How can you fix a problem if you don't know what the problem is? Companies are given data, but in most cases the data is not useful in solving health care problems. The result is fragmented and uncoordinated wellness interventions.
Data is the key to truly managing costs. CHP has one of the most sophisticated data systems in the industry; known as myCatalyst. However, all the data in the world doesn't help if it's not in a usable format. We call it "actionable" data because once our system integrates all of the information, it provides a roadmap of the strategies (action) to improve the health of your employees.
Data is collected from the employer's various program vendors and then assembled into a "point-and-click" format. The data we collect and then make "actionable" includes:
- Health Risk Assessments (HRAs)
- Biometric Values
- Eligibility (benefits and payroll)
- Medical Claims (all places of service)
- Pharmacy Claims
- Practice Management: No Charge Data Used
- Electronic Medical Record (if available; but not necessary)
As an actionable data example - the graph below indicates the employer's need for a congestive heart failure program. Prior to receiving this information, this company only focused on diabetes.
Productivity: Employer Related
Other - onsite fitness centers, onsite clinics, seminars;
any electronic file, internal competitions like "The Biggest Loser",