There are several types of reports that can be generated via the administration dashboard:
1. Usage Report – a single report that combines the usage of all aspects of the suite of programs. Based on the number of people completing a Health Risk Intervention (HRI), the number of people eligible for each LifeStyle Management (LM) program will be listed. Among those eligible for each LM program, the numbers who utilize the program, and the number of sessions completed will be reported. This report allows administrators to see eligibility and usage across all programs in a single report.
2. HRI Reports – consists of a series of reports that display health and health behavior related information collected within the HRI. An additional HRI progress report can also be generated that displays information among individuals who have completed at least two HRIs within the date range specified.
a. HRI Snapshot Report – presents information based on responses to the HRI, the report includes information such as demographics, chronic conditions, behavior risks, stage of change, and health screenings from a single date range or up to four different date ranges. Each date range contains an independent snapshot of the population; participants may or may not be included in the different date ranges. By viewing multiple date ranges within one report administrators can see how their organization changes at a population level.
b. HRI Progress Report – presents information on progress among individuals who have completed at least two HRIs within the date range specified. Participants must be in both date ranges specified to be included. This report allows administrators to look for change at the individual level.
3. Behavior Progress Reports – each LifeStyle Management program has a separate progress report that shows the usage of each behavior program as well as progress on that behavior among those participants that have done at least two behavior interventions. Progress is measured within those people who were at risk at the first intervention by stage progression and movement to the action criteria. Stability among those already at criteria is also presented