An intervention is a treatment, activity or action to help manage or improve health.  With only 20% or less of health outcomes attributed to the healthcare system, “managing health” may need to include interventions that are not reimbursed by the healthcare system and may be provided by non-clinical professionals, the patient and the patient’s care giver.

  • Healthcare Interventions – interventions that typically get reimbursed by healthcare insurance like Medicare.
  • E Interventionsinterventions that typically do not get reimbursement from traditional health insurance, yet will likely improve health, health outcomes and reduce overall cost.
  • Patient/Caregiver Interventions – activities or actions by patients and caregivers that will likely improve health, health outcomes and reduce overall cost.
  • Health Insurance Payment Models – incentives for patients to improve health behavior and for healthcare systems and physicians to design interventions that improve health, health outcomes and reduce overall cost.
  • Organization Interventions – interventions by health insurers, employers, communities and governments that include health, health outcomes and reduce overall cost

E Intervention Programs – What Works?

E Intervention Health Services – What Works?

E Intervention Support Services – What Works?

Patient/Caregiver Interventions – What Works?

Health Insurance Payment Models – What Works?

Organizational Interventions – What Works?