UFC Receives Healthiest Companies of 2016 Award

Jul 20, 2017

UFC Receives Healthiest Companies of 2016 Award

United Farmers Cooperative is proud to announce national recognition as one of the Healthiest Companies in America by Interactive health, a national leader known for its personalized wellness solutions.  United Farmers Cooperative is one of 156 companies across the country being recognized for helping employees make significant and sometimes life-saving changes to improve their health.  This is the first-year United Farmers Cooperative has won the award.


With the help of strategic and flexible wellness initiatives, the Healthiest Companies in America recipients have accomplished tremendous success, achieving participation rates in excess of 70 percent and a low-risk health score for their population total, based on rigorous and clinically sound health evaluations.


United Farmers Cooperative has been working with Interactive Health for eight years, but participating in wellness events for over eleven years.  UFC strongly believes by educating and engaging out employees in their health coverage has led to their employees changing their ways.  2012 was the last year our employees have received an increase in their medical premiums.  We are very proud of what we have been able to accomplish together.


Participants in Interactive Health’s wellness program receive a thorough health evaluation to identify risk and learn about their health status. Through combination of rapid outreach, connection to personal physicians and tailored resources, a personalized course of action is delivers to the participant results in improved or maintained health, leading United Farmers Cooperative to this achievement.”

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