For decades, most of the organizations have focused on managing healthcare quality, cost, and access. The organizations invest a lot in being reactive to a healthcare situation rather than being proactive towards it. It’s time to move from reactive to proactive healthcare management. Proactive Health Care is defined as, “A commitment between a provider and a patient, where both parties take an active role in managing the patient’s health to keep the patient healthy.” The article is very relevant in this regard as it emphasizes the importance of safeguarding and protecting the health of all the organizational staff rather than investing a lot in healthcare management once the damage is done. According to research and estimates, reactive health accounts for around 75% of total healthcare expenditure in an organization. Very few organizations and firms are actively participating in healthy practices and proactive healthcare. It is very essential to make a firm move towards better health practices. The article also discusses the importance of utilization of healthcare fund in a sincere manner. This article lists down the case of General Motors, which went through massive layoffs in the month of June and blamed it on rising Healthcare costs for the organization. It is important to learn from past mistakes that healthcare funds must be utilized in a prudent manner. Rather than spending a vast amount of money in reactive Healthcare management through insurances and other healthcare spending, it will be wise to spend on facilities, hygiene, and food to improve overall health standards of the organization. Organizations must conduct sessions on good health care practices to educate employers and help them stay healthy. For example, intra-organizational sports and the athletic competitions can be organized to promote Sporting habits among organizational employees and staff. Similarly, employees can be motivated to join workplace gym. Fixing some mandatory time for employees to be spent in the gym and other recreational activities and sports will also help develop a culture of proactive health management at an organizational level. Therefore, it is necessary for organizations to spend more on developing healthy habits among employees rather than spending a vast amount of sum on reactive healthcare. The article also focuses on the importance of good health rather than focusing on healthcare and treatments of ill health. As we all know, prevention is better than cure, and it is very relevant in this scenario. Organizations can achieve larger gains by focusing on the overall good health of employees and better health practices rather than being inherently reactive towards healthcare. Here, we will focus on six key points raised in the article and elaborate on them and critically assess and evaluate each one. Good eating habit is a key to good health. The article talks about providing nutritious options in cafeteria and catering services within the organization to employees and staff. This is a very important step towards promoting good health practices. The cost of implementation is pretty low, and organizations can make necessary changes within a short span of time. I personally think this is a key issue and all organizations should move towards providing a healthy diet for their employees and staff. This develops a change in thought process and enables employees and staff to switch toward healthy diets. Once people get used to a healthy diet at the workplace, they often become health conscious and take these eating habits to home. This improves overall quality of health and wellbeing among everyone associated with the organization. As pointed out in the article, if the cost of healthy food items is higher than normal, then they can be subsidized for employees and staff, so that everyone can benefit from them. Smoking is one of the biggest menaces in this generation. Youth start it as fashion and sooner than later it becomes a habit. The number of deaths due to smoking-related diseases and lung cancer have been rising at an alarming rate. It is therefore imperative that each and every organization must do their own to curb this menace. The article raises a very relevant and important issue in this regard. The workplace must be safeguarded from smokers. They not only endanger their own health but also affect the nonsmokers sitting beside them. Smoking should be banned within the organization campus and firm should impose a penalty for those violating the rules. An organization should also conduct awareness programs regarding dangers of smoking, and help employees quit this habit. Even if someone is unable to quit smoking, then they must be asked to refrain from bringing these habits into the workplace. Exercise and healthy habits help keep diseases at bay. Sports and athletic activities are very important to maintaining a good health. Firms often do not pay much attention in this domain. Today, the need is to understand that a healthy professional will always contribute more towards success of firm. The article discusses important issue of setting workplace gymnasium and fitness center or providing subsidized membership to gyms to encourage exercise and healthy habits among employees. Almost, one-third of a day is spent by staff and employees in the workplace. The demands and pressure of job seldom give them time to spend on exercise or gym after office hour. It is, therefore, key prerogative of organizations to focus in this area. Setting up fitness center in the workplace, motivating employees to take time out of their busy schedule for these activities helps boost overall organizational health. I think this is equitably fair for all employees as it will motivate them to lead a healthy lifestyle. Offering workplace health education and setting up screening camps for a normal checkup is very helpful to employees and staff associated with the organization. Most people do not consult doctor or health organization before anything terrible occurs. They also do not go for regular body checkups. An organization, by setting up these camps, can ensure that most of their employees get these medical benefits. Large organizations can also keep small medical unit within the workplace to help in case of an emergency. I think these steps are profitable for all the employees and should be offered by every organization. Another important point raised in the article discusses sharing of benefits with employees who are physically fit and take care of their health. I personally think this is a great idea as it will motivate employees to maintain health and physical fitness. Although, in some cases, medical emergencies are unanticipated and can occur to anyone. It would not be equitably fair to those employees who suffered medical emergencies due to unknown reasons, without any fault on their own part. Hence, although this is a good idea, organizations need to strategize and think about implementing them in a better manner. The article raises an important issue in trying to deal with health care benefits reaching out to employee’s immediate families. Sometimes a lot of family members are dependent on single earning employee, and in those cases, it is the duty of the organization to cover them in the healthcare benefits offered to the employee. Organizations can charge a small fee for covering every additional member of employee’s family under healthcare benefit scheme. This step will make it equitably fair for our employees and staff of the organization. The article raises pertinent point creating awareness towards proactive healthcare management and good health practices. Organizations spend a vast amount of money on reactive healthcare management. Millions of dollars and invested in healthcare insurance for employees. Though this is important, institutions and organizations must invest in providing better infrastructure and facilities to keep employee health at an optimum level. Firms can spend on workplace gymnasium infrastructure, healthy food, catering services, playgrounds, and exercise areas to motivate staff and employees to take care of health and personal hygiene. These efforts will ensure that employees are motivated to stay healthy. On an average and employee spends about one-third of a day at the workplace. The stress and demand of job seldom allow them to exercise and play after office hours. This has significantly affected the health of working population. It is the responsibility of corporations and organizations to ensure that their employees stay healthy. The stake of maintaining and improving the health of employees rests as much as in the hand of firms as in the hand of employees themselves. Therefore, it is very important that organization focus on employee health as a strategic initiative and core part of business strategy.