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CARTERSVILLE, GA. OUR OUTCOMES. Measurement of Success…. AFTER. CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT. Before and After Risk Reduction Program. BEFORE. 2005 . TI Automotive Project Outcomes. -17%. -18.4%. Total Cholesterol. Cholesterol. -73%. 258. CHD Mortality. 202. -44%. All Cause Cancer.

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CARTERSVILLE, GA

OUR OUTCOMES

Measurement of Success…


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AFTER

CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT

Before and After Risk Reduction Program

BEFORE


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2005

TI Automotive

Project Outcomes

-17%

-18.4%

Total Cholesterol

Cholesterol

-73%

258

CHD Mortality

202

-44%

All Cause Cancer

“At Risk”

Group Avg

Post

Risk Reduction

TI Automotive - Risk Reduction Group

lowered Total Cholesterol by an average of 56 points.

1992

NORTH KARELIA

20 Year Project Outcomes


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WEIGHT

Before and after program

BLOOD PRESSURE

High readings - before and after program

“Not” a weight-loss program

203

7

190

2

Start

Start

Finish

Finish

Average Weight Loss = 13 lbs


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CHOLESTEROL CHANGE

Cartersville, GA

18.4%

Average

Decrease

Baseline


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LIPID RISK PROFILE CHANGE

Cartersville, GA

35

Initial Program Participants

4

Remaining High Risk Participants

13

To Ideal Risk <200


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2005-2006

U.S. Initiative

Cardiovascular

Risk Reduction


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96% Participation

3600 Participants Screened

Individuals Identified at “High Risk”

330 with Cholesterol levels of 240 or higher

41 Newly Diagnosed Diabetics

2005 Screenings


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U. S. LOCATIONS

Pre-Program and Post Program

Pre-test - Number of Participants with Total Cholesterol >240

Post Program-test - Number of Participants with Total Cholesterol >240


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CHOLESTEROL

Identified & Addressed Root Cause – Cholesterol  240

Program Start

Program Finish

  • 240

    16%

<150

08%

330

Completed RR Program

52

Participants “at risk”

200-239

50%

150-199

28%


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BLOOD PRESSURE RISK

Number of Individuals “high risk” – Pre and Post Program

55

“at risk”

30

“at risk”

45%

Start

Finish

This was “not” a Blood Pressure Control Program

* Blood Pressures are highly variable from day to day – Diastolic Blood Pressure only


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WEIGHT CHANGE

Average Weight – Pre and Post Programs

198.3

Average

193.5

Average

4.8lbs

Start

Finish

This was “not” a Weight Loss Program

64% of participants lost weight


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ADDITIONAL FINDINGS

Respondents indicating the following areas have been positively affected

from participating in the Risk Reduction Program.

62%

48%

Productivity

More Positive Attitude


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“However beautiful the strategy,

you should occasionally look at the results”

-Winston Churchill


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2007 - 34% decrease

A CHANGE IN DIRECTION

Cartersville, Georgia

$25,140

Per Employee Per Year

At 12.0% increase per year

CVHI

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016


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R

x

#1 Lipitor

#2 Zocor

#3 Plavix

COST AVOIDANCE

330 “high risk” at $125/mo.

$ 41,250 - per month - for life

ASSUMING: “all” at high risk would have been treated with pharmaceuticals..


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COST AVOIDANCE

(1) By-Pass Surgery = $ 60,000+

(1) Angioplasty = $ 50,000+

(1) Stroke = $100,000+


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COST IMPACT

TI Automotive, Cartersville, GA


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COST IMPACT

TI Automotive, Corporate


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COST IMPACT

TI Automotive, Corporate, 2004 - 2007

TI Automotive Average Annual PEPM Increase: 3.1%

Consumer Price Index Average Annual Increase: 3.2%

Kaiser Foundation Average Trend Increase: 7.9%

* TI Automotive data does “not” include annual plan changes made by employers to control costs

** Kaiser data includes annual plan changes made by employers to control costs


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THE FACES

OF TI AUTOMOTIVE


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My family & friends can’t believe that

my company is doing this for us!

-Joan



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Thank God for TI.

I could never have done it with out the class!

-Beverly


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City of Dalton, GA

319 Participants – 98%

Administration – Fire – Police – Public Works – Landfill – Trade Center – Parks & Recreation – Solid Waste


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“Whether you think you can

or think you can’t.

You’re Right”

-Henry Ford


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