Sagility Aging in Place™
Whole-person, clinically evidenced, technology-led solutions to help seniors build resilience at home
Life expectancy is 78.7 years. In the 1980s, it was 73.6 years. People are living longer – and consuming healthcare services at an unprecedented, unexpected rate.
Most Americans want to spend their final years at home, but only 20% actually do.
Existing home health offerings address only singular aspects of aging in place and neglect whole-person care. Insurers and caregivers are supporting more patients at once with undesirable outcomes.
When issues are treated in silos and early symptoms are missed, the resulting frailty is precipitous and costly.
Aging in place requires a full spectrum of proactive, flexible, interconnected supports.
Sagility Aging in Place™ (SAiP) focuses on frailty and falls mitigation, and acute- and long-term care avoidance.
With analytics, Sagility Aging in Place™ prevents and modifies the high-risk factors for needing higher-level functional assistance, while providing ongoing digital monitoring and education.
Sagility Aging in Place™ is a specialized, end-to-end program and service platform that enables individuals to age in their own homes. By leveraging a proprietary frailty and falls risk assessment, Sagility Aging in Place™ deploys individualized interventions. Our proven methodology addresses frailty, cognitive decline, loneliness, activities of daily living (ADLs), home and transportation issues, and coordination of healthcare needs.
The Sagility Aging in Place™ platform is built on a four-pillar framework:
Our end-to-end solution integrates healthcare specialists, community partners, workflows, and analytics in innumerable, innovative ways to ensure members, caregivers, payers, providers, and partners are working in sync to enable seniors to live at home longer.
Identify elders with near- and long-term frailty and falls risk
Prevent or delay long-term care admissions by up to 58%
Reduce and optimize use of home healthcare benefits
Allocate scarce resources to those most at risk
Identify, engage, and equip caregivers
Develop evidence-based, whole-person care plans
Better understand member engagement preferences
Improve member experience
Improve quality of life and continue independence
Projected ROI up to 3:1
Margaret is 75 years old and lives alone in a single-level home.
She has COPD and a history of heart failure. She is using her plan (LTC benefit) for non-emergent transportation and an aid to help her bathe. Her claims have been consistent for the last 5 months.
With a frailty and falls assessment, data analytics, and an end-to-end caregiver and support system, we evaluate Margaret’s full spectrum of needs.
Margaret needs personalized and multi-channel outreach and reminders to prevent deterioration.
She needs a custom care plan to address her priorities, activity-focused goals, and clinically evidenced interventions.
Seniors who fall are more likely to need long-term care and reduce their ability to age in place.
Our Falls Prevention solution focuses not just on reducing fall risks, but also provides support to prevent frailty from setting in.
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