HGS AxisPoint Health is a technology-enabled care management services company focused on applying whole-person interventions to improve healthcare outcomes, reduce costs, and increase satisfaction.
Our whole-person approach identifies and addresses root causes of non-compliance and unhealthy behaviors. Root causes are often undiagnosed or underdiagnosed behavioral health or substance use issues driven largely by social determinants of health (SDoH).
Innovative, proprietary approach designed to uncover and address the “root causes”
Compliant yet flexible rules-engine
Enables omnichannel engagement
Proprietary clinical content
Hired for empathy, listening, openness
Skilled at quickly developing trust
Trained on enabling behavior change
Proprietary predictive model on who to engage, who will engage, and who will benefit
Based on Physical, Behavioral, Social, and Life Factors (e.g., Frailty, Social Deprivation)
Four core solutions
Case and disease management
Two distinct, yet integrated, NCQA accredited programs supporting health plan needs to deliver care coordination and condition-specific care management to members.
Special needs plans model of care (SNP MOC)
A process-driven, highly disciplined care coordination program designed to meet compliance needs, improve member health and satisfaction, and reduce healthcare costs for D-SNP and C-SNP members.
A specialized program that enables individuals to age on their own terms in their own homes by leveraging a purpose-built frailty assessment and by deploying individualized interventions to address frailty, cognitive decline, and falls prevention.
Multi-chronic care management
Launching in Fall 2021, a specialized intervention program for members with three or more chronic conditions. These are the 5% of members who drive up to 60% of costs and are the most challenging to engage.
Government-sponsored healthcare programs
Special needs plans (SNPs)
Long-term care insurance carriers
AxisPoint Health optimizes opportunities to increase revenue (satisfaction; HEDIS, STARS, and CAHPS; appropriate risk adjustment) while delivering on the Quadruple Aim of: