2017 Health and Wellness Statistics

If you’re looking for data and statistics on the state of health and wellness in 2017, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve crawled the web to collect a compendium of statistics on the health and wellness industries for 2017.

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Now, without further ado, here is our list of 2017 Health and Wellness Statistics.

Health Benefits Statistics

Corporate Wellness Program Statistics

Employee Population Health Statistics

There is a baseline amount of data that every health insurance broker should provide. It’s rare to work with someone who can’t provide at least this level of data in their carrier reports.

  • Demographic information on your population, such as number of employees, spouses, dependents, and average member age.
  • Pharmacy utilization data, such as number of claims, average claims per claimant per month, and percent of claimants to members.
  • Medical utilization data, such as total medical employer claims paid, medical employer paid percentage, claims per 1000 members, specialist visits, hospital admissions, and preventative visits.

This data alone, however, isn’t where you should stop. It’s nice to know where you have been, but the world’s best HR pros put a premium on knowing where they’re going. That’s why more brokers are starting to provide health analytics platforms that allow their clients to take this analysis into their own hands.

Holistic Wellness and Disease Management Stats

Wellness Vendor Stats

Onsite Clinic Stats

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