Building healthy and productive businesses together: Announcing the Vida Health and Workday Ventures partnership
At Vida Health, we believe that people are a business’ most important and valuable resource — that’s why we’re thrilled to announce we’ve found a partner — Workday — who believes the same. Workday gives HR and Finance teams the tools they need to motivate, engage and manage their workforce for the betterment of employees and the businesses they’re part of.
The Vida Health team is committed to improving health outcomes for workforces everywhere, and in turn, improving productivity and cost efficiency for business. Our programs effectively address lifestyle and chronic physical and behavioral health conditions, from diabetes and hypertension to stress, depression and anxiety. Vida is designed to meet people where they are in their health journey, leveraging the power of digital therapeutic programs combined with telemedicine with a health coach or therapist, and devices and remote monitoring to lead to better health outcomes.
We’ve helped thousands of employees quit smoking, reduce stress and anxiety, lose weight, and reverse type 2 diabetes. Like Lyndsey, an employee at eBay who lost 80 pounds, quit smoking, and has more energy at work. Our hope is that, with this partnership, we’ll be able to increase awareness about the role of health in work and improve health outcomes for a whole new group of employees.
As a part of our partnership, Vida Health will become part of the Workday Ventures Software Partner community and with the integrations we are building, make it easier than ever for Workday customers to try Vida with their workforce.
Vida Health will also be attending Workday’s upcoming annual conference, Workday Rising, where thousands of leaders and innovators will gather to learn and collaborate. Along with the other attendees and partners, we’re looking forward to discussing the future of the healthy and productive workplace and how we get there together.
Learn more about the partnership between Vida and Workday Ventures.