Investors noted the challenges of changing patient behaviors using digital solutions at the engagement track at HLTH, hosted by MedCity News. They also shared what health systems and insurers are looking for in a potential partner.
Infrequent communication about Covid-19 and slow adoption of virtual care were the most common reasons cited by patients when asked why they lost confidence in their doctor, according to the survey conducted by SymphonyRM.
A little over half (55%) of Medicare Advantage plan members actively managed their care in the past year — a nine-percentage-point drop from 2019, according to a new report. This indicates that MA plans are faltering with regard to member engagement.
“Very satisfied” is the consensus of KOLs who participate in our SkyBoard virtual advisory board events. But, from what KOLs tell us, there are also plenty of other ways to improve such virtual events. Before we go on to them, a brief note on terminology: by “Virtual Ad Board” we don’t just mean a live …
The startup, called Medorion, raised $6 million in a Series A funding round. The company provides tools to create a database of “electronic behavior records” that can help payers measure and enhance member engagement.
While Covid-19 temporarily paused our ability to interact face-to-face, it also ushered in an era of global collaboration and the ability for life science teams to make decisions based on an expanded viewpoint.
Insightin Health aims to help payers retain and engage their members via its proprietary platform. The funding round was co-led by the Blue Venture Fund, a collaboration between Blue Cross Blue Shield companies, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Sandbox.
The Missouri-based payer is expanding its partnership with the technology company to offer an incentive and rewards program for its Affordable Care Act members in an effort to increase engagement.