We’re very excited to announce the launch of our enterprise program today, which allows companies nationwide to offer the One Medical service as an employee health benefit. Over 40 companies have already enrolled in the program, including Adobe, Doximity, Fitbit, NBCUniversal, On Deck Capital, Percolate, Quantcast, Sequoia Benefits, Uber, and Wanelo.
Employees of participating companies enjoy unparalleled access to top primary care physicians, as well as same-day appointments, online and mobile scheduling, 24/7 telehealth services, integrative health and wellness solutions, and more.
Research shows that providing high-quality primary care through One Medical can help companies keep employees healthy and productive while lowering their overall health care costs. In fact, an independent analysis found that One Medical’s approach lowered employers’ health care costs by 8 percent, with members requiring 25 percent fewer ER visits, 31 percent fewer specialty care visits, and 39 percent fewer hospital visits.
Richard Fye, director of talent at Percolate, had this to say about One Medical’s enterprise program:
“We were looking for a high-quality service that would make seeing the doctor easier and more convenient for our team, and One Medical has really wowed us on all these counts,” said Fye. “Our approach to benefits is to encourage healthy living, and working with One Medical shows that we mean what we say about promoting our employees’ health.”
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