As Seen in Vator News: Analytics is the Key to Unlocking Optimized Health

By Michelle Snyder

Over three trillion dollars is spent on (what we call) healthcare in the U.S. every year.  

However, the reality is that the vast majority of that money is being spent on “sickcare” – trying to make people better after they have become ill.

The Multi-Million-Dollar Value Behind Member Engagement Programs

By David Veroff

A question I often hear from health plan executives is “does member engagement deliver financial value and results?” After extensive research, I discovered that the answer is a solid “yes.”

Don’t Take Risks with Risk Adjustment Programs: Key Capabilities to Improve Performance

By April Gill

Many in the healthcare industry are acutely aware that Medicare Advantage organizations continue to face challenges in the changing risk adjustment environment.

The Biggest Mistake at HIMSS?

By Bernie Zipprich

For all the talk at HIMSS last month about “patients” and “members,” one group was conspicuously missing: “consumers.” And yet, no need is greater.

And the Award for Best Consumer Engagement Program Goes to...

By Kathleen Ellmore

Last week, we had the opportunity to shine a spotlight on our clients who had award-winning engagement strategies and programs in 2016 during our Best of Engagement webinar.

Are Consumers Playing Hard to Get?

By Welltok Marketing

The distribution of heart-shaped cards and chocolates, the delivery of flowers, and the 2-hour restaurant wait times on a Tuesday – today must be Valentine’s Day. 

Watching the Big Game This Weekend? Think About This.

By Phil Fiero

The one way you can predict if the Patriots or the Falcons will win the Super Bowl is with advanced analytics.

Make It Personal: Three Ways to Connect with Healthcare Consumers

By Stan Nowak

I recently attended my graduate school reunion with a number of old friends, and it was a great opportunity to catch up on the usual topics – careers, family, and the latest new hobby or travels.

2017 Health Predictions: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Jeff Margolis

Historically, healthcare has been focused on funding and improving the entrenched “sickcare” system and providing access for the costliest, most needy populations.