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Population Health
Management Program

Look beyond lifestyle and biometric testing
to improve the overall wellness of your workforce.

Population Health Management seeks to improve the wellness outcomes for a defined group through improvements in one of many areas. In the context of workplace wellness, both lifestyle management (programs that incentivize smoking cessation, weight loss, and the reduction of other chronic disease risk factors) and disease management (programs that help workers with chronic disease diagnoses to manage and control their conditions) play important roles in reducing long-term risk factors. Employers and healthcare organizations have begun to use employees’ health data to identify at-risk individuals, craft healthcare best practices, and actively engage employees in their health outcomes while also working to control costs and improve the quality of care.

Many companies already offer incentives for biometric testing; however, because employees may view these assessments intrusive, less than 50% of all employees participate in health risk assessments, even if they are financially incentivizing.

Our Behavioral Fitness™ Population Health Programs look beyond lifestyle and biometric testing and explore additional workforce measures. This approach has proven to be the secret sauce to exceeding expectations in fiscal, operational, and clinical outcomes.

What to Expect from a
Population Health
Management Plan

Our best-in-class team of Population Management experts will be essential to the process, which may include:

  • Conduct a baseline analysis
  • Develop your unique Population Health Program
  • Identify specific targets and measures
  • Include measures and Key Productivity Indicators (KPIs) for each step of the process
  • Use assessments and tests that are evaluated for cultural and situational appropriateness
  • Employ valid tools to ensure accuracy of test/retest to reduce the risk of inaccuracies
  • Limit time between improvement cycles to ensure sustainable, rapid improvement
  • Assess populations for diversity, inclusion, and equity (DEI)—social determinants of emotional and physical well-being.
  • Provide professional development and organizational training certifications if appropriate for your department/organization

Who can benefit from
Population Health
Management Plan?

  • Organizations
  • Department leaders
  • People officers and human resource professionals
  • Schools
  • Community organizations
  • Teams
  • Anyone interested in best-in-class well-being programs and approaches to psychological safety

Getting started is easy

Schedule a free 15-minute consultation with Dr. Mayo to learn more about Population Health Management Plans—and be on your way to being behaviorally fit today!

Schedule your free 15-minute consultation today!