This session will dissect a new partnership-based business model rooted in scalable infrastructure, secure data sharing, personalized prevention care strategies, and outcomes-focused interventions. Explore how to prevent chronic disease through integrated partnerships that utilize technology to drive better-targeted, more effective behavior change.
Today, consumers are increasingly involved in the plan and care selection of their health care experience, though they expect their health care experience to be like other transactions in terms of simplicity, personalization, seamlessness, and transparency. How can health insurance providers increase consumer loyalty, keep consumers engaged and coming back—online and in person—and help them make better and more cost-effective choices and decisions to manage their health? This session will explore platforms that offer on-demand health care and frictionless transactions and showcase how patients can be treated more like consumers by meeting their needs for convenience and access.
Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Maria. The California Wildfires. This session will highlight first-hand experiences from recent natural disaster and extreme weather events which severely disrupted traditional business operations and care delivery. Speakers will share lessons learned and describe challenges they faced while implementing business continuity plans. They will also discuss opportunities to improve collaborative approaches to meet members evolving health needs and strengthen relationships that foster collaboration throughout all phases of disaster response and recovery.
Inaccurate provider directories can impede a consumer’s access to care. In this session, learn how and why two companies have partnered to create a solution that improves provider data accuracy. This can be achieved by combining provider data review processes with ongoing monitoring. During this session, you’ll gain best practices from industry experts on deploying a defendable, fully transparent process of ongoing compliance of provider data along with network adequacy compliance monitoring.
What does the future hold for the individual health insurance market? How can states foster innovation in coverage, improve market stability, and lower costs to better serve consumers? What are the challenges and opportunities of running a state health care exchange right now? Join us to learn the answers to these questions and more.
Type 2 diabetes is one of the most expensive chronic conditions in America and is steadily growing in prevalence. Typical organizations pay around $16,000 per year in medical and pharmaceutical costs per employee with diabetes. Join this session to learn how adding a new category of care for type 2 diabetes patients — diabetes reversal – can provide your organization with significant cost savings per enrolled patient over the first 24 months. The speaker will review the results of the largest and longest study ever published on type 2 diabetes reversal, and highlight the health improvements patients can have in A1c levels, medication reductions, weight loss and cardiovascular risk scores once their diabetes is reversed.