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Help your employees quit smoking & vaping

The most effective smoking cessation program for employers

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Tobacco use creates a ripple effect

Smoking costs employers more than they realize. When you connect the data, tobacco users cost employers $3,598 in excess healthcare cost per year.

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Women’s Health
GI
Cardiovascular
Cancer
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Diabetes
Women’s Health
GI
Cardiovascular
Cancer
MSK
Tobacco
Diabetes
Women’s Health
GI
Cardiovascular
Cancer
MSK
Diabetes

70% of tobacco users want to quit. We help you meet employees where they are.

Our smoking cessation program for employees replaces legacy telephone coaching programs with a technology-enabled digital clinic designed to help members access evidence-based care wherever they are.

Engaging mobile content

A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) journey that delivers bitesize audio sessions and interactive exercises to help members learn new techniques to deal with craving triggers.

Dedicated care team

Access to qualified Quit Coaches to help every step of the way, guiding members on their recovery journey.

Personalized tracking

Tools to help members track their personal triggers, cigarettes smoked, dollars saved and health progress

Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Access to gums and patches to assist in cravings as they come.

Connected breath sensor

A connected breathalyzer device to read nicotine levels and help members track progress.

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See how Quit Genius’ smoking cessation program for employers can help save can help save on healthcare costs and improve the lives of your employees.
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The world’s most effective tobacco cessation program for employers

52% quit rates, biochemically verified, in the largest Randomized-Controlled Trial ever undertaken for a digital tobacco cessation program. Learn more on our industry leading outcomes.

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Recovery should be celebrated

My girlfriend had noticed how much I’m coughing these days, and my mom asked me to quit when she had cancer.

We do a regular walk and I used to have to stop halfway up the hill. It was embarrassing. Now I’m fine. I’ve even taken up running. My step-daughter is impressed, and I’m really proud of myself.

Tony, Chef

Quit Genius Tobacco Program Member

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