EOH

Africa Outlook - - Healthcare -

EOH Ad­vi­sory Ser­vices (Pty) Ltd is an in­de­pen­dent fi­nan­cial ser­vices provider of­fer­ing pro­fes­sional guid­ance and cus­tomde­signed so­lu­tions based on value cre­ation.

In­her­ent in its ap­proach is its recog­ni­tion that no in­di­vid­ual can be a spe­cial­ist in all facets of the fi­nan­cial ser­vices mar­ket and thus the ar­chi­tec­ture of its busi­ness model com­prises an in­te­grated team of pro­fes­sion­als each spe­cial­is­ing in their re­spec­tive mar­ket seg­ments.

EOH Ad­vi­sory Ser­vices, recog­nis­ing the unique chal­lenges fac­ing clients and the turbulent land­scape in which com­pa­nies op­er­ate, en­deav­ours to har­ness the ex­per­tise in­her­ent in its multi-tal­ented busi­ness model to re­lease quan­tifi­able value and lever­age for clients.

EOH Ad­vi­sory Ser­vices prides it­self on a “right first time” ap­proach to busi­ness. And be­ing a cus­tomer and peo­ple-cen­tric or­gan­i­sa­tion, its ap­proach to busi­ness re­la­tion­ships is firmly embed­ded in its phi­los­o­phy of “Part­ner for Life”.

This busi­ness phi­los­o­phy, adopted and prac­ticed by EOH Ad­vi­sory Ser­vices, is un­der­pinned by its util­i­sa­tion of best prac­tice stan­dards and method­olo­gies, all fully com­pli­ant with the FAIS Act and in­dus­try reg­u­la­tions.

When one con­sid­ers the cor­po­rate phi­los­o­phy that sets it apart, it should come as no sur­prise that it en­velopes clients with an ap­proach to ser­vice that speaks to the core prin­ci­ples of guid­ance, ed­u­ca­tion and pro­tec­tion.

This ap­proach to busi­ness is du­pli­cated by Boni­tas and is a crit­i­cal cat­a­lyst in the close re­la­tion­ship between the two com­pa­nies which has de­vel­oped over the years.

Boni­tas has played a key role in as­sist­ing EOH to de­velop health­care poli­cies with the ob­jec­tive of in­te­grat­ing and con­sol­i­dat­ing well­ness ini­tia­tives aimed at en­sur­ing the well­be­ing of mu­tual clients’ em­ploy­ees.

Without the co­op­er­a­tion of Boni­tas, the EOH ini­tia­tives around EAP, screen­ing and well­ness events, oc­cu­pa­tional health, ex­ec­u­tive well­ness, ab­sen­teeism man­age­ment, dis­abil­ity and in­ca­pac­ity man­age­ment, on­site gyms and wear­able med­i­cal tech­nol­ogy would have been that much more dif­fi­cult to bring to mar­ket.

The EOH value ex­trac­tion process sets it apart from com­peti­tors and is made pos­si­ble via the use of qual­i­ta­tive and quan­ti­ta­tive an­a­lyt­ics tools and method­olo­gies.

In short, a key at­trac­tion is that it of­fers clients in the health­care and re­tire­ment fund­ing land­scape a sin­gle ven­dor, end-toend em­ployee ben­e­fit so­lu­tion without the in­her­ent down­sides of tra­di­tional “one-stop shop” providers that are so pro­lific in the in­sur­ance and fi­nan­cial ser­vices in­dus­try.

In con­clu­sion, EOH has the ca­pac­ity and ex­per­tise across a broad spec­trum of cor­po­rate busi­ness ac­tiv­i­ties from IT to HR, to em­ployee ben­e­fits. And its abil­ity to de­liver a com­bined end-to-end hu­man cap­i­tal and em­ployee ben­e­fit so­lu­tion via the EOH BOP (Busi­ness Process Out­sourc­ing) busi­ness model places it ahead of its com­peti­tors in a mar­ket starved of low­cost high-value so­lu­tions. We are proud to be as­so­ci­ated with Boni­tas as mean­ing­ful play­ers in the med­i­cal aid land­scape.

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