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AHDI Health Risk Management Overview

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Karrie Marchbanks

on 14 July 2016

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Transcript of AHDI Health Risk Management Overview


Decrease Medical Spending by 11-17%
Add a Benefit for Your Employees
Risk Identification
Actionable Data
Predictive Modeling
Physician Profiling
Health Risk Assessment

Risk Management
Chronic Disease Management Program
What Happens When You Manage Risk?
What are the major cost drivers of the plan
Nurse Coaching
Which age group costs the most and why
What are the chronic disease and compliance rates of the population
Who are the highest risk members of the plan
What are the risk factors for employees and spouses
Who are the highest risk providers of the plan
What are the high risk disease categories
Who is not complying with wellness standards
How does my plan compare to others in this location
Solutions to Manage Risk
Actual Risk Factors
Actionable Data
Turn Data into Intelligence
AHDI manages over 20 chronic conditions
AHDI utilizes Registered Nurses trained in coaching
AHDI stratifies the chronic disease population by Risk Stratums
AHDI tracks all data related to chronic disease
9 Super Relevant Questions
1.5 Million Lives
Actionable
Data
In 48 States
Actionable
Data
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