HealthNEXT’s cutting-edge programs leverage:
- The success of best practice organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, Dow Chemical, Pitney Bowes and Crown Cork & Seal, which have publically declared and demonstrated declining healthcare costs and improved workforce health status.
- The latest evidence-based tools and processes developed to presently influence over three million American workers.
- A model that goes well beyond traditional wellness programs by aligning employees with trusted clinicians who are the most powerful influencers of behavior change.
The Methods We Use
CEOs know that the best way to drive value creation in the C-suite is to focus on the root cause of escalating costs by enabling a metrics-based, scorecard driven alignment system to focus on a population health approach
- Leadership engagement process advances multi-year program value realization: “Achieving Measurable Value Realization” business objectives via achievement of EHOA program goals
- Relative Value and Distinctiveness of the EHOA: Achieving Measurable Value Realization: Directly addresses the core drivers of process optimization/continuous improvement (“Lean”); as pursued by C-Suite leaders and senior decision makers.
“What’s measured gets improved” and answers the most relevant questions:
- How are we doing relative to benchmark employers?
- How can we improve to a point to “bend the trend” on curtailing employee healthcare costs?
- “What if” simulations to find specific and optimum opportunities for interventions and that will define measures of success.
Seven Key Pressure Points
Benchmark employers have begun to create self-perpetuating “cultures of health” by focusing on these seven “pressure points”:
- Empowering a dedicated physician executive / clinical support team to assist in program design, implementation and vendor integration
- Developing integrated multi-year strategic roadmaps for improving the wellbeing of the workforce
- Creating awareness, affiliation and accountability within the workforce and covered lives
- Expanding sick care focus to integrated population health management
- Engaging management, employees and their spouses in “high-touch” early detection & prevention programs; while aligning the workplace with “culture of health” environment and cues
- Recruiting & rewarding the most relevant community providers to actively engage and participate in this mission
- Creating centers of excellence that focus attention on complex medical problems that generate high cost claimants