Proactively Manage Chronic Conditions

Support member health, enhancing productivity by proactively driving down disease-associated costs by more proactively managing costly chronic conditions.

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The Problem

One of the most monumental sources of medical spend is chronic diseases, conditions that are often lifelong and must be continually managed by the members they affect. Research indicates that the costs associated with conditions like these are staggering, responsible for approximately 9 in 10 dollars spent.

The more a chronic condition advances, the greater its negative impact on member quality of life and plan costs. As a result, proactive management to mitigate disease severity is key in order to maximize member well-being and mitigate associated costs over the long run.

The Solution

Managing chronic conditions and their associated costs is an ongoing challenge that requires visibility into claims data across a self-insured employer’s entire member population. 4C Health Solutions empowers more proactive, effective, and efficient disease management by enabling employers to:

Quantify Chronic Condition-Related Spend

With 4C, employers can accurately quantify and predict the cost of chronic diseases and conditions within their health plan and compare those costs to other employers and benchmarks.

Empower Members with Knowledge

Using 4C’s real-time analytics, employers can present relevant insights to members, encouraging them to proactively manage conditions and reduce severity in the long run.

Make Timely Interventions

By identifying non-adherence and spotting opportunities for more proactive management, 4C supports employers in making timely chronic condition-related interventions.

Deploy Targeted Programs

Finally, 4C makes it possible to improve member well-being while reducing costs by supporting the design of wellness programs that are tailored to member needs.

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By the Numbers

chronic conditions

90% of healthcare costs are associated with chronic conditions that are often controllable.

CDC

diabetes in america

Diabetes affects 29 million Americans and results in $245 billion in annual expenses.

CDC

obesity in america

Obesity affects 1 in 3 American adults and results in $147 billion in annual expenses.

CDC

arthritis in america

Arthritis affects 54.4 million Americans and results in $304 billion in annual expenses.

CDC

“The value of our Population Health Management is driven by mining the right data, translating that data into knowledge, converting that knowledge into action and transforming the actions into sustainable clinical and financial results.”

– Dr. Ron Loeppke, MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM, Vice-Chairman of U.S. Preventive Medicine (USPM)

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