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Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the US
Two-thirds of US women who die suddenly of a heart attack had no symptoms
50% of heart attack victims have normal blood pressure
50% of heart attack victims have normal cholesterol
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women over age 25 in the United States

Corporate Services

Heart Disease is the #1 killer of both men and women, more than AIDS and all cancers combined. Heart Disease is also the most expensive and costly of the chronic diseases, almost by a 2 to 1 margin. 82% of those who die from coronary heart disease are under the age of 65.

Current methods of heart disease detection in people with no symptoms also fall extremely short. 50% of heart attack victims have normal blood pressure levels. 50% of heart attack victims have normal cholesterol levels. 75% of stroke victims have normal blood pressure levels.

In short, your heart disease cost control strategy needs to focus on early detection. HeartSavers
can help.

HeartSavers
provides corporate heart disease detection services for all sizes of corporations, non-profits, and government entities.

We can provide onsite heart disease detection services, mobile unit detection services, and other convenient ways to economically screen your employees for heart disease.

Our heart disease detection services can easily integrate with your current health and wellness programs, or provide tremendous results as a stand-alone initiative

The ROI on your heart disease detection initiative will vary, but the ROI on detection/wellness initiatives range from $2 to $8 for every dollar spent. Preventing just one heart attack in your organization could justify the program in its entirety.

To learn more, read our brochure or view our Corporate Service powerpoint presentation or PDF presentation.

Contact us today to start controlling your organizations heart disease costs, prevent heart attacks, improve the quality of your employees’ lives, and help create a happier more productive workforce.


The following examples illustrate preventive medicine's positive impact:

Merrill Lynch

For its 40,000 employees, Merrill Lynch instituted an in-house, preventive health screening program. Over five years, the company reduced its medical and related expenses by $25 million, and used the savings to increase its employee health benefits package.

Kaiser Permantente

In a three-year test involving 467 individuals, Kaiser Permanente developed a blood pressure monitoring program. Average healthcare costs for individuals participating in this three-year program were nearly 30 percent lower than for similar, non-participating individuals.

Ford Motor Company

Working with the University of Michigan, Ford created a blood pressure monitoring and intervention program for 5,000 employees. In five years, Ford realized a return on investment of $2.72 saved for every $1 spent.