Updates from Seattle
SEATTLE, March 19, 2015 – Healthentic, a data analytics company that easily identifies health savings for employers, today announced it raised $3.75 million in its latest equity financing round to drive continued product innovation and go-to-market...Keep reading »
It turns out the scariest part of Halloween may not be the ghosts and goblins, but microscopic bacteria that causes cavities—not to mention the dental health habits of the U.S. population.
SEATTLE, October 16, 2014—Healthentic, an analytics company that easily identifies health savings for employers, released an analysis today, highlighting the very low percentage of employees who get flu vaccinations&emdash;a proven way to prevent the...Keep reading »
Healthentic is pleased to be able to provide a free invitation to attend the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)'s webcast, "Targeted Wellness: Understanding the Numbers".
SEATTLE, September 16, 2014—Healthentic, an analytics company focused on easily measuring population health, released an analysis on high-cost employees (costs equal to or greater than $50,000 annually) today. Looking at 28 different organizations...Keep reading »
Sherlock Holmes once said "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data." Despite living in the late 1800s, the great detective (and creator Arthur Conan Doyle) realized data was the key to solving any good mystery.
SEATTLE, August 20, 2014—Healthentic, an analytics company focused on easily measuring population health, released its analysis of potentially avoidable emergency room visits today. Utilizing data from 31 different companies, Healthentic found the rate of avoidable ER visits varied from as low as 2 percent to as high as 18 percent. Avoidable ER visits for non-emergency conditions, such as headaches, cost the businesses more than $1.3 million last year, representing 8 percent of their total ER costs. If the same rate of avoidable ER visits and costs held up nationally, that would equal approximately $3.8 billion annually.
Every company is concerned about their employees. After all, they are their number one asset. So when Servco was looking to find insights into employee health, they used the Population Health Dashboard to find and answer the questions that matter most. These new insights enable Servco to work towards a data-driven health strategy that is designed just for them.