Member Engagement

29 10, 2019

Mobile Health Devices Are Here—Now What?

2019-10-29T14:04:42+00:00

Health consumers have them, but are providers and health systems ready to use them? Innovations in healthcare appear every day. Until recently considered experimental, health-related mobile devices are being adopted by a growing number of consumers. Now, wherever it might improve the quality of the care offered, it’s time that healthcare systems, hospitals, [...]

Mobile Health Devices Are Here—Now What?2019-10-29T14:04:42+00:00
25 09, 2017

Keep your At-Risk Members Healthy while improving your HEDIS and STAR Ratings

2018-10-30T23:53:33+00:00

Keep your At-Risk Members Healthy while improving your HEDIS and STAR Ratings Diabetes is a chronic disease that can create downstream health issues if not carefully watched and addressed. In fact, according to the CDC, over 29 million, or 9.3% of the US population suffer from type 2 diabetes. [1] Diabetic patients need to [...]

Keep your At-Risk Members Healthy while improving your HEDIS and STAR Ratings2018-10-30T23:53:33+00:00
18 09, 2017

HCEG Annual Forum 2017

2018-10-30T23:51:05+00:00

Leverage Health Pioneers Healthcare Transformation through the HCEG Annual Forum Over the course of two day beginning on 9/18/2017, HCEG participants will engage in robust dialogue, learn from each other about opportunities, challenges and issues we are all facing in the future of healthcare, and even more importantly, to forge new relationships with healthcare executives [...]

HCEG Annual Forum 20172018-10-30T23:51:05+00:00
18 09, 2017

Part 2: Insomnia

2018-10-30T23:42:34+00:00

The Economic and Psychological Costs of Insomnia: Part 2: Insomnia – Is there a better solution for health plans?  Member engagement is among the largest challenges health payers and third-party administrators (TPA) face in today’s consumer driven healthcare system. Millions of dollars are spent every year marketing to members to get them more involved [...]

Part 2: Insomnia2018-10-30T23:42:34+00:00
11 09, 2017

Part 1: Insomnia

2018-10-30T23:39:50+00:00

The Economic and Psychological Costs of Insomnia: Part 1: Insomnia – How to address and then overcome it[/custom_headline][text_output]There is no secret that sleep is a necessity, and yet we continue to sacrifice rest just to squeeze a few extra hours out of the day. What could it hurt, right? It turns out that not [...]

Part 1: Insomnia2018-10-30T23:39:50+00:00