Massachusetts has been one of the states hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some ways that the AllWays Health Partners Population Health and Analytical teams have responded to assist our population. This includes developing specialized outreach programs and expanding or transforming existing services.
Today's post from our broker blog, AllWays Insider, discusses how fear of COVID-19 is keeping patients from getting necessary care. Knowing what your patients are nervous about and why can help you encourage them to get the care they need.
Massachusetts has entered Phase 2 of Governor Baker's reopening plan, but some of your patients may still prefer to have groceries and other essentials delivered. Today we're sharing tips to help your patients get their necessary medications without going into a pharmacy.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, AllWays Health Partners has seen a tremendous increase in the utilization of telehealth services. It’s unclear if telehealth will remain popular after COVID-19, but insurance companies are taking notice of the change, including AllWays Health Partners. 17% of our total population has started to receive health care services through this platform compared to 0.02% in 2019.
Since COVID-19 has closed gyms across the country, many people are struggling to keep up with their fitness routine or have given up altogether. But just because your patients are stuck inside their homes doesn’t mean they can’t have good workouts. Tomorrow is National Senior Health and Fitness Day, but fitness is important for all age groups throughout the year. It’s well-known that exercise can improve mood and reduce the risk of depression, benefits that everyone could use during the current crisis. Here are some home workout resources for you to share with your patients and perhaps use yourself.