join the region’s top ceos in getting bay healthy
Top business and industry leaders continue to join the unprecedented regional health and wellness initiative Bay Healthy. Among the most recent is Hill Physicians Medical Group CEO David Joyner.
“I will exercise at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week,” Joyner pledges. “I will schedule exercise breaks and not let other matters to get in the way. My health will be a priority because it enables me to take care of my family and employees.”
The Bay Healthy online platform enables individuals and employers to pledge One Thing—any small action or behavior related to nutrition, fitness, sleep, gratitude or volunteerism—toward improving their health. It equips employers with the tools to challenge and motivate their employees to do the same. The online platform also enables businesses to promote and reinforce workplace wellness programs already in place through its promotional story-sharing feature.
Healthy employees are more productive, more creative and less likely to experience health problems that drive up health costs for everyone. In that spirit, the region’s leading industry leaders are committing to get their companies Bay Healthy. Promoting health makes very good business sense. Other major payoffs for wellness programs include improved presenteeism and engagement with the company and its business or mission. Read the op-ed on Bay Healthy published in the Business Times>>
Presented by Sutter Health and developed in partnership by the Bay Area Council and San Francisco Business Times, Bay Healthy is leveraging the strength of the region’s employer community to make a meaningful impact on the health of the Bay Area. Special thanks to Bay Healthy sponsors Benz Communications, Dignity Health and PwC.