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HealthMine Proprietary Research

The objective of the HealthMine Digital Health Report is to give health plan sponsors (payers and employers) insight into the adoption and impact of digital health tools. Using digital health tools in primary care could save the US healthcare system $10 billion annually. As the aging population and prevalence of chronic disease in America grows, internet-connected health devices and applications can help support primary and specialty healthcare and lower healthcare costs for consumers. 

The objective of the HealthMine Cardiovascular Report is to give health plan sponsors (payers and employers) insight into the health status and challenges of members with cardiovascular disease and known risk for cardiovascular disease. Heart disease is the number one chronic disease inflating costs for American consumers and health plan sponsors, according to the CDC. 

Because diabetes is a pervasive chronic disease inflating costs for American consumers and health plan sponsors, HealthMine sought to understand how consumers are managing with this illness and how it impacts their lives. Data and analysis in this report may be useful to health plan executives and benefits leaders in better engaging individuals with chronic disease in their population in order to improve their lives and lower their healthcare costs.

  • 73% of people with diabetes and pre-diabetes report difficulty coping with their illness and 66% feel their diabetes is not completely under control.
  • 72% have at least one other chronic condition. 67% have had health complications. One out of five also struggles with chronic pain, cardiovascular disease or mental illness

The objective of the HealthMine Consumer Wellness Report is to give health plan sponsors insight into member attitudes and desires about health and wellness programs. Data and analysis in this report may be useful to executives and benefits leaders in guiding the strategy and design of their wellness programs to maximize impact and effectiveness.

To give health plan sponsors insight into member attitudes and desires about health and wellness programs, HealthMine queried 1,929 consumers on topics including engagement, incentives, and healthcare costs and published the results in the first issue of its quarterly HealthMine Consumer Wellness Report. Data and analysis in this report may be useful to executives and benefits leaders in guiding the strategy and design of their wellness programs to maximize effectiveness.

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