More than 1 in 3 American adults is prediabetic, and 90% don't know it. In other words, nearly one-third of your employees are unknowingly on the path to developing diabetes, a chronic condition that costs $327 billion a year. In this session, learn how savvy employers are using analytic insights to:
Health plans have invested millions in pursuit of forging a productive member relationship - to generate both greater satisfaction and cost management. But in practice, health plans' member engagement strategies are oriented around what plans want from members - not what members want from plans. As a result, plans often fail to deliver on core member service priorities: easily getting care that is provider-directed, affordable, and convenient. Absent plan support, new players are filling these needs-and changing member service expectations. This presentation discusses:
Prescription drug abuse and mental health are two topics that are frequently stigmatized and often viewed as individual issues. This perception can lead young people to feel isolated as they navigate the social pressures and challenges related to them. In this session, we explore how employer, health system, and health plan executives should look at:
Leading health systems and employers have been investing in virtual care for years, but adoption rates for these early telemedicine technologies are still below 1% in the United States. Single point solutions do not provide the insights nor experience to compel a change in consumer behavior. But a recent study shows holistic virtual care, powered by true AI, holds the promise of improving quality and access of care, while containing rising health care costs. This presentation discusses:
The transformation of health care continues, creating opportunities and challenges for payers, providers, and employers. Market forces are provoking them to develop new strategic initiatives and to reprioritize existing ones. PNC Healthcare conducted a comprehensive, three-part strategic research project to examine how changes in health care today impact key stakeholders. Phases 1 and 2 examined what payers and providers are doing to survive the new world order. In Phase 3, the research examined trends, challenges, and unmet needs of U.S. employers related to health care. The session synthesizes qualitative and quantitative findings, and gives insight into how organizations are adapting to meet these challenges and harness new opportunities.
Pharmacy benefits are delivered through a complex supply chain designed to provide little transparency to employers and employees - the ultimate payers of health care. In this session:
Hear from leading universities about graduate programs and educational opportunities poised to advance value-based care.
Hospitals and health systems face an unprecedented opportunity to create exponential value using proven AI technologies. Learn how leaders embraced this challenge and co-innovated new applications to apply AI to care delivery. In a real-world interview, attendees will learn how to:
Member engagement and satisfaction are critical to a successful MA plan. This session explores challenges plans face across the post-acute care spectrum and how to mitigate them, particularly through better collaboration with providers. Discover how to engage patients and their caregivers to increase the chance of safe discharge and reduce the chance of readmissions.