Employers don’t need more data, they need better direction. We’d like to introduce you to Health Intelligence, a smarter solution for measuring the impact of your health management investment.
We know that today’s employer plays a unique role in the lives of their employees, one that stretches beyond the office. They aim to tailor programs and plans that keep employees happy, healthy, and engaged in all facets of their lives. And in an effort to do so, they purchase clucky data warehouse that leaves them wasting time trudging through data – still answerless to their questions. But with today’s technology, everyone is left asking: Why is it so hard to get the answers needed in healthcare analytics? That’s why we built our Health Intelligence platform to work from a single source of truth.
Through curated strategies, Health Intelligence is allowing employers and consultants to spend less time laboring through data and more time acting. Throughout this five-part series, we’ll highlight the questions to ask and see if your organization is ready for Health Intelligence.
Are your plans and programs driving consistent and impactful employee experiences?
Now more than ever, employers need to maximize the investment they make in their most valuable resource – their people. They need to be able to deliver plans and programs that fit their population and support employee retention. And while commonly launched from a desire to keep employees engaged and healthy, your organization’s health initiatives require a deeper commitment from your organization.
Consider these factors:
With steadily decreasing unemployment rates, the market for talented employees grows more competitive as employers fight to attract top talent. Leaders need to be able to make smart health management decisions and build a case for continued investment in health management programs. Smart health initiatives, like Health Intelligence, help employers understand what works and what doesn’t. With your data going to work for you, you’re empowered through curated strategies to target plans and programs for your employees.
To read the second installment of this series, click here.