Alere Health Executives to Present ‘Employee Health Management Performance Reporting Best Practices’ Workshop at HERO Forum

Attendees will gain the tools they need to accurately demonstrate EHM program value and improve performance

Alere Health Executives to Present ‘Employee Health Management Performance Reporting Best Practices’ Workshop at HERO Forum

<0> For Alere HealthJan McClure, 770-559-1016 </0>

Alere Health executives will lead a workshop titled “The Value Cascade: Employee Health Management Performance Reporting Best Practices” on Sept. 30 at the 2014 in San Diego, CA. Senior VP of Health Intelligence Michael Connor, DrPH, and Director of Health Promotions & Participant Support Beth Reynolds will present the key value measurement domains and performance assessment techniques for employee health management (EHM) programs, and participants will apply those techniques hands-on by working through two real-world EHM case studies in small teams.

“Employers have long needed effective metrics for assessing and reporting EHM impact,” said Dr. Connor. “This workshop will give HR professionals the tools they need to create compelling reports that meaningfully demonstrate program value and highlight areas where improvements can increase that value.”

EHM is a critical component of employer efforts to improve the health of employees, increase employee worksite productivity and control healthcare costs, and measurement and reporting are crucial to EHM success. Dr. Connor’s workshop will help attendees strengthen their own reporting by applying best practices determined in an extensive market-need assessment and employer pilot testing.

Attendees will gain an understanding of how to provide high-level reporting clarity through a value summary cascade that includes program engagement, health impact, utilization, financial savings and program satisfaction. They will also learn how to include performance assessment measurement of both trends and targets, along with pertinent next steps regarding areas of improvement.

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be prepared to better report their own EHM performance by:

HERO is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the creation and dissemination of employee health management research, education, policy, strategy, and leadership.

Dr. Michael Connor is senior vice president of health intelligence at Alere Health, where he leads customer outcome measurement and reporting. Dr. Connor participates in a number of industry activities including Population Health Alliance (PHA) Quality & Research committee, and currently serves on PHA Value on Investment workgroup and the HERO/PHA measurement initiative steering committee. He has over 30 years of experience in health care analytics and research, focusing on outcome measurement, provider performance, illness burden scores, episode development, and health care cost trend analysis. He earned a doctorate degree in public health in biostatistics with emphasis in health economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Beth Reynolds is director of health promotions and participant support at Alere Health, where she leads a team of health promotions managers and strategists to develop customized enrollment and engagement strategies to maximize population health and wellness initiatives. She works with clients across diverse industries, which include some notable Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies. Reynolds has more than 29 years of experience in corporate information services and human resources. Reynolds earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Georgia, where she graduated summa cum laude, and is certified as a health promotion director.

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