Connected digital health tool and mental health toolkit honored as best-in-class resources
WEST DES MOINES, IOWA (December 14, 2021)—Businessolver®, a leader in SaaS-based benefits technology and services, received three honors in the semi-annual Digital Health Awards (DHA), announced Nov. 19. Among more than 500 entries received, Businessolver’s MyChoice® Find a Provider tool, Mental Health Toolkit, and white paper, “Declining Mental Health Requires Employer Empathy,” were awarded silver, bronze, and merit honors, respectively.
MyChoice Find a Provider won silver recognition in the Connected Digital Health: Consumer Directed Digital Health Programs category. The tool, fully integrated within Businessolver’s technology platform Benefitsolver®, connects users to high-quality, in-network medical providers, plus allows them to book appointments and calculate care costs—all without leaving the platform.
“It’s exciting to have one of the latest tools in our Personalized NavigationTM suite recognized for its innovation and inherent value to members,” said Rae Shanahan, Businessolver Chief Strategy Officer and CEO of Innovation Works, the Businessolver business unit dedicated to innovative design and development. “The driving focus of our innovation roadmap is developing empathetic and intuitive ways to move employees from benefits selection to activation. MyChoice Find a Provider helps them do just that in a seamless and single-source way, within the platform they are already used to accessing their benefits information.”
Additionally, Businessolver won bronze honors in DHA’s Web-based Digital Health: Resource/Tool category for its Mental Health Toolkit, a collection of resources for employers to increase awareness and decrease stigma around mental health issues, and bolster workplace supports within their organization.
Finally, a white paper focused on mental health from Businessolver’s 2021 State of Workplace Empathy study received a DHA merit recognition. “Declining Mental Health Requires Employer Empathy” highlights survey data collected from employees, HR leaders, and CEOs related to mental health benefits and overall organizational culture. It also provides five steps for supporting mental health in the workplace.
Since 1998, Businessolver has delivered market-changing benefits technology supported by an intrinsic responsiveness to client needs. The company creates client programs that maximize benefits program investment, minimize risk exposure, and engage employees with easy-to-use solutions and communication tools to assist them in making wise and cost-efficient benefits selections. Founded by HR professionals, Businessolver’s unwavering service-oriented culture and secure SaaS platform provide measurable success in its mission to provide complete client delight.
Bridget Mortland, Head of Marketing, Businessolver