Read this guide to learn how to improve outcomes and lower total cost of care by engaging providers and members.
Behavioral health lags in objectively measuring patient outcomes. How do providers measure patient progress? What are the evidence-based outcomes necessary to measure? And, how do plans, providers, and members all participate in outcomes data gathering and reporting to improve
overall behavioral health?
In this guide, we’ll explore the fundamental building blocks of using measurement-based care (MBC) to maximize the value of your behavioral health network. See best practices from Companion Benefit Alternatives, a behavioral health plan. Learn how your organization can incorporate outcomes data to improve clinical outcomes and lower the total cost of care.
Download the guide to learn more about:
- Key success factors to implement value-based care in behavioral health
- Using outcomes data to create a high-value network
- Best practices for strategies to get started