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Informed and Healthy Employees Make for Healthy Benefit Plans

Employers have found that it is not only the catastrophic conditions inherent in the high risk employee cohort, but also individuals who have reached the high risk group as a result of many different health issues (co-morbidities), lacking a personal physician, and inappropriately using the hospital or emergent care services for preventable problems. Plan members who are bouncing from one physician to another, because they may not understand what they need or where to obtain the requisite services, also present opportunities to improve clinical and financial metrics.

 

Tags: Population Health Management, Healthcare, Wellness, Health Status, Health, Behavior, Education, Support, Employers, Health Plan, Nurse Care, PHM, Healthcare System, Illness, Diagnose, Cancer, Chronic Condition, Diabetes, Dementia, Network, Treatment Plan, Provider, Medicines, Treatments, Physician, Health Plan Members, Clinical Metrics, Financial Metrics, Health Awareness, Data Analytics, Predictive Analytics Engine, Costs
iHealth & APH Partnership

Advanced Plan for Health (APH), a provider of data analytics technology to help organizations improve health benefits programs, today announced it is teaming with iHealth Labs, Inc., a provider of mobile healthcare monitoring solutions. 

Tags: Provider, Data Analytics, Technology, Health Benefits, iHealth, Healthcare
6 Costly Healthcare Myths

The healthcare system can be a confusing place for someone who is well, let alone someone who is sick and in need of help. Oftentimes, health plan members do not know their benefits and can seek care in the wrong place; like the ER when the problem is not urgent, or outside their network, which means they may incur an expensive and unexpected bill. This confusion can cause delays in treatment and less than desirable outcomes; as well as an increase of cost to everyone involved--from the patient to the health plan itself.

Tags: ER, Healthcare, Utilization, Health Plan, Hospitalists, Care Physician, PCP, Medications, Inpatient, Readmission, System, Members, Primary Care, Health Outcomes, Provider, Patient, Manage, Poindexter, Data, Claims
By Barbara Rutkowski - Vice President, Clinical Operations

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