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- Targeting Doctor Shopping, Prescription Abuse With Analytics: Population Health Lessons from the Front Lines
In recent years insurers and brokers have had to adapt to rising healthcare costs without much say in the matter. This is in part because brokers and employee benefit managers often have too much on their plates to sleuth out and address the costliest “blind spots” in health coverage. This has left many struggling to find a way to remain competitive in an increasingly technology-driven industry.
- Questions for the Self-Insured Employers to Consider When Selecting a Benefits Broker
For self-insured employers, selecting a broker is without a doubt one of the most important parts of designing a health benefits plan. It’s important to select a broker who understands the nuances of plan design and who can quickly adapt to the rapidly shifting health coverage and policy landscape. Employers need an ombudsman, a consultant with the know-how, resources and technological tools, including predictive analytics, to expertly navigate and take advantage of the current healthcare system.
- The Benefits to Brokers, Self-Funded Employers of Leveraging Healthcare Quality Transparency
When the success and shortcomings of these healthcare providers and facilities is made public, it helps to foster an arena for constant competitive improvement in the marketplace. Providers and facilities are made more accountable and healthcare consumers get the proverbial “bigger bang for their buck."
- 20 Daily Minutes of Stress-Free Recreation in the Workforce and What It Could Mean to Employers
In the above quote, TV powerhouse Oprah Winfrey, is discussing the positive effects of one type of wellness activity that has shown promise in the workplace: meditation and how it can promote a healthier, and compliant employee population.
- Wellness: Better Data, Better Buy-in, Better Savings
Population health has many definitions which are often pigeonholed to fit a specific market or agenda. Its end goal, however, is unequivocal: to manage the health of a given patient population to improve outcomes and keep costs in check. And without recent advancements in health technology, data aggregation and data analysis, case managers, data scientists and benefits managers alike would not have the tools and actionable intelligence necessary to make lasting improvements to the populations they manage. Wellness programs would not improve a health plan or reduce costs as effectively if case managers were missing crucial data sets of the population.
- The Key to Retaining Self-funded Clients
- Health Plans
Every health plan and TPA should aim to provide data and actionable insights on how healthcare is currently utilized in order to help clients best manage costs, quality and delivery of care.
APH partners with health plans and third-party administrators in a variety of ways. We attentively support your efforts to manage population health, medical costs, assess/mitigate risk, improve/measure care quality and delivery, and identify future cost drivers/trends through member and provider specific data analysis.
- Brokers/Benefit Consultants
The role of the broker and health benefits consultant has changed. Employers are demanding more strategic guidance and rigorous and predictive data analysis to help them manage their health plan and costs.
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