A funny thing happened on the way to developing an actuarial model for wellness. As we began to realize how vast the data, resources and model itself would have to be to capture the stages of health in a computational model, our conceptual model unfolded before us. Sibson's conceptual model for wellness allows for a better understanding of the major factors that contribute to one's health along their working lifetime.
While the actuarial outcomes are still what we expect over a lifetime, an intricate web of interdependencies exists between all of the factors, interventions and disease states. Taking certain steps in addressing any of those factors by changing the employee's behavior in a positive way creates a chain reaction along the individual's progression that improves their health and delays or reduces the negative long-term (actuarial) outcome.
In this webinar, Sibson experts: