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  • Towers Perrin 2008 Health Care Cost Survey
  • (column 1 & 2) Source: Aldana, SG, Financial impact of health promotion programs: a comprehensive review of the literature, American Journal of Health Promotion, 2001, volume 15:5: pages 296-320.(column 3 & 4) Source: Chapman, LS, Meta-evaluation of worksite health promotion economic return studies: 2005 Update Art of Health Promotion, 2005, p. 1-16.
  • Baicker, K., Cutler, D., & Song, Z. Workplace wellness programs can generate savings. Health Affairs. 2010; 29(2) 1- 8
  • Wright, Beard, Edington, JOEM 44(12): 1126-1134, 2002
  • Goetzel, Anderson et. al. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 40; 10. October 1998; 843-854.
  • National Business Group on Health, 2005
  • National Business Group on Health, 2005
  • Health & Productivity Solutions

    1. 1. H&PSolutions<br />Containing cost through health promotion strategies!<br />
    2. 2. Escalating Cost of Healthcare<br />$6,384<br />$9,312<br />H&PSolutions<br />Towers Perrin, 2008; Health Care Cost Survey<br />
    3. 3. Studies in Support of Health Promotion <br />Financial savings per $1 invested in Health Promotion<br />42 studies<br />56 studies<br />18 studies<br />28 studies<br />Aldana, S., American Journal of Health Promotion, 2001; 15(5) 296-320.<br />H&PSolutions<br />Chapman, L., Art of Health Promotion, 2005; 1-16<br />
    4. 4. Workplace Wellness Savings<br />Financial savings per $1 invested in Health Promotion<br />$3.27<br />$2.73<br />H&PSolutions<br />Baicker, K., Cutler D., & Song, Z. Health Affairs. 2010; 29(2) 1-8.<br />
    5. 5. Annual Cost is Based on Risk<br />.<br />H&PSolutions<br />Wright, D., Beard, M., Edington, D. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2002; 44(12) 1126-1124. <br />
    6. 6. Impact (by %) of Specific Risks on Health Care Costs <br />Individuals at high risk for depression have 70.2% higher costs than those at low risk<br />H&PSolutions<br />Goetzel, R., Anderson, D., Whitmer, W. et al Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 1998; 40(10) 843-854.<br />
    7. 7. Primary Reasons given (by %) for Health Promotion Implementation<br />National Business Group on Health, 2005<br />H&PSolutions<br />
    8. 8. Population Health Management<br />Wellness Side<br />Covered Lives<br />Assessment<br />(HRA, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Workers Comp Claims)<br />Predictive Model<br />HR & HU (8%)<br />LR (52%)<br />MR (40%)<br />MD if Needed<br />MDifNeeded<br />MD Needed<br />HR & HU (8%)<br />Secondary & Tertiary <br />Prevention (3%)<br /><ul><li>Chronic Illness
    9. 9. Non-life Threatening</li></ul>Symptomatic<br />(2%)<br /><ul><li>Chronic Illness
    10. 10. Life Threatening</li></ul>Stress Related <br /> (3%)<br /><ul><li>Chronic Utilization
    11. 11. Non-life Threatening</li></ul>Primary and Secondary<br />Prevention<br /><ul><li>Lifestyle Education
    12. 12. Behavioral Management</li></ul>Primary and Secondary<br />Prevention<br /><ul><li>Awareness
    13. 13. Assessment</li></ul>Intervention Plan<br /><ul><li>Telephone Resource Line
    14. 14. E-Health - Wellness
    15. 15. Self Care
    16. 16. Preventive Screenings
    17. 17. Network Programming</li></ul>Intervention Plan<br /><ul><li>Quarterly/As Needed Coaching
    18. 18. E-Health - Conditions
    19. 19. Self-Management Mailers
    20. 20. Wellness Seminars
    21. 21. All Items Under LR</li></ul>Intervention Plan<br /><ul><li>Frequent Health Coaching
    22. 22. E-Health – Disease
    23. 23. Disease Management Algorithms
    24. 24. Risk Reduction Intervention
    25. 25. All Items Under LR & MR</li></ul>H&PSolutions<br />
    26. 26. Population Health Management<br />Disease Side<br />High Risk/High Utilization<br />(Referred by Physicians) <br />Utilization Review<br />Case/Care Management<br /><ul><li>Short Term or Ongoing</li></ul>Chronic <br />Illness/Utilization<br />Ongoing Management<br /><ul><li>Diabetes
    27. 27. COPD
    28. 28. Asthma
    29. 29. CVD/HF
    30. 30. Cancer
    31. 31. Depression</li></ul>Acute <br />Illness<br />Short-Term Management<br /><ul><li>High Risk Pregnancy
    32. 32. Accidents
    33. 33. Surgery</li></ul>Intervention Plan<br /><ul><li>Necessity of Care
    34. 34. Appropriateness of Care</li></ul>Stable Patients <br />Sent Back to <br />Wellness Side<br />Intervention Plan<br /><ul><li>Patient Education
    35. 35. Coordination of Care
    36. 36. Frequent Patient Contact
    37. 37. Shared Decision Making</li></ul>H&PSolutions<br />
    38. 38. Population Health Management<br />An Integrated Strategy across the Health Continuum<br />Low Risk<br />High Risk<br />80% of employees; 20% of costs<br />20% of employees; 80% of costs<br />H&PSolutions<br />

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