As the last days of summer draw near, we wanted to take moment to talk about fall health engagement initiatives such as year-end gap closure, flu immunizations, and planning for the 2019 benefit year.
Eliza’s thought leaders weigh in on the latest developments from Eliza, our clients, and the healthcare industry at large.
In a recent article published by Becker's Hospital Review, Ellen Harrison, Senior Vice President of Market Strategy and Consulting at HMS, discusses the critical role HOS and CAHPS measures play in Star Ratings and how to leverage these measures in order to create an effective Star Rating improvement strategy.
In a recent podcast aired on Red Hot Healthcare, Chairman, President, and CEO of HMS, Bill Lucia, sat down with host Dr. Steve Ambrose to discuss HMS’s role in the healthcare system as well how HMS is working to curb fraud, waste, and abuse in the healthcare industry through the use of today’s analytics and tomorrow’s consumer engagement technology.
It is now widely recognized that the health outcomes of populations often are determined more by social factors than by medical care.
Health risk assessments deliver insightful information to help health plans manage Medicaid member risk during the initial days of enrollment.
Check out this infographic about the impact Medicaid churn has on an individual's health and their health plan's bottom line. Member enrollment continuity has positive health and financial outcomes.
We sat down with HMS® Eliza’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gary Call to share with our Eliza® Engage community his vision and influence on Total Population Management (TPM) at HMS and how Eliza fits into moving healthcare forward.
Learn about Eliza's approach to engaging and retaining Medicaid members to ensure continuity of coverage and improvement of financial and clinical outcomes!
CMS' recent guidance to State Medicaid Directors on work requirements for non-disabled, non-pregnant adults was anticipated to those of us who serve Medicaid programs. Even so, this policy change has many Medicaid plans and advocates concerned that additional requirements will add to Medicaid churn or the administrative disenrollment and re-enrollment of Medicaid beneficiaries.
2017 was a memorable year for the healthcare industry — we’ve seen health plans and systems consolidate, patients and caregivers come together to better manage their care, the continued rise of healthcare consumerism, and a shift in the mindset of many in regards to the economic value associated with community and public health initiatives — moving healthcare member engagement and total population health to the forefront.