UA Quarterly Report to March 31, 2010 (Q3)

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WIN for Alaska, Inc.’s Executive Summary
UA Quarterly Report to March 31, 2010 (Q3)
Attached is a detailed report for University of Alaska’s WIN for Alaska, Inc. Wellness Program.
1. Pages 2-16 show the grid view numbers from the entire contract year.
2. Pages 17-58 illustrate details specific to the services provided January through March of 2010
or Q3.
3. Pages 2-6 show service frequency, which provided 4,679 specific services or touch point
opportunities in Q3. The total to date for the contract year is 8,060.
4. Page 9 shows the participation for Q3 was: January - 11,813; February - 24,131; and March
- 26,555 or 62,499 participation touch points. The total to date for the contract year is
113,308.
5. Page 16 shows that the total hours of service that the WIN for Alaska, Inc. team provided in
Q3 was 3,293 hours. The total for the contract year to date is 8,516.
6. Page 16-23 shows that the Wellness Break participation at the 18 wellness breaks held in Q3
was 966, of this, 304 biometrics were provided. Additionally, it shows the following biometric
information:
 28% had high total cholesterol
 13% had high blood pressure
 28% had high Low Density Lipoprotein or LDL
 42% were overweight
7. Pages 26-27 show that the Mass Screenings events participation, like the Know your
Numbers events, for Q3 was 645. Additionally, it shows the following biometric information:
 36% had high total cholesterol
 16% had high blood pressure
 12% had high Low Density Lipoprotein or LDL
 34% were over weight
8. Page 9 shows that the IHP Screening participation for Q3 was 533. Results of these
screenings will be available on the annual report. Total sessions provided in Q3 were 1876
and 1620 were completed, which shows a 14% attrition rate for Q3.
Possible health impacts
 High total cholesterol –can impact the heart with a variety of possible heart diseases
 High blood pressure – can impact the heart with a possible stroke, heart attack or heart
disease
 Being overweight – can impact the heart with a possible stroke or heart disease
General conclusion, UA’s wellness program is affecting the right people – those with risk factors.
Please contact WIN for Alaska, Inc. directly if you have any questions about the report.
Wellness Initiatives Network for Alaska, Inc.
PO Box 91393 ● Anchorage, Alaska ● 99509
Email: [email protected] ● Website: www.winforalaska.com
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