We all have some sense of the relationship between sleep and our ability to function throughout the day. At some point in time, everyone has experienced the fatigue, bad mood, or lack of focus that so often follows a night of poor sleep. However, what many people do not realize is that a lack of sleep—especially on a regular basis—is associated with long-term health consequences, including chronic medical conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and even mental health issues and that these conditions may lead to a shortened life expectancy.
•See how Southern Company, implemented SleepCharge by FusionHealth to treat sleep as a priority, rather than a luxury.
•How they drove engagement through the program as a means to preventing a number of chronic medical conditions
•By addressing sleep, they are helping their employees get healthier and improve their long-term healthy while significantly reducing costs.
•Jonathan King, Senior Consultant, HR Compensation and Benefits, Southern Company Services, Inc.
•George Marling, , Senior Consultant, Health & Welfare | HR Compensation and Benefits, Southern Company Services, Inc.
•John Letter, President and COO, SleepCharge and FusionHealth