01 <strong><em>Benefit Plan Analysis</em></strong>
02 <strong><em>Chronic Health Advocacy</em></strong>
03 <strong><em>IHAP Licensing</em></strong>
04 <strong><em>IHAP Training</em></strong>
"So much of what we’re dealing with are lifestyle changes, [along with] daily stressors that impact their ability to focus on their health; the counseling and behavioral components are really crucial and ARE really what set IHAP apart in my mind."
Former Hospital CEO
"When I took the [Plan Summary] into my family physician to setup tests and follow appointments, she was ecstatic and said 'finally companies are starting to believe in preventative medicine.' She hailed the Program and [my employer] for being involved in such a great program."
Former IHAP Partcipant
“IHAP provides employers with a unique opportunity to support employees with multiple healthcare needs that traditional wellness programs cannot reach. This program is one-of-a-kind and has the potential to make a difference for [any employer].”
CEO of Brokerage Firm
Benefit Utilization Analysis
Our analytics process can identify the impact of chronic disease on a Benefit Plan. This information can be important when planning your future healthcare plans. Part of the analysis will include a snapshot of your population healthcare utilization and costs across time as well as a 3-year analysis of your population’s risk for chronic disease.
Chronic Disease Analysis
This analysis goes further by identifying the high utilizers and/or dealing with multiple chronic conditions. Our report will provide insights into the impact of chronic disease risk on future healthcare utilization. It will include a list of the top chronic diseases found in the population, a clinical review of individuals dealing with 4 or more chronic conditions, and example profiles of these employees.
Health & Wellness Consultation
Our Clinical Advocate Team consultation includes a review of each identified individual to provide advice and support to better manage their chronic conditions. Included in this in-person consultation will be a review of medications and address any medical questions they might have regarding their conditions.
BPA offers healthcare providers the opportunity to license IHAP to complement existing offerings in an organization including on-site clinics and wellness services. This offering includes training professionals for the effective integration of the program into health groups, clinics, hospitals, corporations or health benefit plans.
Our IHAP Clinical Advocate Team trains medical and psychosocial professionals who want to become IHAP Advocates in their respective domains to enhance their professional credentials. Once trained, these individuals may go on to be consultants with BPA on one of our teams or work for a licensed team through the licensing program.