The dynamic claims-driven analytics dashboard provides an in-depth analysis of a company’s employee population by using medical, dental, pharmacy, and other health-related data
(PRWEB) February 19, 2013
Track employee health and lower health costs with Healthentic’s Wellness Decision™ Engine, a comprehensive program used to monitor, record, and recommend health practices for a smarter and healthier work environment.
With the launch of Healthentic’s flagship product, the Wellness Decision™ Engine, companies can input employee health information and allow the software to track company-wide health, recognize potential health risks, and recommend wellness initiatives to help promote a healthier work environment. By following the recommended initiatives, benefits managers should begin to see a decrease in spending to maintain employee health insurance programs.
The dynamic claims-driven analytics dashboard provides an in-depth analysis of a company’s employee population by using medical, dental, pharmacy, and other health-related data. The results will show benefits managers the current health status of their employees, identify potential risk for future health concerns, and provide current monthly health costs. The Wellness Decision™ Engine will then make recommendations for health initiatives that can be implemented on a company-wide level to address any causes of concern.
“This tool helps employers make smart decisions on wellness with their own data. What makes us unique is that we are able to independently combine their data in one place,” said Healthentic CEO Herbert Ong. “We also go beyond reporting and provide a list of wellness initiatives and strategies with do-it-yourself material, CEO presentation templates to make it easier to get corporate approval, a selection of wellness vendors and success tracking metrics to make sure that the program is working.“
The Wellness Decision™ Engine organizes all relevant information for a benefits manager in the central dashboard. Information presented here will help companies determine risk migration, those who developed a moderate to severe disease, employees that may become seriously ill in the coming year and what are the main clinical drivers. Knowing this information will help determine insurance costs for the coming year and provide wellness initiatives to reduce health expenses along with metrics to monitor the success of each program and present course corrections if needed.
“We are amazed that everyone in the wellness management ecosystem is interested in our platform and think we have something special,” said Ong.
In their third year, Healthentic has signed agreements with 34 employers, 12 brokers/consultants, multiple wellness vendors, and 11 dental plans. They’re currently in partnership with the largest vision plan in the nation, and currently in negotiation with a medical plan.
For more information about the Wellness Decision™ Engine from Healthentic, or learn more about today’s launch, please visit http://www.healthentic.com or set up a demo by contacting info(at)healthentic(dot)com.