One in five Americans will develop a mental health disorder in their lives, and it is believed that this has a direct negative impact on their physical health. Lower-severity BH conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD have the ability to impact the outcomes of the chronic conditions they impact - including CHF, Diabetes, and CKD.
On average, patients with BHCC comorbidities cost ~50% more than patients with just chronic conditions. Addressing this connection remains a priority for healthcare organizations, but there’s a gap in identifying the right patients for care.
By shifting the focus to proactive care that addresses the underlying behavioral health risk, healthcare organizations can improve cost of care associated with chronic conditions.
Diagnostic Robotics’ Intelligent Care Journeys empowers health plans and risk-bearing providers with actionable insights, leveraging vast external data to deliver personalized next steps for every patient.
Reduce Chronic Condition Care Costs with Early Identification & Treatment
Per engaged patient in a BHCC program with a large national health plan
Clinical next steps that reduce chronic condition costs driven by unresolved behavioral health issues
37 year old, FemaleThe model identified a patient initially diagnosed with an adjustment disorder following a motor vehicle accident. Subsequently, this condition evolved into an anxiety disorder, accompanied by the development of a chronic pain syndrome, which led to increased opioid consumption. These events collectively contributed to hospitalization due to uncontrolled type 1 diabetes
Lower chronic condition costs by preventing hospitalizations
Understand why your patients are at risk and recommend next steps for care based on the main risk factors based on their impact on future risk and costs
Lower Care Costs and Improve Outcomes with Intelligent Care Journeys