Shifting care to worksite primary care clinics reduced health care costs $2.8 million and $1.7 million for a major metropolitan school district.

More Than Risk Scores Means More Reward

With WellScore, organizations can expect to see healthier people. How? The numbers tell the story. Blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), blood sugar, cholesterol, physical activity, proper nutrition, proper sleep, appropriate preventive care and taking medications as prescribed are all variables that contribute to good health. It can be difficult to see how these pieces fit together to form a complete picture of health. The array of health status indicators can be overwhelming. WellScore combines all the pieces together into a single number. Simply put, WellScore lets you know at a glance how healthy your people are and whether they’re likely to stay that way or if they are at risk for developing significant health issues that decrease performance and increase costs. Outcomes are measured in three distinct phases: participation, health status and financial.

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WellScore® quantifies program impact in near real time.

In addition to measuring an individual’s health status, well-being and engagement, WellScore provides a comprehensive view of the organization as a whole. As population health management initiatives take hold and individuals become more engaged in their own health and well-being, WellScores start improving. When an organization’s WellScore improves over time, management has the confidence that its investments are resulting in healthier people, which in turn drives lower costs.

While cost savings are lagging, a retrospective measure of success, WellScore is a leading, prospective measure.