Target: Improving Health Care Value by Focusing on Wellness, Prevention and Transparency | Business Roundtable


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  • Target insures more than 200,000 “team members,” including full- and part-time employees and their dependents, through a range of insurance plans.
  • Fostering a “culture of well-being” is a key corporate focus, and Target empowers team members to be actively engaged in their health care, reach their well-being goals and be better consumers of health care, by:
    • Aligning workplace environment and policies through grassroots, team member-to-team member initiatives to support health and well-being by focusing on work-life balance, fitness/physical activity, worksite medical clinics, healthy food and child/elder care;
    • Enhancing free and low-cost options for onsite health screenings and preventive care;
    • Providing monetary incentives and premium reductions;
    • Providing easy-to-use comprehensive health assessment tools to help team members understand their own personal health and risk factors;
    • Offering a variety of transparency tools to help team members and their dependents better use health insurance, harness value and benefit from savings where possible;
    • Making available one-on-one health coaching for team members with serious health situations; and
    • Emphasizing the importance of preventive health management.
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