Inspire a healthier, more productive workforce and reduce costs and absenteeism

The biggest employer costs that could be reduced through Food-as-Medicine programs are hospitalization costs, costs for chronic disease management and treatment, spending on weight loss medications, and productivity losses due to poor health. Ingredient efficacy is a cornerstone to the effectiveness of all Food-as-Medicine programs. Reduced hospitalizations: Providing medically tailored meals to eligible employees could lead to 6 million fewer hospitalizations annually, resulting in estimated net savings of $13.6 billion over one year and $185.1 billion over 10 years for the healthcare system.

Improved Employee Health and Productivity

  • The personalized, evidence-based food recommendations can help prevent or manage chronic conditions like diabetes, reducing absenteeism and improving productivity.

  • By addressing food allergies and intolerances, the app can enhance employee well-being and focus.

Competitive Advantage in Talent Acquisition and Retention

  • Offering the GoNo app demonstrates an employer’s commitment to employee health and work-life balance, enhancing their ability to attract and retain top talent, especially those managing chronic conditions or food allergies.

Revenue Sharing Opportunities

  • GoNo shares revenues, product rebates, and incentives with employers and their employees, delivering cash and savings for employees and reducing program costs for employers.

Valuable Data Insights

  • The app’s proprietary dataset provides invaluable insights into employee health trends, which can inform wellness program strategies and negotiations with insurance providers.

  • By investing in the GoNo app, employers can promote a healthier, more productive workforce, reduce healthcare costs, gain a competitive edge in talent acquisition and retention, and potentially generate revenue while accessing valuable data insights that have never been available before.

Key Cost Savings for Employers

  • Preventing or managing chronic conditions through better nutrition can lead to significant healthcare cost savings for employers.

  • Reduced hospitalizations and healthcare costs through medically tailored meals and produce prescriptions.

  • Lower costs for chronic disease management like diabetes and cardiovascular events.

  • More cost-effective than weight loss medications for improving nutrition.

  • Decreased productivity losses due to improved employee health.

  • Reduction in overall medical costs related to diet-related diseases.