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The Playbook for Local as a Healthcare Strategy

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The Playbook for Local as a Healthcare Strategy

Engaging high-needs Medicare and Medicaid members can be a huge barrier to better health and a consistent challenge for even the most innovative health plans. In order to successfully engage…
June 10, 2022

The Playbook for Local as a Healthcare Strategy

Engaging high-needs Medicare and Medicaid members can be a huge barrier to better health and a consistent challenge for even the most innovative health plans. In order to successfully engage these members, health plans must meet them in the communities they live and work and provide the right solutions and resources. Our expert panel of leaders from UnitedHealth Group, UPMC Health Plan, and Reema Health along with the former mayor of Wahington D.C. share how using personalized, community-based solutions helps plans identify member needs, build meaningful relationships, establish trust, navigate care gaps and boost outcomes.

Panelists: Cyrus Batheja, National Vice President, UnitedHealth Group; Kendra J. White, Senior Manager, Medicare Community Relations, UPMC for Life; Adrian Fenty, Former Mayor District of Columbia; Justin Ley, Co-Founder & CEO, Reema Health

Panelist bios: https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/events/the-playbook-for-local-as-a-healthcare-strategy/

This episode is sponsored by Reema Health

Reema uses technology to power human relationships with the goal of improving health outcomes for people who are hardest to reach. Reema’s breakthrough health platform uses proprietary technology and predictive data modeling to identify people with the highest level of unmet social needs, power Community Guides with the right information to engage them meaningfully, connect them with the most relevant resources, and improve their health and their lives. For more information visit ReemaHealth.com.

 

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