Top Incentives for HRA Completion
Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
November 20, 2013Vol. III Issue 47

Top Incentives for HRA Completion

Top Incentives for HRA Completion This Week's Challenge: Combined with other 'big data' analytics, aggregate results from health risk assessments or health risk appraisals (HRAs) become the building blocks of population health management programs designed to bend the healthcare cost curve. We wanted to see which incentives healthcare companies offer for HRA completion.

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What We Learned: HIN's Health Risk Assessment e-survey conducted in October 2013 captured how healthcare organizations are using HRAs to improve population health, including HRA eligibility, HRA administration formats, and more. According to survey respondents, the top incentives offered for HRA completion are:

  • Reduced premium or deductible: 51.5 percent

  • HSA contribution: 24.2 percent

  • $25 to $100 cash: 21.2 percent

  • Other: 9.1 percent

  • $101 to $200 cash: 9.1 percent

  • Merchandise: 9.1 percent

  • Trinkets/T-shirts: 9.1 percent

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2013 Healthcare Benchmarks: Health Risk Assessments

Excerpted from 2013 Healthcare Benchmarks: Health Risk Assessments, which provides metrics and measures on current and planned HRA initiatives as well as lessons learned and results from successful health assessment programs.

© 2013 Healthcare Performance Benchmarks by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Jessica Fornarotto, jfornarotto@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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