New controversies abound in America, but one that has persisted over time, even after being scientifically debunked over and over again, is the vaccine controversy. This post shows how behavioral economic concepts and decision theory play a role in what’s often referred to as “vaccine-hesitancy.”
In a recent article published by First Report Managed Care, Jennifer Forster, director of Medicaid Strategy at HMS Eliza shares her insight in regards to improving outcomes by providing nonmedical benefits that have previously been posing as barriers to their overall health.
Have you ever thought about “pre-boarding” your members? Why not reach out early to engage members before their effective date, especially if it means you can identify transition of care needs.
Here are some quickly-deployable Eliza health plan member engagement solutions that can reduce costs and improve outcomes and the member experience.