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Building home care capacity gives plans more flexibility to meet patients on their own terms and improve outcomes in a post-acute context.
Payers are targeting their member populations that will benefit the most from at-home care. The center of their home health offerings is focused on high-cost patients, palliative care, diabetes, home care visits, telehealth, and at-home testing.
- Buying and aligning with physician groups and offering greater house call programs.
- Moving higher acuity patients into the home.
- Expanding technology for care management oversight.
Changing models have insurers managing greater services in the home. We share a few programs addressing various care management models in the home.
1. Patients with Serious Illness
40 million Americans experience daily limitations due to a serious illness and more than 12 million people live with serious illness for years. Only 11% of those patients are in the last year of life.
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