Shortlister hosted One Drop’s Dan Golder, VP of Data Science, Jamillah Hoy-Rosas, Director of Clinical Operations, and Brian Kemper, SVP of Enterprise, to share how One Drop is reimagining chronic condition care in the age of COVID-19.
2020 will be a year to remember. The United States was faced with not just a global pandemic, but another health crisis, too: chronic conditions. Since COVID-19, the healthcare landscape transformed from in-person to virtual care overnight, from 11% utilization to 46% in just months. Employers can seize this opportunity to better support employees living with chronic conditions.
Chronic conditions are a major health crisis:
Due to an increase in employee productivity and satisfaction, 52% of large employers plan offer more virtual healthcare options in 2021.
One Drop has everything you need to manage chronic conditions like prediabetes, diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure in one place. Some of the solutions they provide include reminders, data tracking, time in range, and glucose predictions. A personalized multi-condition program includes:
Research shows that incorporating support beyond the primary care physician, such as health educators, dietitians, and coaches, helps people with chronic conditions create long-lasting behavior change. One Drop’s program participants have unlimited access to a personal, certified health professional trained in behavioral science techniques. Their transformation plans help participants learn about their conditions by providing engaging educational experiences that change their habits for good.
One Drop’s self-care approach helps people reach their goals.
The shift from in-person to virtual healthcare during COVID-19 provides an unprecedented opportunity to introduce a virtual self-care program to the people who need it the most.
With One Drop, employers can reduce healthcare costs, improve the lives of their employees, and reverse the chronic conditions crisis in the US.
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