Online shopping cart About 42 percent of While employees are used to comparison shopping when it comes to purchasing things like televisions or travel, very few do so when it comes to health care.(Photo: Shutterstock)

As the industry turns towards value-based health care, comprehensive health and wellness benefits are becoming a “need to have” rather than a “nice to have.” However, with a multitude of health and wellness tools and initiatives, employees are increasingly looking to their employers for education.

According to a recent survey from Maestro Health, 62 percent of consumers do not feel their employer serves as a resource for their health care-related questions. Employers are uniquely situated to empower employees to take control of their health and benefits, but will require a comprehensive, targeted engagement strategy to do so.

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