Evive Health is nominated as one of the twelve finalists for the 5th Annual TripleTree iAwards for Connected Health. The TripleTree iAwards recognize exceptional companies that are demonstrating insight, innovation, and initiative in healthcare and we are honored to be one of the finalists.
Peter Saravis reflects on best practices in applying behavioral economics to data-driven, personalized healthcare communications.
Read Prashant Srivastava's discussion from the annual HERO meeting, October 2nd-4th, in Minnesota. Srivastava, together with Lisa Shu, Assistant Professor of Management and Organization at The Kellogg School of Management, discuss how personalized messaging can be key to increasing employee engagement in preventative health and wellness programs.
How can HR executives close the loop and persuade employees to take better care of themselves? Research shows a simple nudge may do the trick.
Read FOXBusiness' article influencing the development of healthy habits for employees.
Read Prashant Srivastava's article published in Compensation & Benefits Review focusing on the challenge of getting employees to take advantage of wellness and prevention programs and making overall better health care choices.
Check out Prashant Srivastava featured in June's Healthcare Payer News, starting on page 9. Srivastava discusses Evive's data-driven, personalized incentive program that focuses on the individual, rather than company as a whole. Everyone starts on their own path, dependent on their personal health, granting each person the same opportunities to earn the same amount of money regardless of their history.
Read Peter Saravis featured in June's edition of Chicago Hospital News as he discusses five ways to increase engagement in wellness programs.
Employees should take more responsibility for their health and employers are in a position to provide them with the tools and resources needed to do so. Employees may have the necessary information they need to make these informed health decisions, but if employees are not actually engaging in their own well-being, those health care costs will only continue to rise. CEO Peter Saravis encourages employers to create an environment for their employees that is conducive towards each individual health journey.
Evive's urgent care program is personalized to each recipient while offering simple, specific and practical information concerning retail health clinics and urgent care centers. The program provides recipients with a wallet card and key fobs that direct them to nearby in-network retail health and urgent care centers. By having the tools right at hand, this program was launched to help consumers, employers and health plans realize the savings and convenience of alternative treatment sites, such as urgent care centers.
The Aster Awards Program recognizes the nation's most talented healthcare marketing professionals for outstanding excellence in advertising. Evive was selected from nearly 3,000 entries and received a "Gold" award for the direct mail program developed specifically for the State of Nebraska to educate their employees on their cost-savings Wellness Health Plan options as well as other health and wellness decisions.
Evive Health won the Strategic Patient Adherence Award during April's 11th annual Forum on Patient Adherence. The awards recognize excellence in adherence programs administered by drug manufacturers, PBM organizations, and employers - a new category introduced this year that had Evive coming out on top.
The judges were especially impressed with Evive's large pool of covered lives, nearly one million since 2008, and Evive's ability to document an average of 15 to 28 percent increase in adherence over baseline in the first year alone in the populations covered by its sponsor programs.