Carebridge Enhanced Reporting Capabilities

Carebridge utilization reports provide enhanced data in an easy to understand format. Confusion is avoided by providing both case utilization and contact utilization in each section of the report. The breakdown of EAP, Life Management, and Online services provides heightened ability to pinpoint problems and issues most relevant to your workforce. This information is critical in reacting to and anticipating the need for effective remedies and initiatives to enhance and maximize workforce productivity.

To allow for quick and easy focus on the areas each of your HR team is most concerned with, our reports are conveniently broken down into three sections: Employee Designated Services, Management Designated Services and Online Services. These breakdowns allow managers to get the information they need without having to hunt through extensive pages of data that may or may not apply to their primary concerns.

Trend analysis is a key component in spotting and intercepting workforce problems as early as possible. Our reports can provide you with the data necessary to make these determinations. Trend reporting data includes historical, industry, and book of business comparisons as well as narrative discussions of any trends signifying possible problems or demonstrating positive effects of corporate initiatives.

In Buyer information initiatives, it is important for the EAP to be capable of partnering effectively to maximize the potential for success. Our programmers and software development team can customize our systems to collect specialized data and report on this data, thereby providing improved analysis of the initiative’s progress toward the goal.

Carebridge can also provide a unique report of Damage Control Outcomes for the Buyer. This information will serve as a valuable resource in defense of EAP programming. It includes info gathered directly from Counselors and Case Managers such as services leading to:

  1. Avoidance of an immediate absence
  2. Aversion of a pattern of absence
  3. Resolution of a problem causing tardiness
  4. Aversion of a developing disability
  5. Reduction of workday interruptions
  6. Resolution of an intensely pressing need for care
  7. Acquisition of more reliable care services
  8. The easing of financial pressures
  9. Avoidance of an immediate absence
  10. Prevention of needless turnover
  11. Reduced stress in the home situation
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