The Multitude of Data Conundrum Measuring and Mitigating Wellness RISK
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When one has a multitude of data, what does one do? When one has a clinical patient in front of us, right
now at this moment, what do we do with all that clinical data in our heads? How does one sift through the data?
Clinicians, though, sometimes have two types of patients. One type has a clear pathological problem that is
either easy to diagnose, or is more difficult to diagnose, and the second patient is one who has no clinical
problems but, wishes to become more well, so is seeking that cutting-edge knowledge thinking the clinician will
Specialists tend to not like this second type of patient because they are not lucrative and the clinician
doesn't really know what to do with them anyway because no clear pathology is evident. Denying that these patients
exist doesn't solve the problem because they really do exist. The clinician wants nice clean pathology for
But, this second group is not at that pathological stage and does not want to reach that stage so, wants the
clinician to give them some secret knowledge or at least a more learned approach.
Unfortunately, clinicians don’t have secret knowledge. What they have is the skill set to diagnose pathology
when it is present and evident. If it is present, but not evident, then it may take the clinician some time to come
to a conclusion, and this ticks off the patient.
So, what do we clinicians do when we have this multitude of data? As clinicians we pare it down and we focus on
a specific section that we can discuss with the patient and gain an agreement on compliance. Most all medical care
is done that way. The intervention needs to have agreement and compliance from the patient.
In our field of multidimensional wellness we think it's wise and prudent to treat wellness care with a similar
paring down concept the way medical clinicians treat their patients. Our Five Pillar Wellness paradigm does just
that, taking little bits out of the mass of wellness science and presenting these bits to the client for
compliance. We measure, assess, identify, prioritize, and motivate within the Five Pillar wellness mandate. Our
goal is mitigating multidimensional wellness risk in a way that the client can achieve results themselves,
without professional level input.
What kind of wellness?
What kind of risk?
How do we measure this risk?
What do we do to mitigate it?
What is it that leads us?
What are the business benefits of measuring wellness risk?
We can answer all these important wellness questions. Ask us how you can learn your wellness profile and build a
business wellness profile too.
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