The PWA Dashboard provides de-identified, aggregate data from every User in the Personal Wellness Assessment (PWA). Below is an explanation of the information presented in the PWA Dashboard. All data presented will offer insight into which areas of health and well-being employees are already invested in and where they may need the most assistance. This Dashboard can serve as a way to make data driven decisions on wellness programming.
The Participant Summary chart will display the total number of Users in the program broken down by those Users who have completed (green), partially completed (yellow), and did not start the PWA (red).
The Participant List chart will display completion on a User level (Completed, Partially Completed, or Not Started). ‘Partially Completed’ will also have a number indicating the number of questions answered. The Participant List can be used to determine eligibility for a prize. This information can also be downloaded by requesting the PWA report.
The Summary Chart will display the dimensions of wellness covered in the PWA. The bar graph displays two pieces of information: (1) the mean and (2) the standard deviation for each category of wellness. The average score is displayed by the bar graph. The lower the mean within a given category, the lower the wellness is within the population. The higher the mean within a given category, the better the wellness is within the population. The standard deviation, presented by the diamond, will display the variability of responses. The lower the standard deviation, the more responses were similar. The higher the standard deviation, the more the responses varied.
Within each category there are a few important pieces of data that summarize the questions from that section. The Summary Data can be found on the right-hand side of each category.
The Average Response Rate provides the average number of User responses for the category.
The Mean provides the overall average score within the category.
The Standard Deviation provides the variability of responses. The higher the Standard Deviation, the more the responses varied.
The Category Rank will display a score compared to other categories. 1/8 being the highest-ranking category, and 8/8 being the lowest ranking category.
Within each category of wellness there are five or six questions. Each question has five possible answers. The response that reflects the lowest level of well-being is given a score of five or six. The response that reflects the highest level of well-being is given a score of one. The scoring system provides context for the means and standard deviations displayed within the category summaries. Within each question, there is a mean score, a standard deviation, a question rank, and the number of responses. To expand each question, select the > to view the responses.