By: Casey Stanley—
Ontario Systems, a leading receivables and revenue cycle management technology and services provider, announced it has achieved a Five-Star AchieveWELL rating for worksite wellness from the Wellness Council of Indiana. The company was awarded a three-star rating last year and has since worked to advance its programs and culture, aimed at creating and encouraging worksite wellness. Eight companies were recognized during the Indiana Health and Wellness Summit on October 8.
“The Wellness Council of Indiana’s nationally-renowned AchieveWELL analysis and evaluation process is based on evidence-based best practices,” says Chuck Gillespie, Executive Director of the Wellness Council of Indiana. “There have only been about 125 workplaces recognized as AchieveWELL companies across the state in the last five years. Of those, only 15 companies have successfully achieved and maintained their Five-Star rating. Ontario Systems provides the type of wellbeing atmosphere that helps them attract and retain the best talent.”
Companies achieving the Council’s Five-Star rating are recognized as elite organizations that have made employee well-being a priority in the workplace. These operations have experienced noteworthy growth in the evolution of their wellness initiative and embrace it as part of the business strategy.
“Receiving this recognition for our wellness effort is directly attributable to our wellness team’s and our associates’ commitment and focus – our people ultimately produce the culture and healthy outcomes that matter most,” says Jill Lehman, Ontario Systems Chief People Officer. “We congratulate our peers in this category and are proud to be one of many health-focused employers across Indiana receiving this recognition. Our hope is to inspire others to join the movement to make a difference in the health of our employees, our communities and our state.”
About the Wellness Council of Indiana
The Wellness Council of Indiana is a 501(c)(3) organization and the only statewide group specifically dedicated to worksite wellness in Indiana. Organized as a volunteer based association in 1988 and acquired by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce in 2011, the Wellness Council of Indiana has grown to be one of the largest state councils in the United States.
The Wellness Council serves as the clearing house and resource center on corporate health promotion for Indiana They assist members by providing tools to allow their wellness programs to grow. The council believes that the quality of life of any community is measured, to a large degree, by the health of its people. It is their vision to make Indiana a model state by improving the quality of life of its employees.
About Ontario Systems
Ontario Systems, LLC is a leading provider of solutions to the accounts receivables management (ARM) and healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM) industries. Offering a full portfolio of software, services and business process expertise, Ontario Systems customers include nine of the 10 largest ARM companies, and three of the top six best health systems in the U.S., with 55,000 representatives in more than 500 locations.
Casey Stanley is Vice President, Marketing at Ontario Systems. Ontario Systems
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