Managing Chronic Conditions Through Medical and Specialty Benefits Integration

Managing Chronic Conditions Through Medical and Specialty Benefits Integration

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“We look across the benefit silos, which gives us new insights into the members and their symptoms, as well as where they are in their health journeys,” says Larry Ciembroniewicz, Product Director with UnitedHealthcare Specialty Benefits. “We can find new levers to engage members that medical alone cannot provide.”

The seamless orchestration of medical and specialty benefits — vision, dental and financial protection — is designed to create a unified, simplified experience for each employee. And the data shows a positive impact on outcomes, experiences and affordability, including:

  • 15% better identification of chronic conditions, including diabetes.
  • 57% of at-risk members return to medical care after seeing their eye care provider.
  • Over $5 PMPM in medical claim savings.

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