Social isolation and loneliness are emerging social health problems and are also the strongest predictor of health care dissatisfaction. And while the terms are often used together, it’s important to understand the difference. To advance thinking on the challenges and opportunities to address social isolation and loneliness, we gathered top executives from payer, provider, innovator and investor organizations for the Outlook on Investing in Aging to Address Social Isolation at the 2019 Health Evolution Summit.
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Traditional solutions, like higher deductibles, have not managed to improve outcomes or bend the cost curve. At the same time, consumer passivity is coming to an end. The market needs a major overhaul. That reality leaves many health care executives grappling with an increasingly common question: How should health care organizations redefine their network boundaries amidst uncertainty and record high costs? To answer that question, we gathered top executives for the Outlook on Redefining Networking Boundaries at the 2019 Health Evolution Summit.
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Five percent of health care users represent half the costs, one percent consume a quarter. Players determined to curb health care’s ever-increasing expenses and effectively manage these high-cost, complex patients desperately need a new strategy. To advance risk-sharing for complex patients, progressive health care executives put their heads together in the recent Outlook on Risk Sharing for High-Cost, Complex Patients at the 2019 Health Evolution Summit.
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Health Evolution, with the support of Echo Health Ventures and Humana, convened its annual Corporate Venture Group (CVG) meeting in April 2019. A key outcome was the development of strawman Health Evolution CVC Performance Indices leveraging insights and viewpoints of CVG participants.Download PDF to View Full Report
After decades of being considered futuristic, artificial intelligence (AI) is getting real in health care for customer experience, care management and cost competencies, among other use cases. Smart payers, providers, and life sciences organizations, in fact, are looking across industries to learn from companies that have already implemented AI to reap impressive results.
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