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Clinical Healthcare Management Services

Cohesively coordinating healthcare services and Providing quality healthcare assessments for enhanced community healthcare outcomes

Ph: 716-688-1000         Fx: 716-688-1001

Employment Preventative Wellness Services on site Nurse Staffing

CHMS will assist business in developing a Preventive Wellness Program that will meet employee needs, and enhance onsite health and wellness support.

CHMS provides:

  • On site Nursing Advocacy Support
  • Confidential employee/family healthcare support
  • Healthcare in-services per employee request
    • Results offer an employer’s a positive increase on their business Return on Investment (ROI)

      Preventive Wellness Process

      CHDS will create a comprehensive Preventive Wellness program that includes support with proactive healthcare services, disease management for afflictions such as asthma and diabetes, onsite in-services, and follow up healthcare services.

      Risk Management Services Include:

      I. Health Assessment and Follow-Up

      II. Onsite In-services based on Employee request/need

      • Diabetic Management
      • First Aide Training (American Heart Association)
      • Smoking Cessation Classes
      • Smoking Cessation Classes
      • Smoking Cessation Gum
      • Nicotine Patches, Legened
      • Asthma Education
      • Breastfeeding Lactation
      • Birthing Classes
      • Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Class
      • Cesarean Birth Class
      • Childbirth Refresher
      • Childbirth Preparation/Lamaze
      • Stress Management
      • Nutrition Class
      • Obesity
      • Weight Management
      • Infant Safety
      • Patient Education
      • Exercise Class /Zumba
      • Hypertension
      • Disease Management

      III. Reduction of Claims / Return on Investment (ROI)

      1. Analysis of current health care expenditures will inform the company management of the costs of various diseases and conditions. By identifying disease areas that contribute significantly to the total health care costs, results of the analysis can be used to identify areas that should be targeted by an intervention (e.g., diabetes, heart disease). The claims data can also serve as a companion piece to employee self-report data, correlating the reported health needs and behaviors of the workforce
      2. Analysis of trends in health care expenditures (specifically, pre and post-intervention; changes in the rate of growth over time) will assist with assessing the effects of the health promotion program(s) on employee health and their health expenditures (see figure below).
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      3. Analysis of health care and pharmaceutical claims data can be used for benchmarking to see whether the health claims in one worksite are comparable to or differ from claims from other worksites within the same organization; b) how the organization’s health claims compare with other employers doing comparable work; and c) whether there is a pattern of claims that might identify areas of concern in the specific work environment

      Data on health claims and health care and pharmaceutical expenditures can be obtained from the company’s health care plan provider(s). Health claims data will be used to identify major sources for health care expenditures by estimating (1) frequency and (2) cost per person treated for various diseases. Combining these two pieces of information will allow for defining the importance of a number of health issues (see figure below).

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