Allergy Control Program for Benefits Consultants

Leading your clients to solutions that provide better health outcomes more affordably is critical to building your organization’s reputation as a key partner.

Have you considered allergy?

Of the $100 billion spent on allergy each year, most of it is focused on reducing symptoms and overusing urgent or emergency care. Your clients feel the sting of allergy-related conditions; they just may not understand the connection. Like an iceberg, most of the damaging consequences of allergy fall beneath the surface.

Allergychoices' Allergy Control Program (ACP) provides you with a unique, affordable and streamlined offering that uncovers this hidden drain on cost, outcomes and productivity. We can help you define true costs of allergy and related diseases that are missing in most reporting, and pave a path to deliver more effective and affordable diagnostic and treatment options that can result in a healthier workforce.

By treating the root cause of the disease, benefits go beyond symptom relief:

  • Help clients improve productivity and absenteeism rates among chronic allergy, asthma and related disease sufferers
  • Decrease costs from office visits, procedures and medication
  • Improve patient adherence with convenient treatment without side effects impacting productivity
  • Reduce “boomerang” patient utilization, allowing providers to treat more patients

Learn about our steps to implementation for employers, near-site and onsite clinics, and DPC providers. Then, set up a short call to discuss how we can develop a custom plan that fits your client needs.

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

Solving Healthcare Podcast

Allergychoices’ President, Jeff Kessler, was featured on a recent episode of Solving Healthcare, hosted by Michael Andrade, an employee benefits advisor. The two discussed how allergy impacts people and their employers, and how treating the cause can lower costs and improve outcomes. Listen to the podcast →

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