We define, measure, and communicate outcomes and success throughout our programs, so you always know what’s working and why.

Outcomes

True behavior change. From the inside out.

Our foundational approach to behavioral science and behavior change allows us to truly understand people—and helps us drive that change from the inside out. That’s why our Digital Health Coaching solutions have been shown to produce such remarkable improvements in participants’ lifestyles. The following is just a sampling of the data.

Depression Symptoms
Care for Depression

  • 40% decrease in average reported CES-D scores from 4.62 to 2.78
  • 36% decrease in average reported number of annual physician visits
  • $2,214 projected productivity savings per participant per year
  • 98,663 participants to date
  • Outcomes based on and data derived from 5,962 participant responses to follow-up survey at 180 days

Stress
Relax

  • 65% of participants reported reduced stress
  • 65% of participants reported improvement in their ability to manage stress when it hits
  • $1,111 projected productivity savings per participant per year
  • 300,905 participants to date
  • Outcomes based on and data derived from 25,407 participant responses to follow-up survey at 180 days

Sleep
Dream

  • 32-minute reported increase in average nightly sleep time
  • 26% average reduction in reported fatigue level
  • 37% average decrease in difficulty falling asleep ratings
  • $2,646 projected productivity savings per participant per year
  • 70,646 participants to date
  • Outcomes based on and data derived from 5,302 participant responses to follow-up survey at 180 days

Weight
Balance

  • 59% of participants reported weight loss
  • 27% of participants with BMI of 30+ reported a loss of at least 5% of their body weight
  • 49% of participants reported reducing their BMI by at least 1 point
  • $950 projected productivity savings per participant per year
  • 775,818 participants to date
  • Outcomes based on and data derived from 57,737 participant responses to follow-up survey at 180 days

Source: Johnson & Johnson Health and Wellness Solutions Book of Business Insights Database, August 2012. Participant self-reported results at 6 months unless noted otherwise. Productivity savings data were calculated using the Work Productivity Activity Impairment (WPAI) questionnaire which employs a validated algorithm to generate an estimate of productivity impairment. The WPAI consists of questions about absence from work, hours actually worked, the reduction in productivity while performing regular activities. Productivity savings is calculated using an average annual salary and benefits package of $50,000. Data are cited from first-generation program implementation. Data collection from and evaluation of our current commercially available programs are underway.