COVID-19 Workforce Risk Scoring

1. Would you to like objectively understand the risk of your vulnerable workers for each major worksite location and/or department?

2. Would your Covid-19 Task Force like to have a worksite-specific savings analysis and blueprint for each major location and/or department?

3. Does the C-suite need more than social distancing, hand sanitizers, masks, and staggering shifts to gain comfort?

4. Does your Risk Management and Legal Department require a thorough Pandemic plan that goes above and beyond ?

Let's face it.  We've heard a lot about underlying health conditions, such as Diabetes and Hypertension as well as health risk factors including obesity and smoking, and their impacts on COVID-19 vulnerability.   It's a known fact that people with underlying health conditions are more vulnerable to COVID-19.  Sadly, vulnerability also includes untimely deaths (see WSJ - 7/31/20).  That's where we come in.

The fastest and easiest of our approaches analyzes the health risk associated with the counties of residence where your employees live.  More specifically we review Smoking, Obesity, Diabetes, and other health risks.  We then create an objective, data-driven action plan to help determine which worksite locations should be opened and when they should be opened.

For employers wanting a deeper analysis our claims-driven approach will be to your liking.  How so?  We leverage Rx claims data and essentially identify vulnerable employees based on the health conditions associated with their medications.  Pretty cool stuff!  For employers wanting even more, we can also leverage medical claims data.  The key deliverable is an De-identified Workforce Risk Blueprint which includes recommendations for each location and/or population.

You can now get peace-of-mind knowing the HR Best Practices team is on the job!  Please contact us now to learn more. 

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