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PDHI Launches ConXus Profile Third-Party Health Risk Assessment Data-Load Process
Date:6/23/2009

BERNARDSVILLE, N.J., June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Protocol Driven Healthcare, Inc. (PDHI) launches the ConXus Profile Third-Party Health Risk Assessment (HRA) Data-Load Process so that organizations can merge historical data from third-party HRAs with data collected from the ConXus Profile HRA.

Organizations may be reluctant to switch their current HRA data to a new vendor for fear of losing valuable health information accumulated over time. PDHI has developed a solution in its ConXus Profile Third-Party HRA Data-Load Process. This new service enables organizations to take advantage of the data-management capability of the ConXus Platform while retaining historical HRA data.

Once third-party HRA data is loaded into the ConXus Platform, an organization can compare it with current data from ConXus Profile to provide:

  • Coach access to longitudinal HRA data for individual participants.
  • Administrator access to consolidated aggregate HRA data for outcome reporting.
  • Participant access to previous and current HRA results within the member report summary table for progress tracking.

One of the first companies to take advantage of this capability was Innovative Wellness Solutions, a client of PDHI. "Organizations are reluctant to change HRA vendors, as they do not want to lose their investment in the historical HRA data," said Stuart Sutley, chief executive officer of Innovative Wellness Solutions. "New clients can now adopt the ConXus Profile health risk assessment and take advantage of our other services that are supported on the integrated ConXus Platform. Centralizing all the program data makes it easy to track participation and measure program outcomes."

The PDHI ConXus Platform supports the delivery of private-labeled health improvement programs. Application modules include an HRA, online wellness programs, personal health record, and health-coaching tools. Application modules are delivered with the Program Center, which guides participants to required actions and key dates, a secure message center, and incentive tracking and fulfillment. Modules can be deployed in multiple configurations to match client service levels, with additional localization for each end client.

The ConXus Platform centralizes all program data, facilitating the tracking of program participation, return on investment, and changes in health status.

About Protocol Driven Healthcare, Inc.

PDHI is a healthcare technology and data processing organization that provides preventive health applications and services using the ConXus(R) health-improvement platform. For more information, visit http://www.pdhi.com/.

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