As the digital health marketplace grows, many benefits leaders are turning to secure intranet portals, with the hope of reducing complexity for themselves and their employees.
The concept of a portal is to create a one-stop-shop, where employees can access multiple solutions in a simple interface. However, portals only solve one of the many factors inhibiting employee engagement with digital health.
By contrast, an enterprise health benefits platform is much more than a one-stop shop. It actively engages end-users and guides them through the digital health marketplace, and provides benefits leaders with enterprise-scale controls. This can lead to breakthrough improvements in key metrics related to adoption of services, health behaviors, health outcomes, and ultimately, ROI.
Here’s a quick guide that illustrates the differences between a benefits portal and an enterprise benefits platform.
In summary, an enterprise health benefits platform, specifically what Jiff offers, goes above and beyond portals in the following ways:
- Offering a personalized experience, that connects employees to the apps and services that are right for them.
- Engaging end-users in a highly engaging experience that incorporates best-in-class design principles and game mechanics.
- Delivering tangible benefits ROI by driving breakthrough engagement of digital health point solutions.
- Providing deep integrations with partners — these are not just links, but entirely new experiences that bring together the best elements of Jiff and our partners.
- Surfacing real-time insights to optimize engagement and to monitor the effectiveness of your programs.