Join five senior leaders on this roundtable discussion as we dedicate 90 minutes to answering one of the most valuable questions in business today…
COVID-19 has proven that health care needs to able to deliver care virtually. However, as health systems continue to be strained by revenue as well as capacity and staffing shortages, care management services (especially chronic care management or CCM) remains a challenge. This presents an opportunity for many health plans to fill the gaps in care, ensuring patients with acute and chronic conditions aren’t neglected, preventing complications and hospitalizations. Research has demonstrated the positive clinical outcomes derived from implementing chronic care management programs using remote patient monitoring (RPM).
Still, questions remain on best practices for supporting broad RPM deployments. From operational readiness and implementation to establishing the role of payers and providers in delivering CCM programs. Deciding on the best in-home connected devices, wearables and smartphone apps to integrate to deliver the most engaging experiences, most valuable clinical insights and to easily scale RPM programs requires deep market expertise. As part of RPM programs these devices are offering critical population-level data to health plans on risk, treatment adherence, lifestyle behaviors and more. They can also provide deep insight on how to improve wellness programs and other care management services.
Join Validic and a select group of industry thought leaders as we discuss connected devices, remote patient monitoring and a population health approach to condition management.