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Why Is NCQA Accreditation Important?
By Wellsource, Inc. | Published July 2021

If you are considering health plan accreditation, you have likely heard of the National Committee for Quality Assurance...


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5 HRA Data Analysis Tips to Enhance Your Understanding of Your Population’s Health
By Dr. Brittany Carter, Director of Health and Resources at Wellsource | Published December 2020

A health risk assessment (HRA) is not just a snapshot of your population’s current health status—it also can tell you the...


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What is Self-Reported Health Data and Why is it Critical for Population Health Programs?
By Dr. Brittany Carter, Director of Health and Resources at Wellsource | Published December 2020

Health risk assessments (HRAs) are a source of valuable data for health and wellness professionals looking to understand—and...


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What the KFF Employer Health Benefit Survey Says About Health Risk Assessments in 2020
By Alyssa Carter, Director of Marketing at Wellsource | Published October 2020

Every year the Kaiser Family Foundation releases an annual Employer Health Benefits Survey, which looks at trends in...


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The System Usability Scale: Does Your HRA Measure Up?
By Lauren Smith, Director of Quality Assurance at Wellsource | Published July 2020

This blog post is from Wellsource Director of Quality Assurance Lauren Smith, whose work centers on the quality of our...


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Assessing Wellness Initiatives and Using HRA Data to Adjust
By James Bennett, Director of Client Services at Wellsource | Published June 2020

How soon is too soon to review population health trends? It’s a valid question. You don’t want to burden your population by...


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What Does Wellness Really Mean?
By Alyssa Carter, Director of Marketing at Wellsource | Published March 2020

As the Director of Marketing at Wellsource, I get to talk to leaders in the world of population health  about how their...


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The Benefits of Consolidating your HRAs Under One Vendor
By James Bennett, Director of Client Services at Wellsource | Published March 2020

Making any buying decision, whether it’s for work or play, usually comes with a bit of research. And deciding which health...


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How Do Health Risk Assessments Help Your Medicaid Population?
By Wellsource, Inc. | Published March 2020

It can be challenging to ensure members of your population have quality healthcare when you’re working with Medicaid...


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Generation Z: How HRA Data will Help You Influence Health Outcomes in 2020 and Beyond (Part 1)
By Wellsource, Inc. | Published March 2020

This article from the Wellsource team originally appeared on the Bravo Wellness site - view the full article as it was...


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How to Ensure Your Health Risk Assessment is Trustworthy
By Wellsource, Inc. | Published March 2020

While investigating health risk assessment (HRA) options for your population, you could reach a point where everything begins...


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Is It Legal for Companies to Hire Nonsmokers Only?
By Wellsource, Inc. | Published January 2020

In light of the recent news about U-Haul International, Inc. declining job applicants who are nicotine users as of February 1,...


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Checklist: Choosing the Right Health Risk Assessment

What features are important to your organization in a health risk assessment? Some elements of health risk assessments are non-negotiable. Others vary depending on the specific needs of each organization.
Download our checklist to find out if the vendors you have in mind make the cut. If not, consider alternatives that will provide your organization with the performance and flexibility you need to promote wellness in your population.