There’s a big difference between investing in healthcare
and investing in access to the right care.
Contigo Health Clinical Advantage™
Despite everyone’s best intentions, there’s a lot of waste and inconsistency in healthcare today.1 In fact, 30 percent of the medical procedures currently performed in the U.S. are unnecessary or inappropriate, and treatments for the same condition can vary as much as 50 percent from place to place.2 This can drive up healthcare costs and impact patient outcomes3, which may lead to reduced employee morale and productivity.
That's where the Contigo Health Clinical AdvantageTM product comes in.
- Help make healthcare work for all
- Help improve your benefit performance
- Help increase associate productivity
- Promote a healthier workplace
The Contigo Health Clinical AdvantageTM product empowers employers to partner with the clinically-led Contigo HealthTM Network to provide its associates access to clinicians who have tools to deliver guideline-driven, patient-appropriate care.
How we do it?
Contigo HealthTM Intelligent Clinical Workflows are designed to provide clinicians in the Contigo HealthTM Network with real-time clinical information to help them achieve their goal of delivering guideline-driven, patient-appropriate care. No more and no less than what the patient needs.
The Contigo HealthTM Intelligent Clinical Workflows also provide clinicians with visibility into employers’ existing ancillary benefits during the patient encounter, giving them access to additional resources that can lead to better outcomes.
The Contigo Health Clinical AdvantageTM product will provide:
Another Contigo Health solution for your consideration:
Let’s go get the right care at the right time.
Speak with a Contigo Health representative today at 330-656-1072.
1 Heather Lyu , Tim Xu, Daniel Brotman, Brandan Mayer-Blackwell, Michol Cooper, Michael Daniel, Elizabeth C. Wick, Vikas Saini, Shannon Brownlee, Martin A. Makary. Overtreatment in the United States. (2017, September 6).
2 Variation in the Care of Surgical Procedures, Table 1.2. (2014). A Dartmouth Atlas of Healthcare Series.
3 Heather Lyu , Tim Xu, Daniel Brotman, Brandan Mayer-Blackwell, Michol Cooper, Michael Daniel, Elizabeth C. Wick, Vikas Saini, Shannon Brownlee, Martin A. Makary. Overtreatment in the United States. (2017, September 6).
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