HealthMine Proprietary Research
To give health plan sponsors insight into member attitudes and desires about health and wellness programs, HealthMine queried 1,929 consumers on topics including engagement, incentives, and healthcare costs and published the results in the first issue of its quarterly HealthMine Consumer Wellness Report. Data and analysis in this report may be useful to executives and benefits leaders in guiding the strategy and design of their wellness programs to maximize effectiveness.Get the Report
Three Year Study of 120,000 individuals demonstrates the power of the company’s health engagement platform.Read the Report
Three Year Study of 120,000 individuals demonstrates the power of the company’s health engagement platform
HealthMine promotes behavior change and incents healthy behaviors, especially in members who do not traditionally undertake preventive health actions or manage chronic conditions. In a recent study of 120,000 employees over a 3-year period, results found:
- Close to 80% of the incentive program members earned points. Slightly increased and sustained engagement levels are observed as the program entered the second and third year.
- During the 3-year period, there was an increase in wellness/preventive visits, compliance with obtaining healthy biometric measurements, and taking actions to control unhealthy biometric measurement results.
- Hospital utilization showed a decreased trend averaging 10-20% in hospital admissions, bed days, and ER visits over year-1. Hospital readmission rates had a 50% reduction by year-3, while length of stay slightly decreased, reflecting that the right care was provided in the right setting.