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HEM Survey

HEM Survey

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Published by Statesman Journal
Findings from the first mail survey
Findings from the first mail survey

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HEM Evaluation Study
SUMMARY OF THE STUDY
Surveys
designed to assessprogram satisfaction,participation, and short-termoutcomes (results now)
Interviews
designed to explorekey findings in greater depth(results in two months)
Claims analysis
designed tolook for long-term cost savings(results in early 2014)
Bill J. Wright, PhD
Center for Outcomes Research & EducationProvidence Health & ServicesBill.Wright@Providence.Org 
TODAY’S PRESENTATION:
Findings from the first mail survey See also: Attached report with more detailed findings
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The Questions
Psychosocial & Behavioral Impacts
Does HEM change participants’ health behaviors?
Does HEM help people work toward their health goals?
Employee Satisfaction
Do employees like HEM? Does it impact overall job satisfaction?
Is satisfaction with HEM changing over time?
Health and Cost Impacts
Does HEM result in better health over time?
Does HEM result in lower costs of care over time?
 
 A comprehensive evaluation of the HEM program designed toanswer three broad types of questions:
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The Survey
Today’s Report: Findings from the first mail survey
Representative sample of employees
Included both participants and non-participants
This is our first survey; future surveys would be needed withthis study panel to assess trends/changes over time
=
      =
3,500
Enrolled in HEM
1,000
Not Enrolled in HEM
=
4500
PEBB Beneficiaries
We tried to reach...
57%
 
Survey Completed(n=1,989)
36%
Survey Completed(n=358)
52%
Overall ResponseRate (n=2,347)
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