Video tutorial: Using data to empower your health and wellbeing strategy

Employers want to increasingly use the value of data to understand what health and wellbeing means for their organisation and empower their strategy, according to Mark Witte, head of health and risk propositions and consulting at Aon.  

Watch Mark Witte’s session ‘Empowering your health and wellbeing strategy’ in full

“The statistics around health and wellbeing are scary. More and more employers are drawing the conclusion that the figures are staggering, command attention and wouldn’t I like to know what that looked like for my organisation,” he told delegates at the REBA Employee Wellbeing Congress 2017.

He said businesses couldn’t escape how far up the corporate agenda health and wellbeing issues have now crept.

“Data can set the benchline – where am I to start with and where am I trying to get to. It can inform the decision-making process and it can quantify risk,” he said.

He said companies should use benefits data, absence data, behavioural data, engagement data and many other data resources to better understand the role of health and wellbeing is in their organisations. He said companies should embrace the value of data analytics and challenge their providers to see what data they could provide.

This video tutorial was recorded at the REBA Employee Wellbeing Congress 2017 which took place on 22 June.


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