WellSuite® IV Offers Actionable Data for Better Health Outcomes
Readiness to change data empowers wellness professionals to make educated decisions about where their resources will be best spent. Our reports help you zero in on the areas of wellness that you can control so your time and money have the greatest impact. WellSuite® IV Health Risk Assessments use the Transtheoretical Model (TTM), created by research psychologists Drs. James O. Prochaska and Carlo C. DiClemente, to identify which stage of the change journey an individual is in and prompt HRA participants with change readiness questions where appropriate.
Behavior change takes effort. And it won’t happen until a person recognizes the need to change and is willing to make it happen.
One of the areas of health measured by WellSuite IV is physical activity. Depending on whether or not a participant reports a healthy level of activity, they may be prompted to answer one of these questions:
In both the examples above, you learn about the participant’s willingness to change their health habits, or how recently they changed their habit to learn where they may be in their change journey. Both responses provide new insights into the individual’s future health status, and can be used to build more targeted health and wellness programs.
Readiness to change data empowers wellness professionals to make educated decisions about where their resources will be best spent. Our reports help you zero in on the areas of wellness that you can control so that your time and money have the greatest impact. In this WellSuite® IV Admin Report example, nutrition is overwhelmingly the area that people are ready to change. By focusing program efforts on nutrition, population health managers see better results, including:
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