The rapid expansion of telehealth and remote patient monitoring have offered immediate options to maintain some continuity of care in uncertain times. However, the acceptance of these care delivery models has accelerated the future of digital care as a standard of care — and the most successful insurers will be the ones that begin implementing comprehensive digital care strategies now. That means that health insurance providers must evaluate true digital care companies as more than vendors or point solutions; they must integrate this work into their care strategy in ways that will deliver a better patient experience, and ultimately better health outcomes (and savings) for members.
In this 2020 AHIP webinar, Omada's Chief Commercial Officer, Wei-Li Shao, Product Officer, Mike Tadlock and Health Coach, Emily Rutherford demonstrate Omada's long term vision for the future of digital care delivery. The one hour session covers:
- How insurance providers should evaluate digital health care providers in the context of the current moment, and the needs of members on the other side of the current pandemic
- How a comprehensive digital care provider can ease contracting burdens, accelerate implementation, and provide personalized care services for members dealing with multiple issues
- Why human connection matters deeply, even in an era of transition towards a digital-care first strategy
- How Omada is prioritizing an integrated patient experience for health plan members in partnering with device manufacturers, pharma companies, and the broader healthcare ecosystem
- What key evaluation metrics are critical to evaluating new digital care strategies, or expanding relationships with existing partners