Measuring our success…

The BHCG reports performance scorecard results for first six months of 2013

The performance scorecard is intended to identify how the BHCG as a group and Humana are performing compared to baseline measures and benchmarks. The results below are for the first six months of 2013 compared to the first six months of 2012, unless noted differently. Some highlights include:

  • Health care cost increases for all BHCG employers in the first half of 2013 are, on average, trending lower than increases for the southeast Wisconsin market as a whole.
  • Generic utilization of retail prescription drugs rose from 79 to 81 percent for self-funded employers and from 80 to 83 percent for fully insured employers.
  • Generic utilization of mail order prescription drugs rose from 73 to 77 percent for self-funded employers and from 73 to 78 percent for fully insured employers.
  • Member registration with MyHumana.com increased from 58 percent to 59 percent for self-funded employers (compared with 50 percent for Humana’s book of business) and from 45 percent to 50 percent for fully insured employers (compared with 48 percent for Humana’s book of business).
  • For the first six months of 2013, 54 percent of self-funded employers offered a consumer directed health plan (CDHP) (compared with 30 percent for Humana’s book of business), while 21 percent of fully insured employers offered a CDHP (compared with 12 percent for Humana’s book of business).

Results from the performance scorecard for all of 2013 on these metrics and others will be reported in mid-2014.


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