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					 CSI Wellness Portal
         HIPAA COMPLIANT
NUTRITION INFORMATION AND SUGGESTIONS
             STRESS TESTS
            BLOOD PRESSURE
         SUGAR LEVEL TESTING
         BONE DENSITY TESTING
         MUSCLE TO LIPO RATIOS
 WEB SURVEY CAPABILITIES TO TRACK AND
GRAPH PROGRESS OF SELECTED PROGRAM
           Worth Every Dollar
• Health-care costs aren't the only reason to have
  wellness programs. However, many companies have
  dropped wellness programs in recent years as they turn
  to managed care health insurance plans.
• This is short-sighted because managing health-care
  costs is one of four reasons wellness programs make
  economic sense.
  1) In addition to reducing demand for medical services
  wellness programs, they
  2) provide economic benefit by reducing absenteeism,
  3) reducing on-the-job injuries and workers'
  compensation costs, and
  4) reducing disability-management costs.
              Studies Prove It
• Studies show employee absenteeism is reduced when
  wellness programs are implemented. In a study at
  Prudential Insurance, disability days were 20 percent
  lower and disability-per-capita costs were 32 percent
  lower after implementing a wellness program. In
  addition, annual medical costs fell by 46 percent.
• According to a study of a wellness program at
  Providence General Medical Center, per-capita workers'
  comp costs were reduced 83 percent and other savings
  were realized in reduced sick leave and health-care
  costs, thanks to implementation of a wellness program.
                   Productivity
• Intangible benefits may be even more important to an
  organization's overall health: Increased productivity is
  one of the most important benefits of operating a
  business with fit, healthy employees.
• Wellness programs also help to recruit and retain the
  most effective, productive employees. Studies show a
  correlation between employees who seek out corporate
  wellness programs and the most productive workers.
• Morale is another benefit of a wellness program. These
  programs are inexpensive ways to show employees the
  organization is interested in them as total persons.
     Incentives and Education
• Incentive campaigns will get employees
  involved and motivated.
• The right program will recognize and
  reward employees for participation.
• It will educate your employees, giving
  them healthy eating and exercise habits.
• Education will increase long term results,
  cooperation, and lasting change.
                  ROI
• Wellness programs that are properly
  implemented and executed can pay big
  dividends.
• The simple fact is that a healthier
  workforce means a reduction both in
  healthcare claims and other costs
  associated with poor health — such as
  reduced productivity and increased
  absenteeism.
                  Prevention
• Almost half of all premature deaths in the United
  States and other developed countries are
  caused by lifestyle related problems. We can
  prevent many of these deaths and enhance
  quality of life for millions of people if we can help
  them exercise regularly, eat nutritious foods,
  avoid tobacco and excess alcohol, learn to
  manage stress, enhance social networks and
  economic conditions, clarify lifestyle values, and
  achieve a sense of fulfillment in their intellectual
  pursuits.
       Tools and Technology
• Web Portals allow employee information
  entry along with tracking options, survey
  and weekly measurement entry.
• Tracking options consist of measurements
  that are portrayed in graph or list format
  and result in the ability of the employee to
  track their own improvement and the
  company to provide earned rewards.
       Tools and Technology
Web Portals must
• Be HIPAA compliant and security
  controlled by log-in allowing patient access
  and administration control.
• The next screens provide an overview of
  an existing portal by Cassara Systems,
  Inc., who provide a Wellness Tracking
  System to fit any program.
Log In
Token Selection
HIPAA Requirement
          Participant Survey
Format facilitates graphing and problem identification.
 Participant Weekly Report
Data can be customized quickly and easily.
      Administration Portal
Listing with Report/Graphing/Comment Options
Participant Detail Screen 1
Demographic and Program Information
Participant Detail Screen 2
Portal Access and Baseline Information
       Reporting and Graphs
• The following reporting and graph
  examples are just that. You design what
  you need – these are examples only.
• The reports at the participant level can be
  securely available to the participant only.
• Group analysis reporting is available –
  only tell us your parameters and
  requirements.
   Patient/Question Graph
Critical Thresholds are set with E-Mail Alerts
 Critical Symptom Graph
Only Critical Alert Questions are included
        Severity Trend Report
Identifies problems and prevents participation loss.
       Web Portal Features
• Secure access from anywhere.
• Monitors and graphs participation.
• Identifies problems and prevents
  participation loss.
• Administration Interface allows user
  control of drop downs, managing groups,
  surveys and much more.
• Web site, Calendars, open forum, mass
  group email, links, articles, photo gallery,
  rewards, newsletter, contact info, etc.
        Web Portal Features
• Level Security controls access to only the data
  that you (or HIPAA) allows
• Locale Administrators set up participants at their
  locale – data entry fields that YOU control.
• Survey, control and result data is presented in
  only group list and graph format (HIPAA).
• Group List data is downloadable into Excel for
  further manipulation and result research.
• Individual graphing is securely available to each
  individual participant for self-tracking.

				
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