Ready, Set, Add Analytics

Maybe you already offer an employee wellbeing program of some sort to your employees, but do you ever feel like you’re missing something? Like maybe there’s more? More information, more details… more you can do to actually make an impact.

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Try adding analytics and turn your data into actionable information.

“Analytics is very important when it comes to understanding your current state of affairs,” Rabih Suki, Chief Strategy Officer, said. “Analytics will guide you to what is the most important issue or problem to tackle; they will help you quantify the problem and allow you understand if your solution – a wellbeing program for example – is working the way it should be.”

Analytics will give you:

  1. An ability to measure programs. Good analytics programs look at different health programs and see which ones are working and which ones need additional assistance.

  2. The opportunity to be independent. Information coming from third-parties can be difficult to understand; analytics programs that are independent and specific to the company using them allow for a focus on each company’s specific challenges, a better understanding of company facts and figures and a higher return on investment.

  3. A way to find specific problem areas. Analytics that aren’t accompanied by additional information are nearly useless; good analytics programs offer ways for you to comprehend, relate and resolve the complex relationships within health care data to find true answers to questions asked.

“Analytics goes beyond reporting,” Suki said. “It goes deep into many layers of information and helps turn that information into actionable insights.”   

Analytics… They’ll give you a seat at the strategy table. 


Unsure of where to start on your journey to implementing analytics?

“Products like [DHS Group’s] Analyze make the analytics easy to understand and give recommendations that don’t overwhelm you with data – it’s information that can be used.”

To learn more about DHS Group and Analyze, including how both can help your company get started on analytics implementation, click here.