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How Analytics can help you measure and achieve your population health goals

Topic:
How Analytics can help you measure and achieve your population health goals
Date:
May 8, 2013 at 2:30 - 3:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Justin Bellante, CEO(BioIQ)
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Description
You can generate cost-savings and increased productivity with new health care analytics solutions. New analytics tools can simplify defining and executing population health improvement strategies, reducing HR workloads and yielding improved, measurable health outcomes.

Have you tapped the cost savings that can be achieved from Benefit Plan Design? Is your wellness program going down the same road? Never fear! This session will enable you to understand the value of analytics and ensure that you are working smarter, not harder to achieve your population health and productivity goals.

Analytics capabilities have evolved from traditional benefit plan design tools, to easy-to-use solutions to help understand and improve population health. While analytics have traditionally been very expensive and used mainly for Benefit Plan Design, they are now more cost-effective and being applied to Wellness Plan Design, the next frontier of human resources productivity gains and cost savings. Analytics tools are differentiated based upon how they create action and drive strategy. Over the past several years, concepts around Big Data have made health care analytics less costly, more powerful, and more useful to Human Resources teams.

In this session, we will cover the above rationale and evolution of analytics, along with a structure for how you can apply analytics effectively within your organization. Which types of data are most valuable? How can results be applied to population health strategy? What are the keys to success? These questions and more will be addressed. Lastly, we will demonstrate a practical, real-world example of how analytics combine with wellness strategy and wellness tools to help you achieve population health improvement.
Who Should Participate

Benefits
Wellness and Finance professionals interested in or currently pursuing wellness strategies
All industries.
What You Will Learn
In this presentation, you will learn:
  1. How to apply analytics to achieve your population health goals
  2. The true value of analytics
  3. How to differentiate analytics tools
  4. How the industry is evolving (and how that impacts you)
Recommended Resources
  • http://www.ehow.com/how_7260110_track-data-analytics-wellness-programs.html Click here
  • http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/nz/en/healthcare_solutions/nextsteps/solution/D905299Z08959K69.html Click here
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Design and Technology
Medical Benefits
Healthcare Legislation and Compliance
HIPAA
Employee Wellness
Benefits - Cost Containment, Audits and Legal Risks
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Justin Bellante
BioIQ

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BioIQ
BioIQ is a health improvement technology company that has implemented the industry’s first integrated, customizable and measurable approach to optimizing investments in corporate health and wellness programs.
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