What we do
- Quality improvement outreach
- Review: medical cases, prior authorization, utilization
- Health care provider outreach, education and training
- Health care costs control
- Data mining and analysis, surveys and reporting
- Inbound and outbound call center
- Health information technology
- Health policy analysis and leadership
- HIPAA security risk analysis
- Transformation of medical practices to value-based care
- Marketing and communications
- Consumer health education
How we do it
- Improve patient quality and outcomes by using multidisciplinary teams to work with medical practices, hospitals and other health care facilities
- Control health costs by identifying and limiting unnecessary or duplicative services
- Improve patient care by training clinic staff to implement 24/7 phone access, patients’ online access to medical records, same-day appointments and targeted consumer health education
- Provide accurate and timely data to measure and improve health outcomes
- Develop easy-to-understand communications tools to educate consumers on how to improve their health
- Much of health care is paid by public dollars. Taxpayers deserve an effective, efficient use of their investment.
- Reducing unnecessary spending on health care costs helps the economy, families and local businesses. More of a state’s resources can be spent on schools, roads, corrections and infrastructure.
- Improving health care improves school graduation rates, reduces property and violent crime, allows lower spending on social services, bolsters local hospitals by reducing uncompensated care and most importantly – saves lives.
- Children who have access to health care most of their childhood are less likely to drop out of high school and more likely to earn a college degree, creating a higher-earning, more skilled workforce.
- Access to mental health services reduces addiction, homelessness and financial instability.