The 5 Keys To Creating Sustainable Member Behavior Change

 

It is well established how difficult it can be to engage a patient and create sustainable changes in behavior that positively impact healthcare costs.  Here are 5 “must-have” keys to your member engagement and outcome approach.  These variables are not independent of one another and, when strategically combined, create a solid, scalable platform for sustainable member behavior change

 

  1. Consistency.  There are two variables in terms of consistency that need inclusion.  The first variable is the use of a consistent method and the second is the frequency of the engagement dependent upon the risk level of the identified member population.

  2. Personalization of Member Engagement Method & Content.  Sounds easy.  However, personalizing content to increase engagement through predictive analytics, member feedback & outcomes, as well as longitudinal revision based upon changes in your member’s health is not only a key to engagement but a challenge to manage. 

  3. Evidence-based Outcomes Commitment.  Analytics rigor applied to your member engagement strategy is vital to scalability and consistent results.

  4. Determination of Underlying Barriers & Causality to Treatment Adherence.  Typically there are several variables under the 5 dimensions of adherence to long-term therapies.  The means to identify the variables, as well as the barriers and causallity, are key prior to addressing them.

  5. Broad & Deep Content Library.   A one-source library for the myriad of conditions and behaviors your members have creates familiarity and consistency for the member experience and impactful, pragmatic deployment for your organization. 

 

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