As employers move forward looking to understand ways they can address the needs of their population, we see the need to move from standard plan and behavior modification programs to larger well-being initiatives and those that address the root causes of underlying conditions.
Springbuk is uniquely positioned to lead our clients with an understanding of how community and individual needs affect their unique member population. We have identified six key categories where data related to individual and social determinants can be instrumental in designing impactful population health strategies.
For years population health management has been at the core of employee engagement strategies, in hopes of enrolling the right members at the right time to positively impact their health outcomes. However, with the addition of social determinants of health data, employers can more efficiently identify and improve the underlying social and economic conditions within communities to improve the health for all members.
In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Ray Fabius, President & Chief Medical Officer of HealthNEXT and co author of Population Health: Creating a Culture of Wellness, along with Jennifer Jones, MSM, RD, discuss how social determinants of health data, powered by health analytics, can provide a robust impact analysis of communities in which employees live, work, and grow - as well as begin to identify demographic pockets where the needs, and solutions, are different.