More than nine percent of the US population suffers from diabetes.
And 1.5 million people are diagnosed with this costly and chronic disease each year. For Bon Secours Mercy Health (BSMH), a large hospital system that serves poor and underserved people in the Midwest, reducing the cost and community impact of diabetes was an urgent matter. Finding a pharmacy benefit manager that could support their initiatives with clinical expertise and up-to-the minute data about its patient population and individual high-risk members was key.
A multifaceted program.
BSMH developed and implemented a multifaceted diabetes
management and adherence program that included:
Expert care team.
A whole health approach.
Bon Secours Mercy Health
Clinical and financial stability.
BSMH’s efforts, in partnership with MedImpact’s team and technology, was able to achieve significant clinical and financial results.
7% improvement in number of patients with Hbg A1cs<8 mg/dl
7% improvement in members with 70% oral diabetes medication adherence
32% improvement in members on statins
21% improvement in members on ACE/ARB
5% improvement in formulary compliance with preferred diabetes medications
21% reduction in PMPM costs for prescription-related claims since the program began
20% decrease in member copays from 2017-2018
Projected savings of $1.24 million cost avoidance from program clinical interventions
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