iHealth™ An integrated Wellness and Disease Management Program that helps employers foster health among their employees and their dependents. This program is designed to provide useful and reliable information for the purpose of pro-actively improving one's overall health status.
iHealth™ Tip for the Week
How can I quit abusing drugs or alcohol?
The first step in breaking addiction is to understand that you can take control of what you do. You can't control all the things that happen in your life or most of what other people do, but you do have control over how you react. So use that control. The following are the next steps to breaking your addiction:
* Commit to quitting. Once you decide to quit, make a plan to be sure that you really do it.
* Get help from your doctor. Your doctor can give you support and help you find a treatment program that meets your needs. Your doctor can also treat withdrawal symptoms and other problems that you may have as you recover from your addiction.
* Get support. Ask your family and friends for support. You can also contact one of the organizations listed under "Other Organizations. "These groups can give you the tools and support you need to break your addiction and move on with your life.
Outline of iHealth™ Services
Pre-Intervention reports for interested Employer Groups
iHealth™ Primary Care
First line prevention for healthy employees
iHealth™ Specialty Care
RN Coaching and Disease Management
iHealth™ Web Access
Web-based self-help center and health library
iHealth™ Risk Profile
Medical Risk Questionnaire for Employees
Analysis for Employee Health Trends
Consumer Rights and Responsibilities
inVentiv Medical Management (iMM) Disease Management Program
Consumers currently active in the program have the right to:
Consumers active in the iMM Disease Management program are responsible for:
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