InfoTech is proud to work with a diverse group of high profile, national and multinational companies. Our relationships stand the test of time as we respond to, and anticipate, our clients' needs. Here are just some of the things they will tell you about Wellness Checkpoint®:
"The real value of Wellness Checkpoint is that it turns the employee's private, personal experience into data … data into information … information into knowledge … and knowledge into action … for the employee and for the employer. InfoTech stands head and shoulders above the rest in terms of client support and service."
Dr. Alberto Colombi, Corporate Medical Director, PPG Industries
"InfoTech is in a different league when it comes to providing service to a client – they are proactive, understand your priorities … sometimes before you do, and anticipate your requirements in their product development cycle. Just when I think I have an 'Einstein moment', I find out that they are already working on it for the next release."
Dr. David Brown, Medical Director, CIBC
"InfoTech's online HRA Wellness Checkpoint HRA is available in 17 languages, and also makes adaptations to fit cultural and clinical guidelines of different countries, taking down two important barriers we'd previously faced in bringing international solutions to our clients. At StayWell, about half of our clients have international populations, and the ability to go global is becoming more and more important. We've been partnering with InfoTech for more than a year now to deliver international health assessments and are pleased with the results ."
Michael Staufacker, StayWell Health Management
"DuPont Mexico's corporate wellness initiative, supported for over 15 years by Wellness Checkpoint, reduced illness-related absenteeism from a high of 10.11 days per worker per year in 1991 to just 1.2 in 2007. Over the same time period, occupational injury rates fell while plant production increased 400%. As a result of these accomplishments, the IHPM awarded DuPont Mexico's Integrated Health Services team the 2007 International Corporate Health and Productivity Management Award."
Dr. Bernardo Curiel, Corporate Medical Director, DuPont
"The models tested here confirmed that the health of individual employees, and in particular their mental health, is a key contributor to productivity loss. But, these models also attest to how other factors measured by a comprehensive HRA like Wellness Checkpoint, contribute to both impaired performance while at work and time away from work. These factors exert their influence on productivity loss that are both independent of health and are considerable in their magnitude above and beyond the contribution of health."
Harris Allen, PhD, Harris Allen Group, LLC