Sponsored: Healthesystems

Evolving Strategies in Patient Management

Clinical intervention strategies must evolve to accommodate the complexities of patient management.
By: | November 10, 2014


Driving more successful outcomes in the treatment of injured workers requires continued innovation. The challenges of managing patient care evolve, and therefore so must strategies for monitoring and intervention. Relying on the status quo means missed opportunities – and missed information.

According to clinical analysis from Healthesystems, a comprehensive
review of medical history identifies underlying treatment concerns in 75% of cases. Nonadherence, comorbidity, psychosocial factors – these all threaten treatment outcomes.

Yet standard monitoring methods (e.g., prescription history) may fail to
identify these concerns, often leaving payers and prescribers with incomplete information on which to base treatment decisions.

Successful management requires a more holistic approach than has historically been performed, especially in high-risk claims that drive the majority of spend. Comprehensive clinical analysis uncovers critical insights that can better inform treatment decisions and improve outcomes.

Come to booth #1423 to pick up a copy of Healthesystems’ RxInformer clinical journal for a more in-depth look at holistic patient management.

Healthesystems is a leading provider of Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) & Ancillary Benefits Management programs for the workers' compensation industry.

More from Risk & Insurance

More from Risk & Insurance

Risk Matrix: Presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance

10 Risk Factors Contributing to Workplace Interruptions Every Day

Cyber events, global pandemics and harassment claims are just some of the risk factors disrupting the workplace each day.
By: | April 1, 2020

The R&I Editorial Team can be reached at [email protected]