Solutions For Government Health Programs
Reform public health programs with activation measurement on your side
Measure activation, target resources and tailor support to individuals, and still bend the cost curve down
Identify high risk before high costs occur
50%-60% of Medicaid members and dual-eligibles land in the lower two levels of activation. Knowing PAM level allows you to intervene before they incur high cost or unnecessary services.
Allocate finite resources more efficiently
The other 40%-50% are higher activated, and likely to be good to very good self-managers and more self-sufficient, allowing limited resources to be allocated to individuals lower in activation.
Hold organizations working on your behalf accountable
Health activation can change over time, making PAM the perfect tool for benchmarking progress in programs designed to improve health outcomes and control costs.