HealthJoy Releases Insights From 2024 Member Health Goals Report

Sixty Percent of Surveyed Members Identified They Are Managing an Ongoing Health Condition

CHICAGO, IL / ACCESSWIRE / March 5, 2024 / HealthJoy, a care navigation platform that transforms healthcare outcomes, today announced the release of its second annual “HealthJoy Insights: Member Health Goals” report.

Sixty percent of surveyed members identified they are managing an ongoing health condition, and 21.6% indicated they’d like help finding a specialist. Additionally, a third of respondents indicated a goal to complete an annual physical – which can be key for preventive care, condition management, screenings and immunizations.

Over 96% of members who activated HealthJoy in 2023 provided at least one goal via HealthJoy’s Member Health Goals questionnaire, totaling more than 85,700 member responses. HealthJoy leverages this data, along with pre-certification and claims data, to help employees achieve their unique health goals and keep employees engaged in their health.

By adapting to employees’ unique wants and needs, HealthJoy drives a 2-3x increase in point solution utilization leading to significant cost savings and healthier outcomes.

“Health Goals data allows us to understand what employees care about,” said Justin Holland, CEO and co-founder of HealthJoy. “We capture goals and preferences to keep employees actively engaged in their health. By listening to our members’ goals and preferences, we provide them with a world-class experience built just for them.”

Other findings from this year’s report include:

  • As Rx costs continue to rise, nearly half of respondents are paying for a prescription drug. A major emerging trend is the rise of GLP-1 drugs for weight loss. Since Q4 of 2023, the HealthJoy Rx Savings Team has helped save members an average of $146.42 per request of Ozempic, including savings as much as $512.50 on a single prescription.
  • Back and joint pain remain key challenges across many demographics, as 36.4% of respondents indicate having this issue.
  • And, 16.3% of respondents serve as the primary caregiver for someone with cancer, dementia or other chronic condition.

To view the full report, visit


HealthJoy is a care navigation platform that helps more than 1,300 employers and their partners bring benefits strategies to life. The platform transforms healthcare outcomes by making it simple for employees to choose the highest-quality, most cost-effective care. This results in healthier employees and a healthier bottom line. To learn more, visit

Contact Information

Lynette Grinter
VP, Marketing at HealthJoy
(312) 804-4515

SOURCE: HealthJoy


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