Could Blockchain Manage the Population Health Management Prices?
A blockchain approach to securing individual sufferer risk scores could change the way payers address population health management and cost containment.
As the healthcare industry continues its journey from volume to value, payers and contributors alike are continually seeking new strategies to contain costs, make better the results, and rise to the challenges of population health management.
Diabetes, heart failure, COPD, and obesity are simultaneously costly for contributors and life-limiting for sufferers, producing economic ripples that sap billions of dollars from the nation each year.
Many hospital admissions, costly emergency department visits, and intensive medication regimens are avoidable if patients receive appropriate and timely preventative care and chronic disease management services.
But more often than not, sufferers yet fall through gaps in the care continuum, leaving payers to pick up the financial pieces when crisis events occur.
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