At Populytics, our mission is to increase the quality and value of the patient experience through advanced health care analytics insights and comprehensive population health management by transforming claims and clinical data into actionable strategies and solutions. In alignment with this mission, we hope to provide you with additional insights, education and information to guide you on your journey toward better health.
Posted: February 13, 2019The winter doldrums are upon us and the post-holiday credit card statements have arrived! For many, this time of year is especially challenging due to increased debt and financial worry brought on by holiday spending. According to surveys, Americans typically spend between $700 and $885 on gifts between November and January. This debt adds to the [...] Read Post
Posted: February 7, 2019Many employers are understanding the importance of health and wellness initiatives to boost employee productivity and morale. However, they need data to identify where they should focus their attention to have the greatest impact. Data-driven programs can yield higher returns to employers. Sufficient and reliable data can help employers better plan and implement their wellness [...] Read Post
Posted: December 17, 20183 Tips for Surviving Winter: The days of basking in warm sunshine are gone and have been replaced by snow showers and wind chills. If you must be outdoors this winter, use these tips to keep warm sunshine returns: Read Post
Posted: December 17, 2018
There are currently no posts to display.Populytics celebrates its fifth anniversary this month. To recognize this milestone, we wanted to share some of Populytics’ top accomplishments for 2018. We’re gearing up for continued progress in 2019 amidst the demands of an ever-changing health care industry and marketplace. Healthier people: Our analytics work with Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) has helped physicians [...] Read Post
Posted: November 28, 2018There’s good reason the American Heart Association, The American College of Sports Medicine, and other organizations recommend a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week. Research shows that exercise lowers blood pressure, lowers cholesterol, and strengthens the heart. It can also lower the risk of developing diabetes and some types of cancer, [...] Read Post