Wellness ROI Modeler
First-ever proven, financial return on a company’s integrated wellness programs. The ROI Modeler calculates ROI using comparative health care claims, wellness program participation, normalized claims data and wellness expenditures.
Based on 175,000 covered lives, the ROI Modeler includes standard reporting for benchmark comparison. Here’s how it works:
Aggregate database includes claims, eligibility and wellness participation data from each member company:
- Data is de-identified and merged with other member companies into one database.
- Members can access the database to review data or run queries, including aggregate data of all member companies, or data from selected industry competitors.
Projects the ROI and net annual savings expected when wellness programs are in place.
Individual Company Reports
Each company receives a written report with specific data from the ROI Analysis.
- Alliance goals and benefits
- Executive summary
- Summary of member wellness program(s) used in ROI Analysis
- Summary information comparing member company to aggregate database of member companies
- Details of ROI Analysis, including comments, conclusions, etc.
Uses output from the ROI Analysis to update assumptions in the ROI Modeler for future use:
- Provides claims savings for using a wellness program intervention (WPI) versus not using a WPI
- Shows net annual savings for current wellness program versus new wellness program interventions
The Alliance conducts and publishes annual surveys that provide comparable data, benchmarks and best practices of larger U.S. wellness program sponsors.
3rd Annual Survey Executive Summary
2nd Annual Survey Executive Summary
1st Annual Survey Executive Summary
A Wellness Program is one that:
- Identifies medical conditions, which can then be treated.
- Encourages healthy lifestyles ― to prevent or retard progression of medical problems and prevent unnecessary claims.
- Helps employees and dependents cope with the various problems of daily life (work/life balance).
- Consists of one or more wellness components.
Components of a wellness program include:
- Disease management
- Employee assistance programs
- Fitness programs
- Health risk appraisal
- Onsite medical program
- Personal wellness profile
- Screenings/preventive care
- Smoking cessation
- Telephonic wellness services
- Weight management
- Wellness education/communication
- Work/life balance