Digital therapeutics have become a critical part of healthcare today, as individuals continue to demand more accessible, convenient, and affordable care options.
Health plan members are no longer satisfied with postcard ads, mailed welcome kits, and printed correspondence.
With the recent public health crisis (PHE) expiration, millions of Medicaid beneficiaries have been impacted in some way as they navigate the redetermination process after roughly three years since they had regular communication with Medicaid agencies.
Research shows that 77% of employees across all age groups are interested in accessing their benefits information through a mobile app.
We are facing an epidemic of chronic pain, with the National Institutes of Health recently reporting that new cases of chronic pain now outnumber depression and diabetes.
Specialty drug costs are quietly becoming a high percentage of benefit spend. And with the current trend it could soon rival medical in your benefit cost allocation.
Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH) has offered accessible, affordable care to insured, underinsured, and uninsured patients for 50+ years.
Currently, employers are showing great interest in family-forming benefits. This new trend is occurring because of multiple social trends including those addressing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI), Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), the pandemic, and generational changes.
Obesity is on the rise and with that comes weight bias or increased negative attitudes, stereotypes, and discrimination around weight.
When your clients health plan members need out-of-network care, the unanticipated cost shock for employers and plan members can be eased with the right out-of-network solution.
According to a national survey in 2021, substance use among Americans has increased 30% overall since the start of the pandemic landing the impact and cost squarely on employers.
20% of Medicare members/patients struggle with self-managing their heath due to complex diagnoses such as dementia, stroke, Parkinson’s, or ESRD.
Plans have been preparing for the integration and expansion of technology and digital health tools as a component of their member experience strategy for years.
From maternal care deserts to OB-GYN shortages to unmet SDoH needs, more and more pregnant women are finding it difficult to get the care they need.
The Annual Enrollment Period presents an ongoing challenge for Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs).
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