WELL-BEING SOLUTIONS

Culture-driven
well-being strategies.

From balance and burnout to emotional health, issues of well-being are front and center for today’s medical practices. And with our commitment to helping physicians and administrators in medicine, business, and life, Curi is here to support your journey.

Curi’s comprehensive well-being strategies can lead to better outcomes for practices by helping to drive a culture of wellness marked by more effective lifestyle choices and organizational strategies.

Many other well-being providers offer cookie-cutter solutions that don’t take into account the unique features of each practice and their employees. But at Curi, we tailor each plan to the practice’s own culture, demographics, and strategic goals.

OUR OFFERINGS

  • Consultation on well-being strategies
  • Customizable action plans, strategies, policies, and marketing collateral in support of a comprehensive practice well-being plan
  • Incentive design linking benefits with employee health and productivity
  • Data integration and evaluation expertise identifying specific areas of focus

Curi’s well-being offerings are led by Jason Horay, a nationally recognized leader in helping medical practices develop and implement thoughtful well-being strategies.

Before joining Curi, Jason spent more than a decade implementing wellness initiatives and driving organizational culture change at Duke University, IBM, and Cisco Systems.

Jason is the Chair of the Triangle (N.C.) Area Health Promotion Network and is active with the National Committee for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC), and the Wellness Council of America. He was featured in a WELCOA Member Spotlight and voted as a Top 100 Health Promotion Professional.

Jason earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from High Point University and a Master’s Degree in Health Promotion/Health Education from Mississippi State University. He is a Certified Member of the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (CHES) and teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate health promotion and public health courses.