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- I Am! Nurse Advocacy
I Am! Clinical Advocacy
The Advanced Plan for Health I Am! clinical advocacy solution transforms actionable insight into targeted action. We provide advanced and proven longitudinal analytics through our Poindexter platform and combine them with our proven I Am! nurse advocates, resulting in improved impact on the health and well-being of those who need it most.
- APH Counterpoints to Recent Workplace Wellness Study Findings
As our leadership team read the recent uChicago News article titled “Workplace wellness programs fail to improve health, study finds,” we felt compelled to share our counterpoints based on decades of experience supporting wellness and well-being programs that do drive quantifiable and significant results.
There are so many definitions of "workplace wellness" that we hope people won't over-generalize after seeing this article and study. Our clients are experiencing strong, measurable health and wellness program results due to analytics-driven proactive outreach and support.
- Telecommunication (Telemedicine) And Healthcare Management
Technology has significantly advanced within the healthcare industry over the past decade. From the Affordable Care Act to wearable device technology, healthcare is transitioning to a more comprehensive, accessible, interoperable and personalized way of managing population health. Employers, health insurance brokers and health plan providers who do not adapt to the rapidly shifting health management landscape will struggle to keep up with the clinical and financial outcomes of those who embrace the new opportunities provided by modern day technology.
- How The New Broker Can Take The Lead With Predictive Modeling
Data analytics is the current and most effective means to achieving population health management, but let’s face it: To many employers, population health management is merely a health-benefits catchphrase, an empty expression that represents a goal but lacks the means to achieve it. However, in the right hands, data analysis is much more than that. Data analysis gives brokers the edge to fulfill population health management goals by providing common-sense human interactions to take action on the steps identified for plan performance.
- Elements of Top-Notch Data Analytics Risk Engine
In today’s healthcare world, benefits brokers are primed to gain a competitive edge through harnessing the power of big data analytics. With the right analytics engine, brokers can streamline risk analysis to provide their clients with key insights – at micro and macro levels – that shed light on crucial aspects of their member population and generate actionable results (1 Year $1 Million Saved: CEBG). The next major step in healthcare technology is here and ready to assist in the effort to improve population health.
- Poindexter Predictive Modeling Engine
Poindexter, our data analytics risk engine custom-built for population health management. This tool provides dynamic, reliable insight into your population. With Poindexter you have access to essential insights in just a few simple clicks, whether you are at the strategic, provider or clinical user level. With Poindexter, you have the guidance to work smarter and stay focused without losing the “big picture” perspective. Macro trends can be detailed and compared over time with the ability to drill to specific drivers in minutes—all at your fingertips; no need to wait for answers you need today to stay on track.
Poindexter enables revolutionary predictive modeling by looking at the whole individual, as well as group trends, by examining hard data in a practical format and factoring in the impact of rapid changes in healthcare. The result is the ability to predict conditions, trends, gaps in care, admissions and re-admissions- six to 12 months in advance. This analysis of individuals within a population ultimately identifies opportunities and risks; key information in the creation of APH's customized action plans.
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