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

Treating Insect Bites
From FamilyDoc.org

Insect bites and stings are, for the most part, no more unpleasant than a homework assignment - kind of annoying but basically harmless. Occasionally, though, an insect bite or sting can cause serious problems. You should know when a simple ice pack can bring some relief or when a visit to the local hospital is in order.
Know Your Enemy

Before you find out how to handle your unwelcome guests, come meet the critters who want a little piece of you.
The Biters

Mosquitoes hang out anywhere people, food, or pools of still water are found. Generally they aren't anything to worry about: They bite, you itch, end of story.

However, there is some concern about West Nile virus, which is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes. The good news is that healthy kids, teens, and adults under 50 are at low risk of catching West Nile virus. And although the virus can put people at risk for developing a serious infection called encephalitis, in reality this hardly ever happens. Less than 1% of the people who are infected with West Nile virus become seriously ill.
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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