Simplified Health Insurance Exchange Integration
IntegrateOnce™ – One Connection Many Exchanges
Health Insurance Plan Insight™ for Individual Insurance
Oxlo helps Healthcare organizations manage the risks of a rapidly changing competitive landscape. Oxlo enhances their ability to remain nimble and release well-timed competitive plan rate and coverage’s for precisely defined market segments.
OXLO HEALTH INSURANCE INSIGHT™ is a logical comparison tool used for maintaining/releasing new Health plan offerings. The ease of use Oxlo “Visual Dashboards” also aid the decision process for evaluating Health Care Plan Insurers relationships.
Health Insurance Plan Insight™ for Small Group Insurance
Oxlo Health Insurance Insight™ quickly provides the data you need to effectively plan, price and promote individual health insurance plans. Using a unique integration platform, Oxlo Health Insurance Insight™ provides actionable rate and plan details about individual health insurance offered by more than 130 insurers across all 50 states.
Access local, regional or national competitive markets with timely information from Oxlo. Oxlo provides industry wide Insurance Plan Data Aggregation, Plan Review & Rate Monitoring, Data Feeds, and a Reporting Engine, all currently used by the leading national Health Insurers.
IntegrateOnce™ Connect To Many
By leveraging Oxlo’s Open Healthcare Integration Network (OHIN™) for your Healthcare Exchange integration needs you outsource all the integration heavy lifting and simplify your problem set down to focusing on your internal business systems needs.
Health Plans Need to Position Their Business
CEOs of Health Plans need to position their business in response to new MLR requirements. It used to be that you could offset the “bad years” with the “good years”. Not anymore.
Obtain and Retain New Health Plan Subscribers
You must embrace and execute sound forward-thinking consumer centric marketing strategies.
Meet Needs of Federal & State Exchanges
Position Your Business to Easily Support The Requirements and Integration Needs of Federal & State Exchanges.
Dedication to Reduction of Health Care Costs
To encourage patients and payers to buy health care products, ACOs will need to prove that the overall health care product they’re creating works better and costs less than competing products.
Hospitals and other providers are obtaining more “critical mass” and their network footprints are growing via mergers and provider consolidations, intending to reach ever broader geographic markets. Competitive insurance plan information is essential to managing these aggressive strategies.
The race for hospitals to form ACO’s will cause a cascading effect on the market, where ACO’s (as they evolve) will clearly be positioned to compete with health insurance carriers for Commercial Small Group as well as individual subscribers. Alternatively, ACO’s may work collaboratively with existing health insurance providers, creating united contracting and risk funding organizations. Either way, the new challenge for each of these hybrid models will be real time market insight and competitive pricing precision.
A successful accountable care organization (ACO) model combines:
- Advanced technology that continuously collects and shares patient information with doctors and provides clinical decision support backed by current medical evidence.
- Personalized care management and support for patients.
- Capabilities to aggregate automated data for quality reporting and analytics purposes.
- Financial arrangements that encourage doctors to share in the improvement of patients’ health and reflects additional time and resources needed to care for patients with chronic conditions.