Healthcare organizations need consumers actively involved in their own care in order to dramatically improve outcomes. As such, healthcare organizations, including health plans, need to forge partnerships with consumers.
The concierge care model looks to provide personalized service to health plan members.
A combination of technological advancements and increasing clinical evidence has created a clearer understanding of how much the environment in which people are born, grow, live, work and age impacts their health.
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When patients don’t follow doctors’ orders, the consequences are dire. Health plans can help by understanding the specific challenges that members are facing – and then intervening to enable them to overcome medication adherence barriers.
What does Utilization Management have to do with Population Health? The answer: everything.
Population health initiatives typically assume that members can participate in their own care on a basic level, yet those assumptions may not hold true for Medicare and Medicaid members. Their lives typically differ from the lives of those with commercial insurance, which makes cost-effective care management uniquely challenging—and even more important.
The open window to apply for CMS’ Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI)-Advanced closed on June 24, 2019, but there’s still plenty of opportunity for health systems to move forward with value-based care and care management initiatives — and the care redesign they represent.
Health plan leaders are recognizing that they need new ways to address a member’s health sooner to prevent them from escalating into poor outcomes that drive great financial risk for the plan.