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New Population Health Initiative Off to Strong Start
Jul 22

It was a pleasure to meet with all of you to discuss the new edHEALTH population health initiative, KnovaSolutions® Clinical Prevention Service. We’ve already heard from many of you that you want to participate in the program that targets the 5% of your population that comprises over 50% of claim costs.  It’s a triple-win solution:

1) Potential Reduction in High-Cost Claims

The program’s clinical staff provides personalized care for high-risk, high-cost employees and covered dependents. Through phone and secure email, participants receive support for medical decisions. Information, education, and decision support helps decrease unnecessary costs and utilization.

2) Improves Healthcare Quality and Employee Satisfaction

24/7 access to assistance: 

Questions about diagnosis, treatments, tests, and medications

Support for making lifestyle changes

Medication review assistance

Work/life balance support

3) Member Schools Benefit by Participating

There’s no cost the first year to take part in the program. We’ll share with you periodic reports on the edHEALTH population risk and the Program’s Return on Investment. There’s an opportunity to bend the cost curve, and I’ve shared with you how much savings your school could potentially realize.

Let Us Know if You Would Like to Participate

If you haven’t been in touch, please let us know if your school will participate in the KnovaSolutions® Clinical Prevention Program. Once we hear from you, we’ll help expedite enrollment so you can start reaping the benefits of the program quickly.

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