We can all agree that controlling medical costs and improving quality of care is a common goal among healthcare organizations. But, without the proper tools in place, few are set up to actually achieve this objective.
Last week, the Senate unvailed its health reform legislation. While there are likely to be some updates before lawmakers vote, many proposed changes will remain and significantly impact the healthcare system and consumers. Here's a comparison of the major provisions under the Senate and House bills and the ACA.
Taking medication on time and as directed may seem like a simple task. But, non-adherence is more common than you may expect. In fact, it’s becoming a growing epidemic, with people often not realizing the implications.
As the market continues to move toward value-based care delivery, providers will look to SDM to significantly improve health outcomes and lower costs while transforming the way they communicate and collaborate with patients.
Organizations that embrace digital health engagement methods for population management can gain more insight into who each person is, make predictions about their future health outcomes, learn what type of interventions they would respond best to, and provide them with the right content and services they need to achieve health goals.