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Healthcare Consulting 

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve and organizations grapple with changes brought on by the American Health Care Act (AHCA), our value in the marketplace has continued to grow. Along with our strategic partners we are able to provide access to all facets of HR compliance, Safety, and Payroll.

  

Risk Management 

Our risk managers are trained to handle various issues in multiple settings. The duties our risk manager undertakes are ultimately determined by the specific organization. We work in the following areas of medical risk management:

Ideas and Technology

    Our strategic, technology-based partnerships are enabling our solutions to expand into more ecosystems than ever before. With the intersection of insurance and technology it has made it easier to deliver relevant information and access to care better than before.

Risk Management

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Risk Managment

Our risk managers are trained to handle various issues in multiple settings. The duties our risk manager undertakes are ultimately determined by the specific organization. We work in the following areas of medical risk management:

• Financing, insurance, and claims management
• Event and incident management

Our healthcare risk management profiles identify and evaluate risks taking into account the DPC as a means to reduce expenditures though health and wellness management, continuity of care, prescription savings, the expansive list of health issues not referred to a specialist. We take pride in using our proprietary plan “DPC Centric” plan designs to proactively and reactively to either prevent incident or to minimize the damages following an event.

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The Importance of Risk Assessment & Management Planning

The goal is always decreasing the risk to the organization while at the same time providing a product superior in scope and benefit in the marketplace
Given that each organization faces unique challenges, there is not a one-model-fits-all risk management solution. Challenges faced by administrators that should be addressed in a risk assessment plan include but are not limited to:

• The ease of use
• Overutilization of high cost procedures
• Potential medical effectiveness
• Existing and future policy
• Legislation impacting the field of healthcare

The hazards of not preparing for potential issues can have significant, long-term effects. Neglecting to have comprehensive risk management plans in place can compromise an employees health outcomes, increase liability risks, and result in financial losses.

Thus, potential risks have to be evaluated and measured in terms of their potential negative effects. Based on the risk assessment, an organization-specific management plan should be developed, implemented, and monitored.

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Risk Managment

Our risk managers are trained to handle various issues in multiple settings. The duties our risk manager undertakes are ultimately determined by the specific organization. We work in the following areas of medical risk management:

• Financing, insurance, and claims management
• Event and incident management

Our healthcare risk management profiles identify and evaluate risks taking into account the DPC as a means to reduce expenditures though health and wellness management, continuity of care, prescription savings, the expansive list of health issues not referred to a specialist. We take pride in using our proprietary plan “DPC Centric” plan designs to proactively and reactively to either prevent incident or to minimize the damages following an event.

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Effective Patient Care Practices

The development and implementation of DPC Centric healthcare programs and ecosystems are based on extensive ongoing research. We are the only firm with the ability to stay up-to-date on relevant information in their organization and the effectiveness of their DPC program because research results could prove contradictory to presumptions that would otherwise shape risk management practices

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Developing Risk Management Plans

Reviewing other studies is one way to develop risk management programs. Following the directives of governing organizations such as the Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) ensures risk management compliance.

Based on information provided from all available resources, our risk managers conduct organization-specific risk analyses to determine potential risks. The analysis identifies:

• What could possibly happen?
• How likely is something to happen (measuring risk)?
• How severe will the outcome be if something did happen with DPC intervention?
• How can the likelihood something will happen be mitigated by the DPC on the forefront and to what degree?
• What can the DPC do to reduce the impact (and to what degree)?
• What is the potential for exposure or what cannot be proactively avoided by the DPC?

Using analysis results, we can compare the likelihood of different adverse events along with their impacts and rank potential risks in terms of severity using the DPC centric model. This is our advantage as we can now build plans for mitigating risks and handling them appropriately through the DPC . Risk management plans also undergo quality assessments, so the interventions and actions proposed are addressed as real potential issues. Once a strategy is in place, it is monitored and modified as needed.

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 Implementing Strategies for Patient Care

As noted, our risk management plans are specific to different organizations. While avoiding potential financial consequences is one concern, employee needs are generally the priority. Plans for risk management must cover patient-specific risks incorporating the DPC into the profile.


Many patient risks can be reduced by having access to a Direct Primary Care Physician, encouraging strong communication among staff-members, providing counseling services for those working with patients, and conducting competency assessments.

Other risks posed to patient safety DPC’s can be mitigate using patient-specific risk management strategies such as:

• Not filling expired prescriptions – DPC will send patients adequate notification of prescription expiration will support communication between patients and physicians thus reducing potential prescription medication abuse.
• Following up on missing test results – DPCs monitor patients who need to take additional medical tests following appointments may fail to do so, or the test results might get lost. Developing a plan to monitor receipt of test results guarantees the results are reviewed, so patients can then be consulted.
• DPCs Track missed appointments - Implementing a system to follow-up with patients who miss appointments but fail to reschedule is another proactive step in managing patient risks.
• DPC’s Communicate with patients - Patients may have limited understanding of information received from physicians. Having a strategy that checks the patient’s comprehension of information reduces the likelihood that the patient will misinterpret a physician’s orders or will improperly take medication.
• Sufficient record retention - Keeping patient records on file for an extended period of time or indefinitely is useful for monitoring patient health, even when patients are not actively seeking care. DPC and Risk management protocol will also have plans in place for disposing of records in accordance with federal mandates.

Technology and Ideas

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AI Health Bot

• Your AI-powered guide of the Health IQu ecosystem intelligent agent
• Triage – human like interaction to determine level of care needed
• Cash provider network search
• Direct connect to telemedicine provider or DPC
• Schedule appointments
• Bot Technology uses for easy on boarding and automation

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Remote DPC

• Zero Copay
• Increased Productivity
• Convenience
• Germ free
• 24/7 Doctor Access
• Phone Web and Mobile
• Relationship with Physician same as Traditional DPC
• Continuity of care 

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Rx Price Transparency and Wholesale Market

• Real Time Pharmacy Benefit Information Instantly verify pricing
• Direct wholesale drug access at 95% discount
• Reduce Primary Non-Adherence to Medications
• Formulary Management
• Compliance
• Fraud and Abuse Minimized
• Increase Medication Adherence

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Virtual Specialty Services

• When appropriate, access to specialty care via video chat
* Eliminate unnecessary expensive Specialty care visits

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Predictive Modeling

• Accurate cost forecasting
• Evidence-based guidelines & compliance monitoring
• Population Management with Detailed Strategic Risk Profile
• Medication Nonadherence
• Chronic condition monitoring
• Quarterly action item list

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Geo Location/Geo Fencing

• Context and location sensitive alerts delivering benefit and savings reminders, helping
members better utilize their insurance plans and our services.

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Message Targeting

• Reaching people at optimal moments in time to affect behavior
• 35% success rate
• The app connects with the user at a convenient time, thus increasing the likelihood that the user will obey the instructions
• The more context an app provides about a person’s health, the more compelling the information is to the user. Additionally, the more compelling the information, the more likely the user will become motivated to address their harmful behaviors.
• tailor messaging based on behavioral profiles. Sensing that a user has used negative sentiment in communication,
and has not gotten out of bed, can proactively share resources on depression. 

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Unique styles

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 Medical Price Transparency 

 Instantly determine patient out-of-pocket costs by layering prices by: cash prices with real-time,
member-specific eligibility, deductible, coinsurance, and co-payment information.
• Provide consumers with the convenience to search for healthcare services by provider, location, specialty,
condition or procedure.
• Need to search for a nearby doctor, dentist, or another provider? Our radar makes it easy. You can even
research your doctor first!
• Use Data APIs to offer transparency in healthcare that has not yet been available to consumers. We give
patients the ability to search for and compare providers.
• You can use Layered Cash, bundled care, and Insurance Pricing info to help patients, or your users,
understand the expected costs for certain procedures or medical services.
• Insurance & cash prices: See cash and insurance prices for services offered by providers
• Plans: Provides access to information about insurance plans
• Providers: View biographies, education, and credentials for providers in our curated directory

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 Chronic Care Management

• Maternity & Health Management
• Individualized care plans & specific goals
• Maternity, diabetes, COPD, hypertension, asthma & more
• Identification & stratification of high-risk participants
• Encourage & support healthy lifestyle changes
• Intervention plans
• Reduce Risk of Members

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Real Time Deductible Tracker

• A centralized location with current medical insurance plan design information, real-time deductible-
utilization and the capacity to hold up to 20 electronic ID cards Blockchain / Smart Contracts
• IQchain, our healthcare blockchain technology, is designed to ensure even greater flexibility, security,
and speed in automating the eligibility verification process with Real Time Claim Adjudication
• Connect by API to major pharmacy benefit management systems government and commercial plans. IQChain,
our healthcare blockchain technology, will enable even greater prescription drug price transparency,
networking and security going forward.
• All our APIs are smart contract enabled. IQChain, our healthcare blockchain technology architecture
is to provide contextually relevant, multi-party identity, validation, verification, and authentication.
• Make payments securely over the blockchain network
• Appointment scheduling

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Unique styles

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Virtual Mental Health

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Wellness Management

• With the assistance of the DPC chronic condition management
• pre-empting new chronic cases
• healthy lifestyle changes
• smoking cessation
• weight loss
• Certified coaches, nurses and experts personally guide members through our programs

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HealthIQ Card

Thus, it is necessary for an organization to have qualified healthcare risk managers to assess, develop, implement, and monitor risk management plans with the goal of minimizing exposure. There are many priorities to a healthcare organization, such as finance, safety and most importantly, patient care.

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Healthcare Consulting

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Healthcare Consulting

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve and organizations grapple with changes brought on by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), our value in the marketplace has continued to grow. Smaller organizations , who seek assistance in areas such as ACA compliance, are by and large the greatest users of our services, making up more than half of the market. Along with our strategic partners we are able to provide access to all facets of HR compliance, Safety, and Payroll.

We keep in step with current legislation and industry trends, continually shifting focus and completion can be fierce however we are the only firm dedicated to the Direct Primary Care model and our ability to provide common sense solutions for the small and large business owner to offer competitive healthcare solutions to their employees.

All solutions are DPC Centric, they include: for under 50 employed lives: defined contribution plans for companies who do not currently offer coverage a way to do so for less than you would expect.

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PT coverage – plan designed specifically for uninsured p/t employees

CA compliance for 0ver 50 employees including the only DPC Centric MEC and MVP plan options, level funded, and self-funded programs available on the market today

Association health plans Group membership sponsored health plans may also be known as association health plans. Association health plans allow members of a group, or profession to band together in order to negotiate better premiums for their members, similar to the way an employer-sponsored health plan would work. Except the members of an association or group do not work for the same employer, instead they share an industry, interest or other common thread that allows them to define themselves as an association. With the changes in Association Health Plan regulations, beginning April of 2019 we will offer access to such plans as determined by state law.

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Other Offerings

Other offerings include free business evaluations, retirement plans, exit strategies, buy sell agreements and their funding, key man insurance, tax free retirement strategies,

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