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Whole person care management


Leverage a world-class clinical team using evidence-based, integrated, med-psych and behavior change models to ensure a healthy lifestyle for members and patients

What is “whole-person” care management?

A whole-person approach prioritizes human potential. This evidence-based method builds coping skills, enables a healthy lifestyle, and drives self-efficacy by leveraging behavior change models, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), transtheoretical (stage of change), etc.

Sagility AxisPoint Health is a technology-enabled care management services company focused on applying whole-person interventions to improve healthcare outcomes, reduce costs, and increase satisfaction.

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Traditional approach versus the AxisPoint Health whole-person approach

We are more than our medical diagnoses

People are important authorities on their own health

We all create narratives for understanding our life and health

Health improvement is a collaborative enterprise

We experience our health and wellbeing challenges every day

Traditional care management

Identification

Heuristic and algorithm based mostly on recent utilization; prone to false echoes


Engagement

Reliance on low-touch, low-reach methods; mostly telephonic and digital


Intervention – Thesis

Medical orientation addresses only 30% of drivers of outcomes; “nag therapy” is not relevant to member’s needs; all members treated similarly


Intervention – Objectives

Focus on health plan goals specific to the medical diagnoses and/or to the care gap


Integration

Typical case and disease management programs are siloed from ecosystem

AxisPoint Health whole-person care

Identification

Impactability Index™ based on drivers of future risk without overreliance on past costs


Engagement

Utilizes standard practices like text/mail; add telehealth, in-person, local outreach, RPM


Intervention – Thesis

Address needs of the ‘whole person’ including all drivers of outcomes; relationship with member matters; members are unique, and multi-chronics have unique needs


Intervention – Objectives

Focus on member goals and on self-efficacy; prioritizes the member’s identified barriers


Integration

Prioritizes inclusion of providers and use of community/social services

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