Company Wellness Program

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Our Wellness Program is designed to Improve Quality of Life, Increase Life Expectancy, Increase Work Productivity, and Reduce Health care Cost which is rewarding for both employer and employees for the following reasons:


Economic Benefits to a Company

 Reduce Absenteeism

 Lower Medical Insurance Premium Cost

 Safer Work Place

 Improved Productivity

 Reduced Transcription Errors and Costs

 Faster Access to Patient Electronic Health Records


Economic Benefits to an Individual

 Reduced Medical Cost by Faster and Improved Medical Diagnostics

 Reduced Absenteeism Increases Income and Work Advancement

 Increased Life Expectancy which Increases Earning

 Medical Alerts Improve Blood Pressure Control and Diabetes Management which Lowers the Risk of Kidney Disease and Dialysis

Summary

Our Wellness Program is designed to support a healthy workplace enviroment. A healthy workplace is one which encourages teamwork, cooperation and empowerment of the individuals. Our Wellness Program comprises of activities such as health education, medical screenings, weight management programs and on-site fitness programs. These programs can be classified as Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary health programs, depending on the goal of the specific program. Primary prevention programs usually target a fairly healthy employee population and encourages them to engage in healthy behaviors for ongoing good health. Secondary health programs are aimed at reducing risk factors and Tertiary health programs that addresses the current health problems, control or reduce symptoms and slow down the progression of the disease or condition.

Six Steps of Wellness

 Screening

Screening is the first step in the medical process of identifying a possible presence of a disease or pre-existing medical abnormality in our body through certain medical examinations and assessment. It is a cost-effective way to identify at-risk individuals and those who may have been experiencing significant symptoms, as well as those people who do not feel ill. Moreover, it is an important factor in early detection of disease to improve the quality of life and increase the life expectancy of each individual. The eHealthcare devices (All-in-1, H100 and BP1) provide screening tests that can detect High Blood Pressure, Blood Oxygen, Body Temperature, Blood Glucose, Pulse Rate, Heart Electrical Activity (12 Lead ECG) and Urine Chemistry (PH, BIL, LEU, NIT, URO, VC, PRO, KET, BLD, GLU, SG) that aid in the early detection of disease.

 Diagnosis

Diagnosis is the act of identifying a disease or disorder through the results of screening and examination, systematic analysis of family/medical history, lifestyle, and investigation of probable causes performed by a medical specialist. Based on the results of the screening conducted, those employees or individuals that are identified at risk of developing a more serious illness are required to undergo consultation with a medical doctor for further evaluation and appropriate diagnosis. Diagnosis is often difficult because not all diseases have signs and symptoms. Furthermore, many signs and symptoms are nonspecific.

 Education

Health education is designed to help individuals improve their health by increasing their knowledge or influencing their attitude.

 Maintenance

The maintenance step is a systematic program or procedure planned to prevent illness, maintain maximum function and promote health. It is central to health care, all levels (primary, secondary and tertiary) and in all patterns (preventive, episodic, acute, chronic and catastrophic). A healthy lifestyle is part of the maintenance program. Individuals who were diagnosed to be at risk from developing a serious health condition are encouraged to maintain normal bio-metrics and have a healthy lifestyle.

This includes healthy habits in terms of the eight (8) dimensions of wellness: Physical, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, Environmental, Intellectual, Occupational, and Financial. These dimensions of wellness are interrelated and equally vital to an individual’s complete well-being.


 Physical – Recognizing the need for physical activity, diet, sleep, and nutrition.

 Emotional – Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships.

 Social – Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system.

 Spiritual – Expanding our sense of purpose and meaning in life.

 Environmental – Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating, environments that support well-being.

 Intellectual – Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.

 Occupational – Personal satisfaction and enrichment derived from one’s work.

 Financial – Reduce absenteeism, increase earnings and lower medical cost are benefits to employees.

 Monitoring

Monitoring is the stage where the employees observe the effectiveness of the progress of their health condition after following the health maintenance plan prescribed by the medical doctor.


 All-in-1 / H100
An individual can start monitoring their vital signs by using any of these devices. All-in-1 device is commonly used in clinics/hospitals by a medical staff, while the H100 is preferred for those who are monitoring at home.

 BP1
A dedicated self blood pressure monitoring device that automaticaly uploads data to the users electronic health records.

 Intelligent Electronic Health Records
The medical data of each user is sent to the Cloud for storage and data management. The medical records of each individual can then be accessed through their own account at eHealthcare.


Aside from self-monitoring, your regular physician can monitor your vital status through eHealthcare and will receive a notification/alert if the defined monitor control exceeded what is normal. You can even conduct consultations with your medical doctor through the use of Telemedicine.

 Data Analysis

Program evaluation is critical to maintaining accountability of the Wellness Program. The effectiveness of the Wellness Program is obtained from the screening and diagnostics of the employees with health risk factors. Screening and monitoring data analytics allows you to assess the efficacy of the program and make adjustments accordingly. This information tells you whether the guidelines are being followed and are producing the levels of participation expected.