Closing Gaps in Healthcare Means Getting Serious About Prevention
As health plans look to close gaps in care, they are often constrained by internal resources and administrative costs — and the challenge becomes doing more with less and scaling internal efforts.
Many of the most common care gaps are easily prevented with proper screening and intervention, including diabetes, chronic kidney disease and colorectal cancer. Getting ahead of these care gaps can not only help improve quality ratings but also reduce long-term medical costs by identifying critical conditions early when there are more options for treatment.
Check out our new white paper to learn how health plans are:
- Shifting from being reactive to proactive with their high-risk member programs, using real-time gap closure insights.
- Utilizing new options to engage their members and guide them towards better outcomes.
- Leveraging technologies that inform program design and engagement strategies that help move patients from awareness to action.