The complexity of the healthcare system can be a daunting task, especially for self-funded clients and their members. Now, technology-enabled healthcare services provider Grand Rounds Health and national employee benefits administrator Trustmark Health Benefits have partnered to provide a streamlined, personalized, and cost-effective support experience throughout the member journey.
By leveraging Grand Rounds Health’s digital clinical navigation tools and advocacy capabilities, the partnership will take care of everything that matters. Including treatment decision support, intelligent routing to top-quality in-network providers, expert opinions from world-class experts and cost transparency.
Grand Rounds Health is a technology-enabled healthcare services provider that offers self-insured employers and insurance carriers a robust set of solutions to help their employees and families navigate the complex U.S. healthcare system and achieve better clinical outcomes and cost savings in the process. We believe the company is making the most of the market for outsourced health services, which will lead to rapid growth in the years to come. The name of the game is a combination of scale and cost efficiency, all while improving the customer experience.
As healthcare costs continue to increase, there’s a growing need for effective and convenient solutions. That’s why ground rounds health benefits provide the best-in-class experience to improve clinical outcomes and cost savings for members through a holistic platform that includes expert medical opinions and healthcare navigation services that support member engagement. With the help of a strategic partner, Grand Rounds Health also offers virtual care – a solution that can be delivered to individuals with limited mobility and who are unable to attend in-person medical sessions. Designed to meet the needs of consumers, this innovative platform is supported by a dedicated customer care team that works with world-class physicians to ensure a high level of accuracy in diagnosis and treatment. This makes it easy for members to find and connect with the right physicians.
Personalized care is the next generation of healthcare, shifting the focus from reactive to proactive. This type of healthcare uses patient data and risk factors to tailor preventive screenings, recommendations for dietary changes and medical procedures, and more.
Providing personalized care means taking the time to understand each member’s needs and concerns. This can lead to better outcomes for everyone involved.
For example, a doctor may be able to use a patient’s genetic and other molecular information to proactively identify risky behaviors and predispositions to certain diseases. This can prevent illness and reduce medical costs for that patient in the future.
Personalized care is a major part of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) Long Term Plan. It brings six different parts of the NHS system together, based on a growing evidence base: shared decision making; personalised care and support planning; enabling choice; social prescribing; community based support; and personal health budgets.
Expert Medical Opinion
An expert medical opinion is a critical component of any medical malpractice or personal injury case. It helps attorneys understand the intricacies of their cases and ensure that they are able to win.
Grand Rounds, which has raised $11 million to date from Venrock and Harrison Metal, assembles a network of the top 0.1 percent of medical experts across a wide range of specialties. It then uses an algorithm to evaluate their training, the strength of their institution and their research and publication records.
The company’s staff physicians then connect with patients, getting their medical records and asking key questions. Then they use a matching algorithm to match them with the right doctor.
The company markets its system to employers — especially self-insured ones that cover employee medical costs directly — on the bet that it will save them money. It focuses on high-cost cases, such as renal cell carcinoma, mitral valve repair and spinal stenosis, rather than run-of-the-mill conditions.