(INDIANAPOLIS) — Nineteen Hoosier organizations across the state have qualified for new AchieveWELL certification from the Wellness Council of Indiana. The companies were honored today on the second and final day of the 2017 Indiana Health and Wellness Summit in downtown Indianapolis.
Groups working toward creating a corporate culture that encourages and supports employee health through worksite wellness programs are eligible for the designation. AchieveWELL provides an independent assessment of wellness processes and is divided into three levels: Three Star, Four Star and Five Star. The standards are progressive through the Five-Star Award. The new honorees are:
• Angie’s List – Indianapolis
• Elements Financial – Indianapolis
• Healy Group – South Bend
• INGUARD – WabashNew AchieveWELL
• Decatur County Memorial Hospital – Greensburg
• Hancock County Public Library – Greenfield
• Kimball International – Jasper
• Muncie Delaware Chamber of Commerce and Horizon Convention Center – Muncie
• Mursix Corporation – Yorktown
• MutualBank – Muncie
• Unified Group Services – Anderson
• Gregory & Appel Insurance – Indianapolis
• Eskenazi Health – Indianapolis
• Indiana University Health – Indianapolis
• Margaret Mary Health – Batesville
• Monarch Beverage – Indianapolis
• Muncie Power Products – Muncie
• Riverview Health – Noblesville
• Steinberger Construction – Logansport
Without dictating how worksite wellness programs are conducted, the AchieveWELL process offers a clear understanding of the necessary components of successful worksite wellness and recognizes excellence in the field of health promotion. Helpful tools, templates and personal coaching are offered to those aspiring to become AchieveWELL organizations.The AchieveWELL assessment and evaluation is available to all businesses in Indiana. For more information about how to become recognized, visit http://www.wellnessindiana.org or call (317) 264-2168.
The Wellness Council of Indiana is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
The Indiana Chamber partners with 25,000 members and investors – representing over four million Hoosiers – to achieve the mission of “cultivating a world-class environment which provides economic opportunity and prosperity.”