The Wait Is Over: PHA and HERO Release Core Metrics for Employee Health Management

For the past two years, PHA has partnered with Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO) to identify and recommend measures and standards for the assessment of employee health management programs for the employer community.

The employer dashboard covers 7 domains: organizational support, health impact, participation, satisfaction, financial outcomes, productivity and performance, and value on investment. The recommendations have been reviewed by several subject matter experts and are currently under review by stakeholder organizations and public comment.

Read the Program Measurement Evaluation Guide: Core Metrics for Employee Health Management (Executive Summary)

Read the Program Measurement and Evaluation Guide: Core Metrics for Employee Health (Handout)

PHA Forum Logo Final-01Why PHM in the workplace is the new black?

A discussion and in-depth presentation of the core metrics for employee health management and the work of PHA and HERO will be a centerpiece of the Workplace Healthcare and Benefits Institute at the PHA Forum 2014.

Population Health Management (PHM) is changing workplace wellness for the better. The Workplace Healthcare and Benefits Institute, a preconference event of the PHA Forum 2014, will provide HR and benefits managers and employers across the spectrum a solid basis to assess their wellness programs, as well as, for newcomers a review of core metrics, engagement strategies, and comparison of emerging and existing trends in wellness, incentives and more.

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