DALLAS – Oct. 4, 2017 – Viverae®, a leader in workplace wellness technology, is proud to announce the launch of the Viverae Clinical Access View™. To better manage employee health, this innovative portal provides seamless integration between an employer’s clinical resources and Viverae wellness coaches. Clinical Access View allows for a deeper level of engagement with an employer’s highest-cost population—those who need the most support.
Designed to close gaps in care, Clinical Access View picks up where the diagnosis leaves off. Licensed and certified clinicians can access baseline metrics, such as quick stats, biometric data, health score and age, and coaching interaction notes. This dynamic record within an employee’s wellness program helps create an enhanced member experience and improved health outcomes. Furthermore, the platform empowers licensed clinicians to monitor and manage high-risk employees in real time, so employers can better forecast and control healthcare costs.
“Employers who use on-site clinics, virtual coaching, and other provider solutions can now integrate directly with Viverae’s technology-driven wellness programs to monitor and manage their employee population,” said Mike Lamb, Viverae president and chief executive officer. “Our goal is to transform the delivery of wellness—so whether a member is engaged by one of our experts or an employee’s licensed clinician, they receive the timely, personalized support they need.”
With 14 years of expertise designing successful workplace wellness programs, Viverae serves more than 600 clients throughout the United States. Its wellness platform can be accessed globally where internet access is available.
Viverae is a workplace wellness technology company based in Dallas, Texas. Rooted in care and focused on reducing health risks, our innovative application empowers employers to create cultures of health and well-being. We bring clarity. We inspire. We support. Learn more: www.viverae.com.
Viverae’s workplace wellness programs are compliant with Affordable Care Act requirements and applicable law, and National Committee for Quality Assurance and national health advocacy group standards.BACK TO ALL NEWS