The advantage and challenge the HMRC meets head-on today focuses on which research questions to pursue and when to do so. The decision support and deliverables are critical to furnish to the corporate consortium members when needed. However, the new level of research that the large database affords the scientists of the HMRC has helped deliver a steadily increasing number of peer-reviewed articles in publications pertinent to the field of health management.
Our research addresses which change in clusters of risks bring about changes in costs. Which programs are most effective in bringing about cost reduction? How long will they take to produce results? The Center looks forward to future discoveries on what makes a “healthy person,” and how work and family environments interact to improve health management and quality of life for everyone.