Mandala Corporate Wellness Programs

Here at Mandala, we recognize that the healthcare of your employees is interlinked with the health of your company. We are excited to offer an affordable healthcare plan that works for your entire staff and their immediate family.

The Mandala Corporate Wellness Program includes:

  • Monthly inspiring preventive wellness lectures.

For details and pricing information, please contact us at 303-444-2357 or


The Mandala Corporate Wellness Program works with your FSA/HSA

Your treatments might be covered by your Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Savings Account (FSA), your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Your HSA was approved by Congress in 2003. They are actual bank accounts in employees’ names that allow employees to save and pay for medical expenses tax-free. Your HSA has a year to year roll over to use for subsequent year’s health coverage, and the account earns interest.

An FSA allows employees to pay out-of-pocket expenses for copays, deductibles and certain services not covered by medical plan, tax-free. This is the only option that allows employees to pay for dependent care tax-free. Your HRA provides more control for the employer who may set the contribution level, determine services to be covered, and retain control over unused funds.

Contact your employer or Health care insurance provider about getting your FSA/HSA/HRA account set up.

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Corporate Wellness Studies

Johnson and Johnson
Headquartered in New Brunswick, NJ Employees: 45,000
$500 incentive for employees to bi-annually take Health Risk Assessment and follow-up work consult and recommendations. Reduction in medical care costs amounted to a savings per employee of $225 annually. Johnson & Johnson savings averaged $8.5 million annually, primarily due to lower administrative and medical utilization cost, reductions in hospital admissions, mental health visits and outpatient service use.

Highsmith, Inc.
Fort Atkinson, WI
Employees: 225 Monetary incentive for completing health care screening. If they meet this requirement, the company pays 75% of the employee’s health care premiums. If they do not meet these criteria, the company only pays 60% of the employee’s premiums. Health insurance premium increase of only 4.6% from 2002-2006. National averages in double digit increases. For 2005, only 1.07% increase.
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NEW YORK — Fifty-seven percent of employers with 500 or more employees are providing employees with a wellness program, up from 49 percent in 2006, according to MetLife’s Sixth Annual Employee Benefits Trends Study.
According to the MetLife study, employers that offer wellness programs are more likely to see benefits as a very important tool for employee retention (70 percent of employers that offer wellness programs contrasted to 50 percent of employers that do not). These employers are more likely to say that the benefits programs they offer are better than competitors’ programs or the best in their industry (65 percent of employers that offer wellness programs vs. 42 percent that do not). They also say that they offer programs geared to an aging work force (47 percent of employers that offer wellness programs vs. 6 percent that do not), and they say that their benefits program is an important reason that employees are attracted to their company (51 percent of employers that offer wellness programs contrasted to 22 percent of employers that do not).

The survey, which was completed in 2007, involved 1,380 full-time employees and 1,652 managers at companies throughout the country and in a variety of industries.
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BLOOMFIELD, CT — One-third of people surveyed by CIGNA, a global health service company, say that the economy has changed the way they take care of themselves. Of those people, 55 percent report taking better care of their health by exercising, eating healthier or getting regular check-ups and screenings, while 41 percent say they are taking worse care of themselves.

“These are very significant findings,” says Dr. Smith. “The fact that most Americans equate healthy behaviors with a satisfying, prosperous and productive life reveals a huge opportunity for physicians, health educators and health coaches to help people put these beliefs into action.”

Nearly two-thirds (63 percent) of Americans say that their health is a priority, while another 30 percent say they have good intentions and think they should be doing more to safeguard their health or need some help.
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