The Data-agnostic Approach to Successful Initiatives

Aug. 3, 2021

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Well-being Interventions

For decades, interventions have been a tool that benefits leaders and brokers have been utilized in their clients' benefits plans. But after all this time, it is still a challenge to design these initiatives. Why?

  • Difficulties accessing health benefits utilization data to assess the employee population’s true needs

  • Lack of accessible data precludes developing models to project expected outcomes

  • Challenges in identifying population segments population that would benefit from interventions

Demonstrating care for your employees through the right mix of benefits and programs, including digital health interventions, is an important part of attracting and retaining top talent.

Read the 5 common mistakes companies make when designing well-being interventions.

4 Trends From Pandemic-driven Data to Optimize Healthcare Plans

How can resources be aligned to deal with the considerable shifts in employee access in this new world of employee health and healthcare?

For this, we turn to data. Trends in employee health are crucial in designing and optimizing the most effective care plans and programs going forward.

In a BenefitsPro article, Anne Fischer, VP of Data Science and Methods, and Jennifer Jones, Population Health Practice Leader, dive into a 2021 Employee Health Trends report of Springbuk data sampled from over 4,000 employers on four important employee health trends identified over the past year.

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