Population Health Management

Starts with collecting and managing actionable data

 

Population heath management succeeds when data is integrated into the plan and program design, contribution strategies, and disease management are utilized to create targeted, cost effective programs that improve member health status and positively impact financials. 


Wellness Services

Evaluate: Discovery and Needs Assessment
Strategic Planning: Create a multi-year strategic plan based on results from Discovery and Needs Assessment
Program Design/Resources: Leveraging carrier, local and national resources
Data and Evaluation Management: Ongoing data and program analysis
Compliance: EEOC, HIPAA, ADA, GINA, ACA


Why Should You Offer a Wellness Program?

Primary Function:

  • To improve health, productivity, morale, and culture by reducing overall health costs
  • Some programs also pursue through targeted employee interventions

Challenges:

  • Many wellness "strategies" have evolved into a jumble assortment of programs, yielding few results for employees and their companies
  • Establishing an annual budget for wellness expenditures
  • Creating awareness of employee personal health risks

Each organization is unique and therefore will have a different definition of wellness and we are here to help your organization define and achieve your specific wellness goals 

 


Controlling Costs with Wellness

Participation Based:

Any wellness program that rewards employees solely on their participation in the program and healthy activities

  • Establish health baseline (biometric screenings, HRA's, etc.)
  • Educate employees (nutrition, fitness, stress management, etc.)
  • Activity tracking (pedometer, online wellness log, etc.)
  • Reward participation (fitness/weight loss competitions, activity rewards, etc.)

Outcomes Based:

Any wellness program that rewards employees who meet a specific standard of health and who improve/increase healthy behaviors

  • Measure and track status (biometric results, smoking status, etc.)
  • Education based on risk factors (determined from Health Risk Assessments, biometric results, etc.)
  • Activity tracking (pedometer, online wellness log, etc.)
  • Reward health improvement and/or status (health insurance discount, etc.)

Value/Evidence Based:

Any wellness program that rewards employees through low cost treatments for high value services based on the health benefit it provides to employees

  • Measure and track chronic illness management (biometric results, ongoing treatment from a physician, etc.)
  • Treatment education based on health risk factors (blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol, smoking status, etc.)
  • Treatment tracking (adherence to prescribed treatment protocol)
  • Reward healthy behavior (reduced cost of necessary treatments)