Health and wellness practitioners consider many measures as they evaluate a person’s health. Biometric measures—such as height, weight, blood pressure, lab results, etc.—can be taken individually to look for and monitor existing conditions, or taken together to create a more complete picture of a person’s current health. But more information is needed to assess the risk of future chronic diseases—and take preventative measures wherever possible.
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- Wellsource Selected as a Top Health Risk Assessment Vendor for Q3 2020 by Shortlister
We are excited to announce that Wellsource has been named a Q3 2020 Top Vendor for Health Risk Assessment (HRA) by Shortlister, the No. 1 marketplace for employers and consultants to find and select providers in the human capital, wellness and benefits space. Wellsource was one of just 14 providers to receive the award, among 110 evaluated in the Health Risk Assessment space.
- How to Use an HRA and Change Readiness Data to Shape Your Wellness Program
Have you ever launched a wellness initiative only to see minimal engagement and participation? At Wellsource, this is a common challenge we hear from our clients. Every wellness program is different, but starting with reviewing your population data is often the best place to start. And one of the best types of data to look at is your population’s readiness to change.
- HRAs Provide Direct and Indirect Insights into Social Determinants of Health
We all know that data and data analysis are essential to the work of population health. The question is, do you have the data you need to adequately predict and prevent disease? A health risk assessment can give you a lot of insights—both direct and indirect—into the social determinants and other health needs of your population.
- The System Usability Scale: Does Your HRA Measure Up?
This blog post is from Wellsource Director of Quality Assurance Lauren Smith, whose work centers on the quality of our products through testing, innovation, and paying close attention to processes, product development, hiring, and management of his team.
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