Care Act has pushed employers to invest more in workplace wellness programs to control escalating healthcare costs. It offers incentives to companies that implement wellness programs.
Economic: In a tight labor market, companies are using wellness programs to attract and retain talent. It aids in improving employee morale and productivity.
Social: Rising awareness about preventive healthcare and focus on work-life balance has increased demand for wellness programs among employees. They want employers who care about their physical and mental well-being.
Technological: Digital wellness platforms offer remote monitoring, personalized coaching and gamification to engage employees. Use of mobile apps, wearables and telehealth has boosted adoption of virtual wellness solutions.
The U.S. Corporate Wellness Market Size was valued at US$ 12.28 Bn in 2022 and is expected to reach US$ 21.12 Bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of 9.4% during the forecast period. The growth is driven by increasing focus on preventive healthcare and reducing insurance costs.
The western region dominates the U.S. corporate wellness market owing to high awareness levels and strong presence of leading wellness providers. States like California, Texas and New York are major revenue generators.
Key players operating in the U.S. corporate wellness market are Ayco, Aquila, BSDI, Aduro, Active Wellness, Virgin Pulse, Compsych, Provant Health Solutions, American Specialty Health, Wellness Corporate Solutions, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, among others. The market is competitive with players focusing on digital solutions, customization and population health management to gain market share.
1. Source: Coherent Market Insights, Public sources, Desk research
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