How can health plan quality managers best spend their time and resources to better engage difficult to reach populations? Part of the answer lies in the ‘retailization’ of healthcare. Plans need to meet existing and potential plan members where they are, while they are engaged in their health, especially including retail pharmacy visits to incentivize healthy behavior.
- How much time do Walmart shoppers spend in the pharmacy?
- What does the ‘retailization’ of healthcare mean for health plans?
- How can health plans use a retail experience to learn more about the social determinants of population health, then put that learning to work to close care gaps and improve quality measures?
Nearly 3 million Americans interact each month with Pursuant Health’s multi-channel platform including its nationwide network of wellness kiosks. There are currently more than 2,800 located within Walmart stores across the country. In fact, 79 percent of the U.S. population lives within 10 miles of a Pursuant Health kiosk.
In a quick-hitting webinar, Walmart and Pursuant Health will address ways health plans can get ahead of the “retailization” of healthcare curve, reward members while in-store to encourage healthy diets and behaviors, and gather valuable new member data for difficult to reach populations to help close gaps in care and improve compliance with quality measures.