To Close Quality Care Gaps Health Plans Get Serious About Delivering a Better Member Experience

ATLANTAJan. 22, 2019 – BioIQ, a healthcare technology company driving the shift to value-based care, today released a white paper to support health plan executives with member engagement and navigation strategies focused on preventive health as a means to quickly and effectively close care gaps, reduce costs and improve quality and member outcomes.

Health plans have millions of dollars at risk over gaps in care, yet few levers to pull to influence clinical outcomes. Those care gaps directly impact member health, quality reporting incentives and long-term costs for health plans. Targeted efforts to close preventive care gaps, specifically, represents a high-volume, low-risk way health plans can drastically improve member health and satisfaction, boost engagement, raise quality scores and ultimately save lives.

The white paper Closing Gaps in Healthcare Means Getting Serious About Prevention examines what is at stake for health plans and members when it comes to clinical care gaps, the challenges health plans must overcome to effectively address gaps in preventive care, and the key elements of a successful gap closure program.

“As health plans and providers endeavor to deliver on triple aim objectives to improve member health and satisfaction while reducing overall costs, preventive service strategies that encompass convenient, data-driven engagement and navigation beyond traditional care settings can have a profound impact,” says Justin Bellante, CEO, BioIQ.

The report can be downloaded for free here.

About BioIQ
BioIQ is a healthcare engagement and quality care gap closure company that is redefining the way payers, employers and consumers navigate and connect with the U.S. healthcare system. BioIQ leverages consumer analytics, real-time program intelligence, omni-channel engagement strategies and an extensive ecosystem of healthcare partners to provide a comprehensive view of individuals throughout their health journey and engage them to make better decisions that lead to healthier outcomes.