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“The nation spent $2.3 trillion on health care in 2007. Three-fourths of that to treat chronic illnesses whose prevalence could be reduced through prevention.”. Tommy Thompson Former Secretary of Health & Human Services. America's employers have paid much of the health-care bill

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“The nation spent $2.3 trillion on health care in 2007.

Three-fourths of that to treat chronic illnesses

whose prevalence could be reduced through prevention.”

Tommy Thompson

Former Secretary of Health & Human Services

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America's employers have paid much of the health-care bill

for more than half a century, and until the last 20 years or so,

this was simply a cost of doing business.

Cutting benefits, raising premiums and increasing co-pays

and deductibles are not viable long-term solutions.

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Allergies

Carbohydrate Addicts Diet

AIDS

Asthma

Protein Power

Aging

South Beach

Antibiotic Resistance

Autism

DIET

The Zone

Volumetrics

DISEASE

Asthma

Anthrax

Sugar Busters

Eat More – Weigh Less

Alzheimer's

Atherosclerosis

Ascariasis

Arthritis

Choose to Lose

Mediterranean

A.D.D.

Shangri-La

Echinacea

Body Comp

Berries

Green Tea

Bio Impedance

Hip to Waist

Saw Palmetto

Red/Green Algae

BMI

HRA

Under Water

SUPPLEMENTS

7 Site

The Egg

B.P.

Vitamins

Hoodia

MEASUREMENTS

PSA

A1c

Copper Bracelet

Grape Seed Extract

Venipuncture

Glucose

Lipid Panel

Antioxidants

Black Tea

HDHP

Fish Oil

Chem 26

Homocystine

PPO

HRA

FSA

Finger Prick

Fasting

REIMBURSEMENT

Pedometer

Step

Pilates

Okuma's Wu-Long

BowFlex

Total Gym

HMO

HSA

CDHP

Spin

EXERCISE

Chitosan

Slim Fast

OOP

POS

Relacore

The Ball

WEIGHT LOSS

Kick-Boxing

Tai-bo

Aerobics

Dexatrim

MeltRx 24 Ultra

Metabolife

Heavy Hands

Nordic-Trac

Ephedra

Abdominizer

10,000 steps

Mastigard

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BRUTAL FACT

Business on a Local Level

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R

x

CVDCOSTS

#1 LIPITOR

#2 ZOCOR

#3 PLAVIX

417 CVD prescriptions

at $ 47,250.00

AVERAGED

PER MONTH

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ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

Focuses on Cardiovascular Disease

Includes health screening in benefits design

Follows evidence based medical standards

Stratifies risk based upon clinical findings

Directs “high-risk” to interventions that lower risk & normalize lab values

Distributes non-compliant/un-successful into appropriate management

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LEVEL 5 LEADERSHIP

If you can’t measure it…

You can’t manage it!

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CREATIVE PLAN DESIGN

80/20

Base Plan

80/20

Participation

In Screening & Interventions

$1000 Deductible

Premium Plan

$250 Deductible

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Highest Risk

Risk Reduction

ELEVATED CHOLESTEROL

Abnormal Glucose

High Blood Pressure

Overweight

Indicator

Intervention

Identify Risks

Root

Cause

POOR DIETARY HABITS

Physical Inactivity

Tobacco Use

RISK REDUCTION STRATEGY

FOCUS ON CHOLESTEROL

Reduce the population ‘At Risk’

Virtually No Risk

CVD Risk Factors are shared by Diabetes, Digestive Diseases,

Certain Cancers , Stroke and many other chronic and acute conditions

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WE IDENTIFIED

High Risk/High Cost…

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HEALTH SCREEN

Identify Associates at High Risk

HRA - BMI - Blood Pressure - Glucose - Lipid Profile

cholesterol
CHOLESTEROL

Identified Root Causes

>240

12%

<150

12%

200-239

31%

150-198

31%

32 – Identified @ Significant Risk

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WE ATTACKED

High Risk/High Cost…

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ELIMINATE ROOT CAUSES

Risk Reduction

“Tell me and I forget,

Teach me and I remember,

Involve me and I learn.”

- Benjamin Franklin

Risk Reduction Dietitian

Non-Compromising

“Can Do” Philosophy

improving our environment
IMPROVINGOur Environment
  • Vending Labeling
  • Meetings
  • Cafeteria

Walk the Talk

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IMPLEMENTED

Physical Activity

10,000 Steps

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ESTABLISHED

Tobacco Use Policy

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DEMANDED

Consistency of Message