Claims data can be a good transactional view of your employee population’s use of healthcare services, but this data, by itself, won’t help you improve employee health or help you lower costs.

If you work with an employer healthcare company to offer healthcare services to your employees, you should expect to receive a wide variety of de-identified data points to help you put a strategy together to improve employee health.

Your employer healthcare partner should help put together a comprehensive healthcare view of each patient and the entire employee population. The data can help identify healthcare conditions, help to stratify short, mid- and long-term risks, and also address gaps in care to improve health outcomes and bend the cost curve.

Data you should expect from your employer healthcare partner includes:

  • Health center activity overview
  • Progress on engagement
  • Satisfaction
  • Risk identification
  • Key stats by risk cohort
  • Care quality and risk reduction
  • Cost outcome
  • Activity details by procedure and diagnosis code
  • Pharmacy detail
  • Referrals detail
  • Labs detail

Read the blog: Companies Need More Than Employee Claims Data to Improve Overall Health 

Katie Vicars, Marathon Health
Katie Vicars, SVP Client Success, Marathon Health

Katie Vicars brings more than 20 years of experience to her role as SVP, Client Success for Marathon Health, where she has served in a variety of leadership roles, including account management, operations, and business development.