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Healthyroads. 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 2 Adding Years to Your Life and Life to Your Years… To help employers build healthier environments.

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1 Healthyroads

2 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 2 Adding Years to Your Life and Life to Your Years… To help employers build healthier environments through structured health promotion and complementary health care benefits.

3 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 3 We Believe… A healthy, happy, productive work force is essential Most chronic illness in the U.S. is preventable Workplace wellness can transform corporate cultures and improve lives

4 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 4 Who’s in Control of Your Health? Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000). Retrieved August 11, 2003, from http://www.cdc.gov. Contributing Factors to an Individual’s Health Status

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6 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 6 Why Implement Wellness? Employees are your most important asset Improves presenteeism Reduces absenteeism Reduces chronic, systemic disease A happier, healthier workforce is a competitive advantage in business

7 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 7 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 1985 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Greater than or equal to 20% Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% No data Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, CDC.

8 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 8 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 1990 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Greater than or equal to 20% Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% No data Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, CDC.

9 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 9 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 1995 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Greater than or equal to 20% Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% Source: Mokdad, A. H., et al. (1999). Journal of the American Medical Association, 282: 16.

10 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 10 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 2001 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% No data Source: Mokdad, A. H., et al. (2001). Journal of the American Medical Association, 286: 10. Greater than 25% Between 20% and 24%

11 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 11 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 2003 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% Greater than 25% Between 20% and 24% Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), CDC (2004).

12 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 12 Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults, 2004 CA DE MD DC CT NJ WV RI MA NH VT NC KY SC VA PA IN TN GA ALMS LA NY HI OH ME IL MI WI OK AR MO IA MN KS FL TX NM AZ NE UT CO NV WY SD ND ID MT WA OR AK Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), CDC (2005). Greater than or equal to 20% Between 15% and 19% Between 10% and 14% Less than 10% No data Greater than 25%

13 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 13 Obesity: The Risk Obesity Is Associated With Increased Risk of: Cardiovascular disease Diabetes Gall bladder disease Respiratory disease (asthma, sleep apnea) Specific cancers Musculoskeletal conditions (arthritis, DJD) Behavioral conditions (depression, stress)

14 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 14 America’s Health Care Crisis 2000 Prevalence Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000). Retrieved August 11, 2003, from http://www.cdc.gov

15 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 15 Root Causes of Obesity

16 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 16 Root Causes of Obesity 10% of food purchases at restaurants is consumed in the car. Americans spend more on fast food than on new cars, computers, and college COMBINED.

17 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 17 Root Causes of Obesity The Changing Nature of Work Number of Hours to Harvest One Acre of Wheat Source: Jeremy Rifkin – The End of Work (1996).

18 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 18 Reduction in Incidence of Diabetes with Lifestyle Intervention 58% reduction 31% reduction *5% to 7% reduction in body weight; exercise 30 minutes a day. Trial was discontinued after 17 months due to clear results. Source: Knowler, W. C., et al. (2002). New England Journal of Medicine, 346, 393-403.

19 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 19 Obesity: Solutions? What is Available to Address This Growing Epidemic? 1.Surgery—various types of gastric bypasses 2.Pharmaceuticals (the magic pill) 3.Behavioral and educational interventions

20 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 20 Coaching 1 x per week (ongoing and long term) Motivational interviewing approach Education during teachable moments Goal setting and evaluation Reinforcement

21 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 21 Interdisciplinary Team oRegistered Dietitians oRegistered Nurses oMasters-level Clinicians (MPH, MS, MSW) oCertified Health Education Specialists oCertified Personal Trainers oBA in a Health-related Field Handle more complex cases (BSx, poly pharmacy, etc.)

22 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 22 Healthyroads Coaching - One Size Does Not Fit All

23 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 23 Healthyroads Impacts Individuals *Programs are available as non-insurance-based, health education programs.

24 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 24 Participation Drives Success

25 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 25 Kick-off Member is welcomed to the program by his/her coach Rapport is established Motivation is assessed Short- and long-term goals are set

26 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 26 Healthyroads Wellness Programs Educational Resources Customized Fitness & Meal Plans Tobacco cessation manual Weight management manual Supplemental Guides & Get Started Kit!

27 Program Overview

28 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 28 Healthyroads Coaching Program Get Started! Reward Member Requirements: Kickoff Call plus overview (Health Status Questionnaire) One coaching session Get Started! Reward Mailed to Member: 1.Healthyroads cookbook 2.Four Healthyroads nutrition bars 3.Pedometer (Talks to you) 4.Exercise bands & DVD 5.Relaxation Skills CD – Mental Imagery 6.Healthyroads stress-relief card 7.One bottle of multivitamins (30-day supply) Members Receive for Tobacco Cessation: Up to 6 weeks of nicotine replacement therapy

29 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 29 Healthyroads Coaching Program Get Healthy! Award

30 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 30 Healthyroads Coaching Program Share Results! Award Member Requirements: At end of year, we send an email reminder to members who qualified for Get Started! Reward to take Health Status Questionnaire (HSQ) again. Members Receive: $35 "free stuff" voucher on Healthyroads.com ®. There are more than 2,400 discounted health products.

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32 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 32 Top 5 Mistakes Employers Make When Implementing Wellness Programs

33 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 33 Healthyroads Coaching Program Results Case Study Voluntary Employees Benefit Association (VEBA) Public schools in San Diego County 200 participants qualified by raffle – All Obese 84% Female, Avg. Weight 235 Lbs. Program Design: Healthyroads coaching program Healthyroads rewards ASH Networks fitness club membership and personal trainer benefits

34 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 34 Healthyroads Coaching Program Results Case Study Participants Making Behavioral Changes* *Nearly all (97.2%) participants have made behavioral changes.

35 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 35 Healthyroads Coaching Program Results Case Study Participants Making Behavioral Changes* *Average increases of fruit, vegetable, and whole grain intake were 2 servings per day. Average reduction in red meat consumption was 3 servings per day.

36 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 36 Healthyroads Coaching Program Results Case Study *24% of participants have lost enough weight to move down an entire NIH risk category. In fact, one VEBA member has lost 80 pounds in the program thus far.

37 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 37 Clients of Healthyroads Wellness Programs AHIP Barrington Hills Country Club Beverly Hills Hotel Bolton and Company Brown & Brown of Washington CAVCO Centerre Construction, Inc. Cherry Hills Community Church City of Commerce Citizens Trust Bank Clark Atlanta University Comprehensive Rehabilitation CSEA Day Care of America DuCharme, McMillen, and Assoc. EDS Fabcon Financial Partners Credit Union FlexMagic Garden Fresh Garmat USA Gemini Group, Inc. Gustave A. Larson Co. Holland Residential Industrial Dynamics Co. Industrial Metal Supply Invitrogen Corp. Jenkins Athens Insurance Source: Wellness Consulting department, 2006-03-03.

38 05.02.06 New Directions in Health Care 38 Clients of Healthyroads Wellness Programs JC Penney Knight Ridder Kyocera Mazak Corporation Medical Service Organization Mercy Hospital Morehouse College Morehouse School of Medicine Pacificare Health Systems Parker Smith & Feek Inc. Paul Cole Motors, Inc. Perillo Construction Polaris Poway Unified School District RJ Ahmann Company RESMED Corp. Royal Buick Co, Inc. Southwest Foodservice State Bar of New Mexico Storehouse, Inc. Sunrise Growers, Inc. Trans Pacific Service Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union VEBA Viejas Enterprises Wausau Homes Weather Shield Zones, Inc. Source: Wellness Consulting department, 2006-03-03.


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