Lack of sustained engagement. It's one of the biggest stumbling blocks to great healthcare.
What would it take for employers to remove that stumbling block?
Direct Primary Care.
Any employer that meets the self-insuring criteria and has at least 400 employees in close proximity to where they could put a clinic should consult with their broker about adding one.
The ROI is fantastic: about $1.80 for every dollar invested.
Because the number one variable for driving a positive ROI is employee engagement. And employees can engage with Direct Primary Care far more deeply than with other models of healthcare.
On the most recent episode of the Healthcare Simplified podcast, Geb Buchness, vice president of aladina Health, joins us to talk about Direct Primary Care. Geb describes the two Direct Primary Care models out there, the consumer model and the fee-for-service model.
He also talks about what employers need to make direct primary care cost effective for them and the best way to select the right partner. Finally, he discussed measurements, tactics, and strategies for driving engagement.
To learn more about Direct Primary Care, check out the rest of our interview with Geb, the latest guest on the Healthcare Simplified podcast.