January Book of the Month
Health Assessments for Reduced
Health Risk and Bottom-Line ROI
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Health Assessments for Reduced Risk and Real ROI: Innovations, Interventions
and Incentives describe the rudiments of a well-executed health
risk assessment (HRA) program — one that is science-based, accompanied by an
assessment of participant motivation and followed by a broad spectrum of health promotion
and wellness programs.
||In Health Assessments for Reduced Risk and Real ROI: Innovations, Interventions
and Incentives, industry experts describe how health assessments are
the gateway to comprehensive population health management. More
than 83 percent of companies say they're using a health assessment
in 2008 to measure health status in employees, according to a recent
survey conducted by Watson Wyatt and the National Business Group
on Health — an 18 percent increase over 2007.
This 40-page report provides details on:
- Three levels of participant stratification and appropriate interventions for each;
- Identifying and closing care gaps;
- Post-HRA interventions to promote health;
- Analyzing aggregate HRA data for program development and maximum ROI;
- The payoffs of prevention — compelling arguments for workplace wellness initiatives;
- HRA use with and without incentives — what's working;
- The "dose" response — the effect of participation on the entire population;
- Enhancing HRAs through telemedicine, biometrics and PHRs;
- Leveraging the physician-patient relationship to improve HRA success;
- Feeding the fields of the HRA with outside data sources;
- The new metrics in ROI measurement — productivity, disability, workers’ compensation,
lost work days and presenteeism;
- and much more.
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Order online by January 31, 2009 and receive a 10% discount!