Follow the data to employee wellness
Employee wellness programs are flourishing as companies embrace Population Health Management strategies. The 9th Annual Wellness in the Workplace Study suggests a connection between success of those programs and the ability to leverage data and analytics.
Employers who say they are very effective at using data are more likely to:
- Find their programs successful
- Say they’ve established a culture of health
- Assert more often that they have a high integration between their physical and behavioral health programs.
Q: Overall, how successful have your company’s wellness & health management programs been in terms of…?
This special report explores how data and analytics fuel population health management success, how emerging data is underutilized and how employers can convert risk into opportunity.
Source: Optum Wellness in the Workplace Study, 2017. Special analysis: Data and analytics, organizations with 3000+ employees. Note: Percentages in charts and tables may not sum to 100% due to rounding.
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