Only Integra ServiceConnect has boots on the ground verifying and validating socioeconomic data on health plan members every day.
Sure, there is a lot of information in public records data, but it is not individual-specific or verified. Verifying the social influencing elements of health enables a more proactive and comprehensive approach to members’ health.
How do Integra’s clients benefit from using verified socioeconomic data?
- Cost prevention: through identifying risk factors in patients that prompt care management, care coordination, or physician intervention before a serious health issue can arise or worsen.
- Improved health outcomes: by providing a more holistic picture of patients to drive treatment decisions and address barriers to care.
- Increased engagement: by improving members’ health literacy, better aligning their health values, encouraging them to prioritize a healthy lifestyle, and take understandable steps to improve their health.
- Cost reduction: decreasing treatment and care costs by proactively handling health issues before they become a serious health crisis, such as medication adherence or physician office visits rather than ER utilization. Another example would be reducing hospital readmissions by anticipating the challenges a patient may face in recovery and putting support mechanisms in place to prevent relapses or insecurity issues.
- Quality score improvement: helping healthcare meet quality standards by accelerating participation in the quality gap closures.