Self-funded employers play a critical role in helping employees get the care they need to improve overall health and well-being. Employers who can provide exceptional care and benefits while managing costs effectively have a competitive advantage in a tight labor market. We’ve compiled resources from our experts and industry insights to help self-funded employers succeed in value-based care by optimizing benefits to achieve bottom-line savings and increased employee productivity.
Maternity Bundles Improve Quality and Save $400k
When Metro Nashville Public Schools saw significant increases in neonatal claims, they partnered with Vanderbilt Health and Cedar Gate to design and build a bundled payment program. It led to significant savings for the school district, as well as improvements in maternity care quality. READ THE STORY >
Organization Type: Direct contracting between employer and healthcare system
$400,000 in total savings on maternity care in the first year alone for MNPS
12% decline in C-section surgeries and 16% decrease in NICU spending
Achieves $2 Million in Savings
Kairos Health Arizona faced a triple threat of issues that undercut its ability to confidently manage data processing, and establish actionable steps for higher quality value-based care. They needed a strategic partner to improve their data capabilities, and Cedar Gate was the perfect solution. READ THE STORY >
Organization Type: Public sector entity that runs an employer broker risk program
$2 million in aggregate savings for its employer clients with coordinated treatment plans
88% reduction in processing time for deliverables to its network of employer partners
GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT – Cedar Gate Technologies (Cedar Gate) finds that of nearly 2.4 million women in its commercially insured Healthcare Benchmark Database, 55% are unlikely to get a recommended mammogram based on the company’s predictive AI model.
In this episode we discuss the importance of collaborative relationships between payers and providers, especially in value-based care or risk-based relationships. Hear from David B. Snow, Jr., the chairman and CEO of Cedar Gate Technologies, on driving factors that contribute to successful payer / provider relationships and much more.
In response to rising healthcare costs, employers continue to turn to point solution vendors to implement clinical programs that target high-cost and/or chronic conditions. Point solution vendors offer single-use-case healthcare services to manage healthcare cost, access, and quality. Many purchasers utilize between four and nine such vendors. With so many point solutions operating simultaneously, it is difficult for an employer to isolate, analyze, and evaluate the benefits of any single intervention, or identify which solution(s) are providing the expected return on investment.
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