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Allergy Control Program for Employers

Employers know the current trajectory of healthcare costs is unsustainable. Yet having a healthy, productive workforce is critical to success.

As more employer groups explore self-funded insurance options, direct contracting with primary care, onsite, or nearsite clinics, there’s a growing opportunity to regain control of costs while ensuring better outcomes.

If your self-funded group is looking to find ways to bring down the cost of chronic allergy and related disease including allergic asthma, while creating a healthier workforce, Allergychoices' Allergy Control Program may be a valuable piece of the puzzle.

La Crosse Method Protocol outcomes have been validated through the Validation Institute, an independent team of population health scientists and bio-statisticians who provide objective review to validate performance in healthcare. For more information, visit validationinstitute.com.

Our program can help employers meet the Quadruple Aim

Improve Outcomes
  • Identify and address the impact of allergic disease to improve productivity and absenteeism
  • Address root cause and reduce need for long-term allergy treatment options
  • Reduce or prevent related comorbidities from developing
Lower Healthcare Costs
  • Reduce treatment costs from allergy and related disease – office visits, procedures and medication spend
  • Reduce long-term chronic costs with early disease-modifying option
Improve Patient Experience
  • Provide employees/dependents access to affordable, disease-modifying treatment
  • Improve adherence, productivity and reduce absenteeism through convenient therapy
Improve Clinician Experience
  • Reduce chronic allergy utilization to provide more access to other patient needs
  • Efficiently integrate a treatment with validated outcomes seamlessly into workflow

Let’s start the conversation with a data review to help you determine your organization’s allergic footprint, and how we can help direct a new path to savings.