The Health Audit

HealthLink Wellness is committed to reduce health risks through regular health monitoring and feedback and to develop partnerships that engage the retiree within the fabric of the community. The ultimate goal is to build a culture of prevention where home, community and medical office work together as a team. A health risk statistical model was developed in partnership with Alliance for Retired Americans and originally funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Healthy Aging Program, Grant No. H75DP002301-01

HealthLink Wellness

Integral to the HealthLink approach is regular medical screening and feedback. The specific measures screened are: fasting blood glucose, blood pressure, high-density lipoproteins (HDL), total cholesterol (TC), smoking habits and body mass index (BMI). At each screening feedback is provided to retirees about their results and the recommended screening values they should try to achieve.

Patient Centered

HealthLink is currently enrolling primary physicians to participate in our wellness approach in what is called the "Patient Centered Medical Home" as endorsed by the American Academy of Family Physicians. The HealthLink team and the Doctor's office work together as a team in helping our members achieve their wellness goals. Physicians can learn more about HealthLink's evidence based assessment tools by logging onto our Physician Center. Contact us for complimentary access.


The Financial Audit

Auditmetrics has been a longtime developer of the financial statistical audit for a wide range of organizations. It is the uniting of the field of Statistics and Accounting. We analyze both healthcare and other public and private entities in terms of determining  financial performance.  Auditmetrics has established the statistical audit procedures for sales and use tax for the Massachusetts Dept. Revenue - Audit Division

Auditmetrics' statistical audit methodology conforms to accepted accounting standards as published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

 According to its Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 39, the essential features of statistical sampling are:

Just because one of these requirements is met does not mean that the application is statistical.

 Massachusetts Department of Revenue’s Audit Bureau's Statistical procedures specifically conform to SAS No. 39. Also Mass. state law mandates conformity with IRS statistical guidelines

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Email: info@auditmetrics.com

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Statistical Audit Automation Book

Over the past decade many state revenue departments have retired the traditional block sample in conducting an audit in favor of the properly drawn random sample in the context of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs). This is part of a trend of using statistical methods and spread sheets to enhance the effectiveness of all types of audits including forensic auditing. A new text automates the Statistical Audit.


CAATs Software Included


Part I

A discussion of the theoretical underpinning of the statistical audit. Topics covered include statistical precision (margin of error), variable versus attribute sampling, stratification, detail stratum, sampling efficiency, Neyman allocation, and sample projection methods. It outlines the process in a step by step fashion. Included is the use of an online case study that expedites the learning process.

Part II

describes the use of Auditmetrics® CAATs software that one can point and click from the design to the analysis of the statistical audit. The software automatically generates an Excel spreadsheet of the random samples and also other spreadsheets to document audit results. Included are discussions of data inputs derived from Excel, MS Access and QuickBooks® standard reports.

The included software is the small business version with no license fees. It has the same functionality as Professional v6.2. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS FILE SIZE LIMITATIONS. System specification is MS Windows operating system with MS Office Access and Excel along with discussions of other data sources.

If the book is selected for a business academic program, the instructor will be provided with slides that have been used by Auditmetrics for auditor in-service training. The instructor must have an e-mail address with the appropriate academic designation.