Putting Data-Driven Insights from Biometric Screenings to Work in Your Workplace
The value of clinical data in a physician’s diagnosis of chronic conditions is well documented. More recently, clinical data has become an important component of employer-sponsored wellness programs. According to a Kaiser Family Foundation report, more than 55% of large employers offered biometric screenings in 2012, so employers’ and employees’ access to clinical health data is growing. The importance of deriving the full value of this data has never been greater.
There are three broad applications for health data in this setting:
- Providing participants with the best possible clinical insights to make informed decisions about improving their health.
- Enabling data-driven benefits planning and decision making as employers.
- Driving employee engagement in health improvement programs.
In this presentation, industry experts will give an overview of best practices associated with the three methods of driving improved health outcomes using clinical health data generated through employer-sponsored biometric screenings.