Development of a Wellness Dashboard
- Ryan Amato (Chevron) | Janis Davis-Street (Chevron) | Michael Grimsley (HealthFitness) | Robin Morehouse (HealthFitness)
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- 2020. Society of Petroleum Engineers
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Capturing and reporting employee health data in a manner that accurately portrays overall workforce health, provides business opportunities for improvement and motivates both individuals and business units to take action in a global corporation. This paper details an approach for developing customizable business unit wellness dashboards that provide timely and relevant information that facilitates decision making, action and/or behavior change related to employee health.
This new approach involves aggregating multiple data sources into a common repository and creating multiple views of this data for health analytics. Dashboard templates have been created that require minimal expertise to generate comprehensive wellness reports. Additionally, any data category can be visualized based on the local business unit's preference and priorities to maximize wellness engagement. Communication campaigns share importance and relevance of the wellness dashboard to an additional audience by customizing views at the local level to ensure highest engagement. Initial dashboards will include user satisfaction and engagement numbers.
Combining established software tools and applications can aid in data visualization and analysis creating e-opportunities to display and discuss meaningful and useful health data across the organization in many ways. Different audiences not only create different data, but the dialogue surrounding their specific data set creates an environment for culture change. Influential factors include level of wellness program maturity, staff load capacity, competing priorities and fundamental leadership support at the local level will affect usage levels and satisfaction. Customizing meaningful data for specific audiences can increase understanding of data specifically related to programs, initiatives, awareness/prevalence and educate target audiences to why data is important and the opportunities to positively influence health-related issues. This understanding will provide an impetus to 'act' on the data to drive individual health behaviors or allow leaders to support their employees and company offered programs.
This dashboard provides the ability to take standardized data at a high level and view it through a local business unit lens. This allows enhanced connections to local priorities and can drive program development in needed areas, employee participation and improved employee health.
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