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As it was, BCBST's partial exit left many without much choice of plans.
We used deterministic matching to identify persons in BCBST and TDH data.
During the study period, [approximately equal to] 3 million Tennessee residents were insured by BCBST, and 391 (0.01%) met criteria for diagnosed Lyme disease.
Although many of these plans were combined with an HSA or an HRA, information on these companion financial instruments was not collected by BCBST.
Enrollees in DCG Category 1 were individuals whose expected cost was between 0.02 and 0.54 times the average cost of BCBST enrollee based on prior year utilization.
"There has to be an extensive interchange between the physician and the patient to earn the incentive," says Judy Slagle, director of health information and reimbursement at BCBST. An appointment reminder doesn't cut it.
BCBST identified 3,300 members eligible for the program, which is free to members, but only 150 members have enrolled so far.
For a channel-dependent organization like BCBST, the task of making internal believers in CRM was relatively minor compared with the challenge of ensuring adoption from the feet on the street, the brokers who can sometimes be reluctant to change.
BCBST needed a solution that could be highly tailored, and something salespeople would actually use.
At Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee (BCBST), the rapid transition in the early 1990s of the healthcare delivery industry towards managed care--which now accounts for 85 percent of our total business--increased our need for a more capable and easy to use information management system.
Just ask Robert Worthington, CIO and senior vice president of corporate and information services at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee (BCBST) what he and his colleagues are up to these days.
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