Lyndhurst, NJ (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
IncentOne, the leading provider of incentive solutions to the healthcare community, announced the formation of a specialized consulting services unit to help customers drive consumer and provider behavior using incentives. The practice leverages IncentOne’s “first mover” experience, 4,000 programs and over 30 million transactions of actual incentive and engagement data. IncentOne’s consulting services will be offered not only to clients using IncentOne’s Health Power™ platform but to those developing strategies or using their own or a third party incentive platform. IncentOne’s practice will be organized under two main areas: consumer and provider.
“We found that regardless of whether a company was using our platform, there was a strong need for consumer and provider strategy, sales and marketing assistance, and the need to evaluate and optimize current program designs and execution,” said Michael Dermer, President and CEO of IncentOne. “Our consulting practice will help customers engage consumers and providers with incentives by developing and optimizing strategies, design and execution regardless of the platform they are using.”
IncentOne consultants are thought leaders in the healthcare industry with specific areas of knowledge and expertise, providing guidance into existing and emerging consumer and provider initiatives and techniques including:
IncentOne delivers cost savings and health improvement by engaging healthcare consumers and providers through the use of incentives. IncentOne serves customers representing more than 75 million lives, has processed 30 million health transactions and driven 20 million health milestones through 130 data partners. IncentOne’s Universal Remote™ technology enables customers to drive “any action for any value for any reward via any medium” and to align incentives not only to long-term savings but also to immediate and intermediate savings via its Trifecta™ methodology. IncentOne’s solutions are married with leading-edge strategies such as value-based benefit design, medical homes, accountable care organizations, telehealth, pay-for-performance and provider payment reform to deliver true engagement. IncentOne programs target consumers to improve utilization, increase prevention, avoid hospitalizations, reduce readmissions, choose lower cost providers, reduce health risks, increase medication adherence, and steer benefit selection; and providers to adopt e-prescribing and EMR technology, adhere to treatment protocols, and improve patient safety. For more information go to http://www.IncentOne.com.
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