Outcomes that Matter

ADURO JOINS WITH HARVARD SHINE PROGRAM TO PROMOTE HUMAN FLOURISHING

Introducing the Flourishing Index.

It measures the overall flourishing of individuals in life and at work based on Harvard’s Flourishing Dimensions. Using the aggregation of active and passive data, organizations can drive individual and population-level strategies for improving well-being.

Harvard’s Six Domains of Human Flourishing

Happiness and Life Satisfaction

Mental and Physical Health

Meaning and Purpose

Character and Virtue

Close Social Relationships

Financial and Material Stability

Eileen
Dr. Eileen McNeely

Director of Harvard SHINE

“We are thrilled to welcome new SHINE member ADURO into our growing community of thought leaders who are advancing the research and changing the conversation about well-being. ADURO fits perfectly in this community of pioneering companies rethinking well-being for a thriving and sustainable future.

Tim
Dr. Tim Moore, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer, ADURO

“Harvard has done great research around how these various Flourishing measurements impact job attributes, such as absenteeism, job engagement, and quality of work. The Flourishing Measurements will enable us to identify the areas where individual’s feel they need the most support and offer interventions that will drive the largest improvements, and in turn enhance overall team performance.

Renee
Renee Petrie

VP, Healthcare Product & Strategy

“Together with Harvard’s SHINE team, ADURO continues to shift the conversation from a focus on measuring health risk to the creation of a data-driven Human Performance System designed to promote growth and flourishing. The incorporation of SHINE’s validated Flourishing measurements will help us empower organizations with real-time data to deliver Human Performance interventions and build flourishing workforces.

Read the Forrester Research Report.

Yes, we understand ROI, but we think there is more to it. We have a track record in helping our customers drive down medical/Rx claims and program administrative costs, while also increasing employee retention and lowering absenteeism.

$5,123,291

Reduced cost of medical/Rx claims

$4,439,031

Increased Employee Retention

$1,217,563

Reduced program admin costs

$2,060,108

Reduced employee absenteeism

Payback on investment in 4.7 months based on a 10,000 employee organization.