Wiser Employees Make Healthier Decisions
Quizzify's engaging health literacy quizzes, reviewed by doctors at Harvard Medical School, educate employees on health, healthcare, and health benefits.
Quizzify is a Shortlister
The Price We Pay by Marty Makary gives Quizzify a terrific shout-out as the solution to employee health illiteracy.
[Quizzify] alerts employees to the most common unnecessary tests and procedures in medicine today, according to the Choosing Wisely campaign… Using a comedic, engaging style, Quizzify educates people on highly relevant techniques they can use to make everyday decisions from how to read a nutrition label to how to ask questions about common medical procedures.
Here is how Quizzify works
Our premium platform and content helps simplify complex topics through fun monthly trivia quizzes and helps employees stay engaged to learn about health topics related to nutrition, screenings and prevention, opioid awareness, benefits knowledge, mental health, financial literacy and much more.
Through this educational process, employees increase their health literacy and learn to advocate for themselves with their healthcare providers and daily health decisions.
Boost Your Bottom Line
Happier and healthier employees are more engaged and more productive at work. They'll also use less employer-sponsored health insurance and spend less time outside the office on unnecessary healthcare. Create a health-literate workforce, and you'll see the difference.
A Health Literate Workforce
88% of U.S. Healthcare consumers do not have adequate health knowledge. Give your employees the tools to make wiser and better healthcare decisions so that their choices are more effective when it comes to their wellbeing.
Knowing about health and healthcare takes time and stress out of your employees' health decisions. Your commitment to their well-being will make employees feel cared for, reducing absenteeism and raising office morale.
CEO, Equity Healthcare
"Quizzify manages to teach people about health without them even knowing it."
MARTIN A. MAKARY M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.S.
Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Professor of Health Policy & Management, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
Chief, Islet Transplant Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital
"Like predatory pricing, there is such a thing as 'predatory medicine,' where aggressive doctors propose or perform inappropriate tests and treatments knowing that the patient is only paying for a small portion and doesn’t understand the risks. I love what Quizzify is doing to educate employees about this."
President, Lake Norman Benefits
2015 Broker of the Year
"There is no better way to teach employees how to spend their money – and your money – wisely on healthcare services."