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Leverage SDOH Outreach to Increase Dual Eligible Penetration

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Leverage SDOH Outreach to Increase Dual Eligible Penetration

Our panel of experts from Commonwealth Care Alliance, Molina Healthcare of Ohio and BeneLynk share best practices for addressing the SDOH needs of your dual eligible members. Walk away with…
January 28, 2022

Leverage SDOH Outreach to Increase Dual Eligible Penetration

Our panel of experts from Commonwealth Care Alliance, Molina Healthcare of Ohio and BeneLynk share best practices for addressing the SDOH needs of your dual eligible members. Walk away with ideas you can implement in your own organization to close gaps in care, improve outcomes, and reduce costs. Topics include: Topics include: Combining technology with the human touch; Segmenting your population by key determinants; Using SDOH Z-Codes to prioritize patient outreach; Designing programs to change behavior; Determining ROI

 

Panelists:

Pamela Tropiano, RN, BSN, MPA, CCM, Vice President, Healthcare Services, Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Inc.

Lauren Easton, MSW, L.I.C.S.W. Vice President, Integrative Program Development and Clinical Innovation, Commonwealth Care Alliance

Sean Libby, President, BeneLynk

 

Panelist Bios

https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/events/leveraging-sdoh-to-increase-dual-eligible-penetration/

 

This episode is sponsored by BeneLynk, a national provider of social determinants of health (SDoH) solutions for Medicare Advantage and Managed Medicaid health plans. We serve plans and their members by creating a human-to-human connection and providing the assistance a member needs to get the benefits they deserve.

 By employing one dynamic conversation that flows organically to meet social determinants of health challenges, we build stronger human connections that are supported by innovative technology. We help Medicaid members to retain their benefits through a comprehensive outreach campaign providing information and assistance. All of our services are customized to the specific geography where we provide services and provide the members with the specific information they need to keep their benefits in place. 

Our mission is to improve lives and positively impact social determinants of health barriers by providing our healthcare partners with the information they need, and people with the advocacy they deserve.

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