Our work emphasizes that healthy, productive employees promote healthy business.
As the leading research organization in health and productivity, the Institute provides the data, research and tools professionals need to make sound decisions in how they invest in the health of their workforces.
3 key steps for employers to know what good looks like:
Find out what works for your peers
Know the criteria to evaluate solutions and providers
Set expectations by understanding what results to expect
3 key steps for suppliers to show what value looks like:
Keep up with market trends and employer needs
Illustrate how your services and solutions meet market needs
Build compelling business cases to show expected results
IBI helps members make decisions with confidence by delivering impartial research provided by highly experienced subject matter experts and leveraging the most extensive database in the industry.
3Ps = People, Productivity, Performance
People, Productivity and Performance are interconnected and critical to business success. The right investment in the 3Ps can make all the difference.
What Sets IBI Apart
A Highly Credible Source to Get Answers
"IBI's reputation is best in class, predominantly because of the validity of the research."
"Their extensive experience in this field and the database and tools to access the data, there is nothing else like it. There are consulting houses who do this for a cost, and they may not be as good."
"IBI provides research that is unbiased and pure, not influenced by money or marketing. It also attracts higher level decision makers."
"Their reputation of having unbiased credibility and the quality of individuals that it attracts from a networking standpoint carries a lot of clout."
"The networking and idea exchange with other IBI members, learning about what they are doing – I use those insights to help me think differently about work that I do."
"IBI possesses an ability to leverage its database and insights to link the 3Ps to health and wellbeing. They are leading from the front as to what initiatives, interventions, and strategies employers and suppliers can take to influence outcomes."