HCB renews partnership with Healix

The Health Claims Bureau Group is renewing its partnership with Healix Health Services.

In the last six months, HCB Group has helped over three quarters (77%) of those who used the service to return to work through its Early Intervention programme, while achieving other positive outcomes, such as partial return to work or referrals to specialists, for a further 9% of cases.

Through the partnership, Healix has helped employees with chronic and debilitating conditions, including Long Covid, by providing access to HCB Group’s nurse-led Employee Health Management service.

Ian Talbot, CEO, Healix Health Services said: “In the last three years, we have seen HCB Group live up to its great reputation in the employee wellbeing sector and help provide valuable support for employees. We chose to partner with HCB for their expertise in early intervention and supporting employees, while also having a clear understanding of the benefit of managing employee health for the profitability of a business. We look forward to the continuing our partnership and the expertise and value they bring to our clients and their employees.”

Jim Harris, managing director, Health Claims Bureau Group added: “Our partnership with Healix has allowed us to combine our facilitated Employee Health Management services with the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of a Healthcare Trust. Healix’s expertise has also enabled us to fulfil our aspiration of revamping the traditional occupational health model, and this valuable partnership continues to drive our growth in this arena.”

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