When DHS Group was founded, the team consulted large health plans and self-insured employers (something DHS still offers today). As work with these groups grew, DHS also grew, fulfilling the need its clients had to get more value from their health data and use it to improve the health of their populations.
With employee health and wellness consistently moving towards the forefront of discussion, learning how to pair engagement programs with the insight provided by data and analytics is more important than ever.
As Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) President Dr. Thomas Parry said in a recent presentation, “If you can’t tell a story using data and make it tangible, you will never motivate and drive change.”
In this month’s Rewind feature, Jeff Scott, a member of DHS Group’s Advisory board, talks about achieving better health outcomes in organizations through wellbeing and healthcare analytics.