Webinar: Best practices for using in-home health assessments to improve outcomes

Join this 30-minute discussion about three best practices your health plan can implement to ensure in-home assessments support improved health outcomes, as well as more accurate identification of member conditions for risk adjustment and HEDIS submissions.   Best practices for using in-home assessments to improve health outcomes Date:  Thursday, June 1 Time:  2:00 PM Eastern... Read More

Committed to getting results

Some of our everyday heroes can be found working in our laboratories. From prepping specimens, to testing and analyzing results, these employees play a vital role in the critical testing we perform.  We know behind every test is an individual awaiting results and a dedicated employee ensuring that test is processed quickly and properly. Medical... Read More

Managing the risks of alcohol abuse in seniors

April is designated as Alcohol Awareness Month to increase public awareness and understanding, and reduce the stigma associated with alcoholism that often prevents individuals and families from seeking help. So how does alcohol affect the elderly, and what can health plans do about it? The effects of alcohol on the elderly Alcohol abuse is one... Read More

Screenings can save lives

Did you know colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women in the U.S.? Although the mortality rate has been declining for several decades, the American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates there will be more than 135,000 new cases and over 50,000 deaths from... Read More

What health plans can do for diabetic populations

The diabetic crisis continues to grow around the world, but despite its prevalence, it remains an almost invisible disease. The month of November is dedicated to bringing awareness of this chronic illness and to bring a sense of urgency about this growing public health crisis. According to the World Health Organization, the number of people... Read More

Supporting member health literacy with in-home assessments

October is Health Literacy Month, which promotes the importance of individuals understanding information about their health. According to the National Institutes of Health, more than 90 million Americans have low health literacy1, which affects their ability to make health decisions. Additionally, studies have found that limited health literacy skills correlate with poor health outcomes, including... Read More