Technology Enabled BehaviorChanges for Diabetic Patients           Presentation to Health STAT                           M...
About Patient Engagement SystemsOur Mission              To improve care by offering                technology that engage...
Behavioral Economics in HealthcareWhat’s it mean?                                  • How attributes are presented relative...
Behavioral Economics in HealthcareSo What?                          Death         • 2.4m/year                      Non adh...
Market OpportunityEmerging Market Segment            Patient engagement is a core aspect of every major                   ...
PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMA Structured Flow                                            Labs ordered by                   ...
Our PlatformSolutions for Customer Problems     Overdue for      • Automated reminders for patient and provider    recomme...
PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMDemonstrated Reductions in Utilization and Charges 0%                                          ...
PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMLower Overall Costs                                                               Effect of PES...
Summary Points            Patient Engagement is at the root of            major changes in healthcare today        Medical...
Thank YouFor more information:Jim RoseSenior Vice President, Business DevelopmentEmail: jim.rose@ptengage.comTelephone: (7...
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Technology enabled behavior changes for diabetic patients

  1. 1. Technology Enabled BehaviorChanges for Diabetic Patients Presentation to Health STAT May 12 2011
  2. 2. About Patient Engagement SystemsOur Mission To improve care by offering technology that engages primary care providers and their patients to improve the management of chronic conditions in primary care settings.2
  3. 3. Behavioral Economics in HealthcareWhat’s it mean? • How attributes are presented relatively (80% vs Framing 20% fat) Free • Higher worth placed on “free” stuff • Making decisions and changes are always Default harder that doing nothing Loss Aversion • Rather “not win” than lose Social Influences • Peer pressure is stronger than we believe Sources: Dan Ariely, Predictably Irrational
  4. 4. Behavioral Economics in HealthcareSo What? Death • 2.4m/year Non adherence • $290b/year to Meds No show for MD appt • $150b/year Obesity • $148b/year Sources: Personal Decisions Are the Leading Cause of Death, Duke University Study New England Healthcare Institute National Health Statistic Report National Center for Health Statistics
  5. 5. Market OpportunityEmerging Market Segment Patient engagement is a core aspect of every major initiative in health care today Patient Center Accountable Care Reimbursement & Medical Homes Organizations Incentives
  6. 6. PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMA Structured Flow Labs ordered by Provider1. Provider orders labs2. Test results gathered in central data repository3. Proprietary algorithms analyze data for chronic Timely, secure transmission condition-specific factors • Diabetes (a1C, lipid profile, urine microalbumin) • Chronic Kidney Disease (createnine, eGFR, BUN, hemoglobin, electrolytes)4. Results modeled5. PCP receives analytics • flow sheets • treatment reminders Analytics for Patient Alerts & PES • population reports & disease Reminders PLATFORM Practice / EMR registry6. Patient receives • alerts Activated Prepared • care reminders Patient Provider7. Reports sent to case managers Ideal Clinical Encounter
  7. 7. Our PlatformSolutions for Customer Problems Overdue for • Automated reminders for patient and provider recommended • Connects patient and practice test • Increases recommended testing up to 74% • Automated patient alerts Lab results • Provider flow sheets require action • Supports best practices Population • Population “report cards” and roster health • Reduce “lost to follow ups” management • Manage to incentive and P4P objectives
  8. 8. PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMDemonstrated Reductions in Utilization and Charges 0% 0%-5% -5%-10% -10% -11% -11% -10%-15% -13% -15% -13% -15% -15%-20% -20% Total IP -22% Admissions Charges-25% -25% ER Visits -27% Total ER-30% -28% -30% Charges-35% -35%-40% -40% -39%-45% -42% -45% All < 65 65> All < 65 65> From Khan S, et al. The Effect of the Vermont Diabetes Information System on Inpatient and Emergency Department Use: Results from a Randomized Trial. Health Outcomes Research in Medicine 2010 1:61-66.
  9. 9. PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMLower Overall Costs Effect of PES Platform on Claims Paid Lowess Smoothing 500 Claims Paid per Member Validated 400 in NIH per Month ($) Clinical Trials 300 200 Control PES Group 100 -48 -36 -24 -12 0 12 24 36 48 Months Vertical line represents the start date for PES group patients and a randomly chosen date for control patients
  10. 10. Summary Points Patient Engagement is at the root of major changes in healthcare today Medical groups will need to adopt Patient Engagement as a core business strategy Actively engaging patients and providers in the care process results in improved finances, operations, and outcomes10
  11. 11. Thank YouFor more information:Jim RoseSenior Vice President, Business DevelopmentEmail: jim.rose@ptengage.comTelephone: (703) 537-5050

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