Health Plans, Engage! Why Payers That Prioritize Member Monitoring, Engagement, and Care Coordination will Lead in 2022

Health plans are facing 3 member engagement changes: Reduced access to care, high-risk only programs do not reach enough members, members expect convenient engagement options.

At the beginning of the pandemic, health plans scrambled to quickly create member engagement programs but saw subpar results. As the pandemic continues and changes to healthcare become normalized, members’ expectations have changed — their satisfaction is directly tied to whether the health plan is making it easier or harder for them to access the care they need remotely. Now health plans are purposefully building robust, convenient member engagement programs that address chronic and behavioral health conditions to support “whole-patient health.”

Learn 3 major changes that payer organizations are facing from the pandemic and 3 strategies for overcoming them and creating long-term success.





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