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Preventive Health Management Case Study #1 

The following information belongs to an employee actively engaged in preventive health coaching sessions. The chart below displays the health improvements this employee was able to make through lifestyle changes after just 7 months of being on IncentiCare. 

Sex: Female | Age: 47 

Case Study 1

In just 7 months, this employee made sustainable lifestyle changes that allowed her to decrease her BMI, blood glucose, and blood pressure. These health improvements were accomplished without the use of prescription drugs. Before IncentiCare, this employee was in a prediabetic range. After 7 months of working with a health coach, she is now in the desired range for blood glucose. 

IncentiCare enabled this employee to reverse her unmanaged Prediabetes through lifestyle changes. 

Significance to the plan

  • Research shows that 70% of people with prediabetes will develop Type II Diabetes over the course of their lifetime. 
  • On average, one Type II Diabetic costs the plan $15,000 a year. 
  • Through reversing this employee’s unmanaged Prediabetes, IncentiCare saved this employer group $15,000 a year for the foreseeable future. 

 

Preventive Health Management Case Study #2 

The following information belongs to an employee who completed an outreach call with a member of our Preventive Health Management (PHM) team. The chart below displays the health improvements this employee was able to make through lifestyle changes after just 7 months of being on IncentiCare. 

Sex: Male | Age: 53 

Case Study 2

Before IncentiCare, this employee was an uncontrolled, undiagnosed Diabetic. This employee had LDL and Triglyceride counts that put him at an extreme risk for heart attack and stroke. After completing an outreach call with a member of our Preventive Health Management team, this employee had the education necessary to make lifestyle changes geared toward reducing his health risks. After just 7 months of being on IncentiCare, this employee reversed his unmanaged Type II Diabetes and lost 52 pounds without the use of prescription drugs. This employee also decreased his LDL and Triglyceride counts, decreasing his risk for heart attack and stroke. 

Significance to the Plan

  • On average, a heart attack costs the plan $150,000 
  • Type II Diabetics cost the plan $15,000 per year 
  • Through moving this employee to an optimal range for blood sugar and preventing a heart attack, IncentiCare saved this employer group $165,000 for this plan year alone.