Despite the growing digital health market, relatively few products are designed for high-need, high-cost individuals. This population’s needs — ranging from multiple chronic conditions to social and financial instability — represent an opportunity to use tools such as mobile apps and smart devices to improve quality of care and reduce avoidable health care expenditures.
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Using Technology to Engage Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees: Opportunities for Health Plans
Many health plans that integrate Medicare and Medicaid services for dually eligible beneficiaries are exploring how to use digital health technology (e.g., apps, wearables, remote monitoring tools) and telehealth — health services provided using web- or telephone-based platforms — to improve care. These technologies offer potential for enhancing member engagement, care management, health information exchange, and… Read more »
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