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Closing Gaps in Care: Innovative Approaches to Achieving Quality Goals

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Closing Gaps in Care: Innovative Approaches to Achieving Quality Goals

As healthcare works toward value-based care, closing care gaps and engaging consumers in preventive health is a high priority among payers and providers as it reduces costs and improves health…
December 13, 2021

Closing Gaps in Care: Innovative Approaches to Achieving Quality Goals

As healthcare works toward value-based care, closing care gaps and engaging consumers in preventive health is a high priority among payers and providers as it reduces costs and improves health outcomes. In this podcast, leaders from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, Clover Health, Health.io and Humana share successful strategies for closing gaps in care, improving health outcomes and reduce costs. Topics include preparing for the 2022 and 2023 HEDIS measures, analyzing data, measuring provider performance and the impact of SDOH.

Panelists:

  • Nicole Lowery, Director of Population Health Strategy, Office of Health Affairs and Advocacy, Humana
  • Jeslie Jacob, Divisional Vice President, Provider Performance | Provider Analytics, Reporting and Connectivity, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
  • Julianne Eckert, Director of Quality Improvement, Clover Health
  • Paula Leclair, U.S. General Manager, Healthy.io

 

This podcast is sponsored by Healthy.io.

Healthy.io is an innovative healthcare company that uses smartphone technology to make remote clinical testing possible. Healthy.io is the global leader in turning the smartphone camera into a clinical-grade medical device for an at-home urinalysis and digital wound management 

Their home urinalysis kits (pause) aids in the diagnosis of chronic kidney disease, urinary tract infections and prenatal testing and serves over 500,000 patients worldwide. Beyond being recently featured by CNBC, Fast Company and the Financial TImes, Healthy IO is partnered with some of the nation’s leading health plans and the National Health Service in the United Kingdom b/c of the test’s ease of use, high patient adherence and the huge potential savings 

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