Posts Tagged ‘strategies to slow healthcare spending’

Infographic: Reducing Healthcare Costs in 2019

January 4th, 2019 by Melanie Matthews

There are many factors driving up healthcare costs and many solutions to improve the situation, according to a new infographic by AcheronAnalytics.

The infographic examines four key areas where there are opportunities to reduce healthcare costs.

Telephonic and Community-Based Care Coordination Model: An Early Engagement Approach for Medicaid Managed CareWhen the Wisconsin Medicaid managed care program was expanded to include members who had traditionally opted out of the program, the HMOs that were going to serve these members had to optimize their member engagement strategies. Independent Care Plan (iCare), one of the HMOs selected as a Medicaid plan, identified early member engagement after enrollment as a key to success for the program.

Telephonic and Community-Based Care Coordination Model: An Early Engagement Approach for Medicaid Managed Care outlines how iCare has structured its care coordination team, including both telephonic and boots on the ground staff to find, engage and assess Medicaid members.

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Infographic: Strategies to Slow Health Spending Growth

February 15th, 2013 by Melanie Matthews

Provider payment reforms, high-value healthcare and marketplace improvements could slow healthcare spending growth by $2 trillion over 10 years, according to a new infographic by the Commonwealth Fund.

Strategies to Slow Healthcare Spending

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