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‘Healthiest Companies in America’ honored

Interactive Health today announced the winners of the 2012 annual “Healthiest Companies in America” awards. For the sixth consecutive year, Interactive Health is honoring companies for creating a culture of health by prioritizing employee health through outcomes-based health management programs.

The 72 honorees are organizations nationwide that attained a company-wide low health risk status while achieving high employee participation in their wellness program. The selection process analyzes clinical test results demonstrating improved employee health across an index of key health indicators.

The 2012 “Healthiest Companies in America” include Phoenix-based SCF Arizona and Tucson-based Sundt Companies.

Interactive Health is the leading provider of outcomes-based health management solutions designed to engage employees in the management of their health through early detection and identification of risk factors. Clinical measurements are coupled with immediate intervention and healthy activities to create a personalized health action plan designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. Interactive Health wellness programs foster personal accountability and empower employees to achieve their personal health goals.

Interactive Health’s programs have delivered proven results for organizations:

·         81 percent of participants achieve their goals
·         24 percent of smokers quit smoking
·         65 percent of participants with elevated glucose levels reduce their glucose levels
·         86 percent of participants with elevated blood pressure improve their blood pressure

“We are thrilled to recognize the outstanding organizations that have made employee health a strategic initiative. Earning this award takes corporate courage and commitment. A small percentage of an insured population can generate a disproportionate share of medical claim costs for an employer. However, a culture of health goes beyond improving the health of at-risk employees.  It is equally as important to engage the healthy employees to ensure they stay healthy,” said Joseph A. O’Brien, President and CEO of Interactive Health. “Using our proprietary scientific methodology, employees are held accountable for meeting individual health goals. Our approach is proven to reduce overall health care costs by 20 percent.”

For more information on “Healthiest Companies in America,” visit www.interactivehealthinc.com/healthiest-Companies-in-America.asp.

SCF Arizona

'Healthiest Companies in America' honored

Interactive Health today announced the winners of the 2012 annual “Healthiest Companies in America” awards. For the sixth consecutive year, Interactive Health is honoring companies for creating a culture of health by prioritizing employee health through outcomes-based health management programs.

The 72 honorees are organizations nationwide that attained a company-wide low health risk status while achieving high employee participation in their wellness program. The selection process analyzes clinical test results demonstrating improved employee health across an index of key health indicators.

The 2012 “Healthiest Companies in America” include Phoenix-based SCF Arizona and Tucson-based Sundt Companies.

Interactive Health is the leading provider of outcomes-based health management solutions designed to engage employees in the management of their health through early detection and identification of risk factors. Clinical measurements are coupled with immediate intervention and healthy activities to create a personalized health action plan designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. Interactive Health wellness programs foster personal accountability and empower employees to achieve their personal health goals.

Interactive Health’s programs have delivered proven results for organizations:

·         81 percent of participants achieve their goals
·         24 percent of smokers quit smoking
·         65 percent of participants with elevated glucose levels reduce their glucose levels
·         86 percent of participants with elevated blood pressure improve their blood pressure

“We are thrilled to recognize the outstanding organizations that have made employee health a strategic initiative. Earning this award takes corporate courage and commitment. A small percentage of an insured population can generate a disproportionate share of medical claim costs for an employer. However, a culture of health goes beyond improving the health of at-risk employees.  It is equally as important to engage the healthy employees to ensure they stay healthy,” said Joseph A. O’Brien, President and CEO of Interactive Health. “Using our proprietary scientific methodology, employees are held accountable for meeting individual health goals. Our approach is proven to reduce overall health care costs by 20 percent.”

For more information on “Healthiest Companies in America,” visit www.interactivehealthinc.com/healthiest-Companies-in-America.asp.

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Sundt Promotes Burnett To CFO

The Sundt Companies promoted Kevin Burnett to senior vice president and chief financial officer. He will oversee the accounting, finance, treasury and risk management areas while serving as chairman of the finance committee for the employee-owned general contractor.

A Sundt employee since 1998, Burnett has served as vice president, controller and then as senior vice president of acquisitions and investments. In his new position, he is working alongside longtime colleague and CFO Ray Bargull until Bargull retires this September.

“While we are saddened to see Ray go after many wonderful years, we are thrilled to have Kevin stepping in,” said Dave Crawford, president and CEO of Sundt. “Kevin was hand-selected to fulfill the CFO position as he not only has extensive financial experience but has also been a key member of our team for a long time now. He really is an asset to Sundt and he will undoubtedly excel in his new leadership role.”

Burnett’s nearly three decades in the financial services industry includes previous roles as the vice president corporate controller for Evans Withycombe Residential, Inc. and a senior audit manager with Ernst & Young LLP.

Burnett holds a Master of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Arizona as well as a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Rochester. He is a certified public accountant in the state of Arizona as well as a certified construction industry finance professional and construction risk and insurance specialist.

Burnett also serves as president of the Valley of the Sun Construction Finance Managers Association (CFMA), vice chairman of the YMCA of Southern Arizona and a member of the board of Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO).