The following blog post is courtesy of Jane Sarasohn-Kahn of healthpopuli.com, one of the featured speakers at the Liberation 2019 event.
Digital health technologies may one day potentially solve some of healthcare’s biggest problems. But big problems require big solutions in order to demonstrate significant Impact on Quality (IoQ).
Healthcare organizations’ success under risk sharing and value-based care relies on a well-oiled UM program.
Managing mental health is critical for achieving desired physical health outcomes. That’s why some companies are partnering with health organizations to make mental health a priority.
Medecision’s new Aerial Experience helps care teams engage consumers, improve patient health and drive collaboration.
Research shows that social determinants of health (SDoH)—such as housing, transportation, access to healthy food and more—are linked to patient outcomes. Managed care organizations are partnering with community and social support providers to address SDoH to deliver better health outcomes.
Data can help health plans identify medically at-risk members and intervene with the appropriate prevention and wellness programs to keep them as healthy as possible and avoid a costly trip to the doctor or emergency room.
Technology can help scale social determinants of health. But to be effective, we must first understand the people with whom we wish to engage.
Improving Rural Healthcare Access: My mother-in-law, a 20-mile drive and the reality of healthcare access in rural America
In rural areas, doctors are like a revolving door, rarely staying in one place for long. There are disparities in healthcare access in rural America, but technology may be a solution to increasing healthcare access.
Until recently, Utilization Management was all about how health plans determine preauthorization. But that definition is fast becoming outdated.