Pitney Bowes: Employer Health Strategy Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Over the ensuing decades, Pitney Bowes accommodated its way of employee wellness amid growing health care costs, switching employer approaches towards health benefits, and a rapidly changing policy environment. By 2008, the company was widely regarded as an innovator in worker wellness, having dedicated considerable time and resources to its health benefits under the direction of CEO Michael Critelli and Corporate Medical Director Jack Mahoney.

The case provides an overview of the history of employee health benefits in the U.S. and at Pitney Bowes. The variety of health plans Pitney Bowes offered to workers in 2008, as well as the business's contracting policies with commercial insurers and self-insured plan administrators, are examined in detail. Pitney Bowes health and wellness plans are also described, enabling an analysis of a conversation of where Pitney Bowes should focus its attention moving and the business's entire employee health strategy in 2008.

Pitney Bowes Employer Health Strategy case solution

PUBLICATION DATE: January 26, 2009 PRODUCT #: 709458-PDF-ENG

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