A necessary part of any wellness program should be proof of program success. For this reason, CHC Wellness incorporates multiple “success metrics” into its reporting. These success metrics match our client's results to research based benchmarks and track improvements of the population from year to year.
Most programs in the past have measured their success against national averages. This practice is obviously not working. While more and more companies are implementing wellness in the workplace, the US has seen its rates of obesity double over the last 25 years. Why would you want to compare yourself to a number that itself is well below recommendations?
CHC Wellness will help you to assess the impact of a wellness program on your actual population. Whether it is through claims utilization, risk-level migration, or tracking of a specific health metric over time, there is a solution to the data analysis needs of your specific organization. After all, the needs of a working population at a law firm in California will not be the same as a manufacturing plant in Alabama. Additionally, these metrics help measure the success of programs like Walking Programs.