iHealth™
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

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. It has been estimated that 178,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women in the United States in 2007 resulting in approximately 40,460 deaths. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining over the last decade due to earlier detection, increased awareness and improvements in treatment.

Screening mammograms are used to detect breast cancer before symptoms occur. Breast cancers that are found because they can be felt are more likely to have already spread outside the breast than those cancers detected by mammography. Screening mammograms are recommended in women starting at age 40 unless significant risk factors exist requiring earlier screening. Regular self breast exams, clinical breast exams (performed by physician) and screening mammograms can continue to help reduce the incidences of death from breast cancer.

Outline of iHealth™ Services

Pre-iHealth™
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

iHealth™ Reports
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:

  1. Know about the philosophy and services of the disease management program;
  2. Have personally identifiable health information shared by the program only in accordance with state and federal law;
  3. Identify the staff member and their job title;
  4. Speak with a supervisor of the staff member if requested;
  5. Receive accurate information from the disease management program;
  6. Receive administrative information regarding changes in or termination of the disease management program; and
  7. Decline involvement, revoke consent or dis-enroll at any point in time.



Consumers active in the iMM Disease Management program are responsible for:

  1. Submitting any forms that are necessary to participate in the program, to the extent required by law;
  2. Giving accurate clinical and contact information;
  3. Notify the disease management program of changes in this information; and
  4. Notifying your treating provider of your involvement in the disease management program (if applicable).
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