The advent of healthcare reform creates an unprecedented landscape for new prevention programs and
funding in addition to an increasing need for rigorous evaluation of prevention efforts. Truven Health
can help you evaluate prevention and wellness programs to promote health and productivity in the
Our applied research on the clinical, economic, and psychological effectiveness of interventions aimed at
improving health includes:
The IHPS is a collaborative established between the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and Truven Health Analytics, to bridge the gap between academia, the business community, and the healthcare policy world. IHPS staff conducts empirical research on the relationship between employee health and well-being and work-related productivity.
Studies performed by the IHPS help inform decision makers in both the private and public health sectors on issued related to the health and productivity cost burden of certain health risk factors and common disease conditions. In addition, IHPS researchers examine the impact that innovative health, safety, and productivity management programs have on outcomes.