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7 Considerations Self-Funded Groups Should Address Post COVID19

With every crisis there comes opportunity, and the current pandemic our world is enduring is no different. The Corona crisis has provided every steward of health with a growing list of opportune lessons from which to learn. In particular, self-funded groups have…

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  1. Rising Costs Call for New Insightful Tools for Population Health Management

    What does population health management insight look like? Is it myriad data sets whose yielded risk score accuracy and value exists independent of human expertise? Or does true insight require a mix of both human acumen and the latest technology available to…

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  2. How The Modern Broker Can Secure The Edge

    For the modern broker, advanced data tools and predictive analytics may prove to be the difference-maker when it comes to closing the deal. But how do brokers differentiate themselves in a highly crowded market when seemingly every competitor has some sort of analytics…

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  3. Nurse Care Navigators’ Value to the Self-Insured Health Plan

    Advanced Plan for Health (APH) recently published a blog briefly illustrating the value of nurse care navigators. Nurse care navigators provide self-funded employers with informed health plan management action items devised to improve health plan functionality. Most importantly, however, care management provides employees the…

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  4. 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…

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  5. Transparency and Health Costs: Why it Matters

    To keep health plan costs in check, it is imperative that benefits managers at self-funded companies have access to updated, accurate information about the specific costs of medical procedures, equipment and treatment, among other data points.  In fact, medical costs have increased…

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  6. Not All Data is Equal

    For self-insured employers, one purpose of predictive analytics software is to tell a narrative – to expound on the history of an employee population’s health. Lab data, claims and biometrics data (to name just a few data-sets) are analyzed and structured in…

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  7. What Benefits Managers Can Do Today to Immediately Reduce Healthcare Costs

    Identifying health plan risks is a multi-faceted, complex and daunting undertaking for self-insured companies who wish to proactively mitigate rising healthcare costs. However, even those employers who haven’t invested in claims data analysis can make quick, significant gains by addressing population health…

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  8. Analytics, Group Benefits Design and The Battle Against Addiction

    It’s no secret, every great war general knows that knowledge is power. In the fight against diseases that ravage a health plan, data is knowledge. The days when data analytics was viewed as an emerging trend, and its benefits known to only…

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  9. Having Surgery Is Like Running a Marathon

    Most people would not participate in a 5K run without training. Yet folks go for elective surgery every day without building their nutritional status and improving their physical conditioning.  Studies over many years have shown the value of sound nutritional status on…

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Advanced Quality & Precision

North Kansas City Hospital is an integrated healthcare system, with 451 licensed hospital-beds and 100 physicians in 24 Meritas Health medical practice locations. While maintaining stable benefits, the integrated health system's collaborative health plan strategy has contributed to a cumulative savings of over $54 million in the past 8 years. Read More

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