Engaging members with chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension can be challenging. Untreated, these conditions can lead to complications like heart attack and stroke. Remote patient monitoring may be helpful for giving health plans insight into member progress at home, but tracking biometrics is just the first step.
To truly affect outcomes and close gaps in care, plans need a window into their members’ health needs at home. In this webinar, two healthcare leaders will discuss new data from Wellframe’s Member Impact Reports, which offer a view into engagement trends plus insights that can improve chronic condition management. Attendees will learn:
- Key strategies to reduce blood sugar and blood pressure among members with diabetes and hypertension
- The correlation between digital health experience and outcomes
- Considerations for evaluating a biometrics solution
SVP of Health Plan Strategy, Wellframe
Prior to joining Wellframe, Nilima served as VP, Market Analytics, Products and Solutions at Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC). Nilima provided strategic and operational leadership for the full product portfolio for employers, gaining a broad understanding of member and customer needs as well as health plan operations. She also previously led strategic assessments for the BCBS Board of Blue Plan CEOs while working at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
I addition, Nilima serves on the Board of Esperanza Health Centers, a FQHC serving the communities of Chicago’s southwest side.
Director of Data Analytics, Wellframe
Caroline Rhodes joined Wellframe in 2020, and currently oversees the Data Science, Analytics Engineering, and Analytics teams. Her expertise is in analytics engineering, and was a featured speaker at Coalesce 2022, dbt Labs’ analytics engineering conference. In her time at Wellframe, Caroline facilitated the development and expansion of an internal data warehouse and reporting capabilities, which are critical to gleaning digital insights and understanding organizational impact.