Learn How our Predictive Analytics can Help you Slash Avoidable Overspending and Boost Employee Health & Well-Being
Are you attending the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions 2021 Annual Forum? We’ll be there and would love to connect.
The forum will be held in Arlington, Va., November 8-10. If you’re attending, we recommend scheduling a meeting with our team of experts in advance. Booking your meeting ahead of time also means you’ll be automatically entered to win an Apple Watch along with other prizes.
On November 9 we’re hosting a breakout session. Certilytics leaders Wes Smith (Senior VP for Advisory & Consulting), Andrew Ottum (Chief Business Development & Client Deployment Officer), and Kevin Prybol (Senior VP, Data Science) will discuss Data Insights for a High Performance Health Strategy. The full conference agenda is available here.
Don’t miss our session if you’re interested in how organizations can drive healthcare quality improvements, identify high-performing providers to design high-value networks, and implement efforts that close critical gaps in care and improve health equity across health plan populations.
In addition to the breakout session, we’re excited to share how we’re helping self-insured employers drive down avoidable healthcare spending and improve employee health & well-being. Uncovering emerging risks to employees’ physical, mental, and behavioral health has become even more critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. And unlike legacy analytics technologies, Certilytics’ solutions are empowering benefits leaders to manage prospective risk – not just retrospective. We recognize that employers need a better way to predict clinical and financial risk, drive improvements in employee health & well-being, and gain insight into how benefits programs are performing in near real time, rather than weeks or months after the fact.
We’re also looking forward to sharing insights into how organizations are successfully reining in specialty drug spending, a hot button issue across all industries as specialty drugs currently account for around half of most organizations’ total pharmacy spending. And as benefits leaders have become increasingly attuned to social determinants of health (SDoH) and health equity, we’re excited to share more detail about our innovative AI model that predicts & quantifies SDoH-related risk.
Come see us in Arlington!