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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.
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.
When starting out with population health, wellness, or other health-related benefits programs, it is all-too common to hear companies trying things out without knowing where to focus their population health efforts or how to go about measuring to make sure movement is happening in the expected places. Now, it’s possible to go beyond the Employee Interest Survey and dig deeper into the underlying health needs of your organization. Lincoln Industries is doing just that.
Getting real, tangible, population health measures gives Hawaii National Bank tools for identifying prevalent conditions coupled with a jumpstart for their population health management efforts. Population Health Dashboard (formerly the Wellness Decision Engine) has changed the way Hawaii National Bank approaches their entire program by arming them with the data and analysis they need to get from insight to action.