• Safe and secure

  • Quick and easy

  • web-based solution

  • 24/7 Customer Service

Rate form

4.1 Statisfied

279 votes

Must-do's in Signing the Humana Health Wellness Order Form on Mobile

Utilize CocoSign's wealth of templates and tailor-make your own Humana Health Wellness Order Form following the guide below, reducing turnaround time massively and streamlining your workflow like no other.

Enter the data needed in the blank area

Draw or add your professional signature

Press "Done" to keep the modifications.

  1. in the beginning, select on the wide collection of forms available at CocoSign for the desired file.
  2. Then browse the chosen form to get a clear idea which parts are to be filled.
  3. Next, enter the the data needed in the blank fillable fields.
  4. Examine the form again making sure you haven't missed anything.
  5. When you have affirmed that everything is correct, you can sign it by clicking the "Sign" instruction.
  6. Customize the form by appending your digital signature.
  7. Save the document by pressing the button "Done".
  8. You are free to print, save, download the document or send it to other recipients.
  9. In case of any query, reach out to contact our support team.

CocoSign presents you smart electronic sign solution to edit, sign and share documents remotely. Enhance your professionalism and producitivity with CocoSign.

Thousands of companies love CocoSign

Create this form in 5 minutes or less
Fill & Sign the Form

Notes on filling the Humana Health Wellness Order Form

youtube video

Get Your Humana Health Wellness Order Form Signed In One Minute

hello everyone and welcome to today's.webinar 2020 state of healthcare.breaking down trends and innovations in.digital health sponsored by the lytic I.mean behaved I'm your moderator for this.event a few items before we begin the.webcast is being streamed through your.computer so there is no dial in number.for the best audio quality please make.sure your sound is up this webinar is.being recorded and will be available on.demand within 24 hours after the event.time permitting we will follow the.presentations with a Q&A session please.submit your questions using the.questions and the answers tab on the.left side of your screen with that let's.begin we have with us three incredible.and the student speakers with us today.that I would like to introduce first we.have drew Shiller drew is the chief.executive officer and co-founder of.oolitic the market leader in platform.solutions for personal health data drew.is solving foundational data and.workflow challenges in healthcare.connecting data from patients in-home.clinical and consumer health devices.with the provider or health plan with.the mission to improve the quality of.human life through technology that makes.personal data actionable the lytic is.helping power health and wellness.programs for millions with organizations.like Kaiser Permanente Optim Weight.Watchers and of course Humana and.Cleveland Clinic thanks for being here.today drew how do we hope to have with.us yeah great.we also have with us dr. Peter Rasmussen.dr. Rasmussen is the medical director of.digital health and professor of.Neurosurgery in the cerebral vascular.center at the Cleveland Clinic as.medical director of digital health he is.charged with guiding the clinic's.overall digital health strategy as well.as the implementation of their digital.medicine portal express care online.which is the clinic spiritual portal for.on-demand scheduled and new remote.consultation services thank you for.joining us today dr. rescues places oh.great we also have Jeffrey joining us.today Jeff is the senior vice president.of Humana wellness solutions and he is.responsible for Lee.Humana's wellness business Jeff leads a.team focused on using behavior science.consumer data and digital solutions to.improve population health.Jeff oversees Humana's wellness and.reward solution including its flagship.offering go 365 which is a nationally.recognized rewards and incentives.program that encourages members to make.healthy lifestyle choices.thank you for joining us today Jeff nice.to be here I'm looking forward to this.conversation we're going to discuss.everything including new data sources to.measure personal health and social needs.how Medicare Advantage plans will.operate in future why new market.entrants are driving innovation and.where we can expect to see investments.from CMS with an election on the horizon.and healthcare at the forefront of.social and political conversations our.panelists will be breaking down the key.trends innovations and status quos for.the year ahead we have some slated.questions drafted for our speakers today.and we urge you our audience to submit.your own questions for drew dr..Rasmussen and Jeff use in the Q&A box on.the left side of your screen so let's.dive into today's topics Healthcare is.no longer relying solely on standard.clinical measures or data generated in.the clinical setting to guide treatment.decisions continuous monitoring provided.by wearables and smartphone apps gives.health care access to ongoing data.reflective of person's lifestyle and.behavior this whole health or total.health approach to wellness and care is.driving better treatments and outcomes.for populations true let's begin with.you why is health care moving towards.the measurement of total health Whole.Health what new data are being sought as.a result yeah absolutely a great.question and appreciate the opportunity.you know I think one of the things that.excites me so much about the my.co-panelists that we have here today is.that we have Jeff Reed from Humana whose.really focuses on the health and Senate.side of the health plan space and dr..Rasmussen who really.focuses on care delivery and how.patients can receive better care in a.remote monitoring context and those two.worlds are actually starting to come.closer and closer and I think this.question really starts to get the crux.of it so doing five years ago.organizations like Humana and Cleveland.Clinic and not speaking on behalf of.them or just speaking in general terms.by using them as examples we're really.focused on utilizing the data that they.had available so our clients were really.focused on you know claim data if they.were a health plan and really maximizing.the value of the claims data that they.had and and the health system side.really maximizing that the usage of the.utilization of the EMR data they had on.patients however over the last few years.I think this has been driven in part due.to value-based care initiatives but.there's been a really big shift to.understand more of what's happening in.people's daily lives and that's you know.including including other types of data.so combining claims and EMR and labs but.then also bringing to bear data like.social determinants and also personal.health data and that can be from.wearable devices but also in home.monitoring devices as well as health.apps on a phone that are tracking daily.behaviors and the reason is that these.data when you combine them create a.whole picture of what's actually.happening with an individual and the.benefit is that it allows us to.personalize interventions and deliver.care it's going to be really personally.meaningful to the individuals receiving.that care and will ultimately drive.healthier behaviors and improve outcome.so I think that you know where as.population health really used to look at.population stratification now we're.starting to look at stratification for.interventions but the data on.individuals to help customize and tailor.those interventions to bring to deliver.care that's really meaningful for that.individual person great continuing to.dig into this idea dr. Rasmussen in what.ways do you see the use of social needs.and personal health data driving.advancements in health equity well.very interested in data that's being.generated acquired from patient sent.home and for many years we've been.working in the space of patient.generated data and acquiring the data.around social determinants of health and.aggregated integrating that into our.clinical board a portfolio of.information about our patients so we've.been pleased with our partnership with.política de tanned our ability to bring.in generate a data both through consumer.grade devices that we supplied to our.patients as well as to work with tools.such as patient questionnaires that we.pushed out to them through our mobile.app this really allows us to provide a.better picture of the patient and.understand what their needs are and what.their risk of system is going to be for.readmission or needs for aftercare after.hospitalization like school nursing.facilities or other facilities in.addition we've been using patient.generated data to really help manage.more chronically ill or potentially.chronically ill patient population so I.think a lot of one of your talked about.so far is focusing on wellness.initiatives we found a tremendous.traction with our clinicians and using.connected devices in patients who are.sick so as an example in my own practice.of as a stroke surgeon many patients are.affected because they have chronic.hypertension and what we traditionally.do is just send patients on after.hospitalization hoping that the blood.pressure measurement that we've guessed.for these patients is going to work but.we really have no idea what the success.is and clearly a good percentage of.patients get to be admitted to the.hospital subsequently because of poor.compression control or medication.adherence and by using such things as.connected blood pressure cuffs we're.able to really fine-tune the management.of these patients and I've shown good.improvement in medication adherence and.disease control this is Jeff Reid I'd.like to add a bit to the converse.around how Humana has started to think.differently about individual data you.know connected clinical data to drive.better outcomes for our members and the.earlier speakers were talking about.there were so many use cases in which.this data when combined provide powerful.outcomes you know for Americans as we're.looking for you know better better.health care decisions to be made and.some of the examples of that we're.testing is our ability to take consumer.generated information that we collect.through devices and through surveys and.commentary that that we collect through.digital engaged experiences and starting.to pass that along with a consumers.permission to care providers as we visit.in the home it's pretty interesting to.be able to see a senior in a home as an.example and be able to know that they.were active the day before or that they.you know died completed a couple of the.goals that may have been set for them.and to use that moment to encourage them.to continue that activity so the.opportunity is is taking the data that.we so often be collecting for the last.few years and in many cases creating.more entertainment and more activity for.the individual to take action and.starting to combine that with other.clinical data to drive outcomes and.better decisions.specifically when we're reading with.members in the home yeah totally Jeff.and you know building on that this is.drew built building on that really.briefly on the other side when you think.about so you certainly using the data.for for personal engagement on the.consumer side is critical we can also.use the data for to help the clinicians.engage in the right way to to doctorís.nuisance points so you know when when.Peter was talking about clinicians using.this to help monitor folks who may not.be managing their blood pressure very.well being able to proactively let care.team a care team know that this.particular individual.recorded a reading in a certain number.of days or the you know the blood.pressure readings that there have.there's a concerning trend over time and.raising up those alerts so that the care.team doesn't have to worry about.reaching out to all of the patients in a.program and finding out what's going on.but they in some so spending their time.checking in they can actually spend more.time helping out with just the.individuals who really need the extra.care and attention I think that's.another really critical piece of this.too is to help you can tailor individual.interventions by helping the clinicians.understand who to focus on terrific our.second topic centers on how roles will.continue to blur between payers.providers and new market entrants into.and beyond 20/20 how will this shift.drive consumers competition and.innovation with data this is Jeff I'll.I'll start answering the question and.certainly welcome comments from my panel.participants you know what's pretty.staggering to me is that if you look at.2019 the spin in healthcare is going to.approach three point eight trillion.pretty big number and there's a lot of.room for a lot of participants to drive.innovation and partnership and.competition of course and then I've been.pretty intrigued with with how the.retail organizations are moving into.healthcare we've had a lot of.conversations companies like Google.Walmart BestBuy and they have done a.fair amount of work trying to figure out.how to use healthcare as a lever to.further engage their constituents and.then also how they can be a player in.driving more access to care one thing.that you quickly learn when you enter.the healthcare industry is that.healthcare is very local and if you look.at healthcare being local it's not only.in working with local hospitals or with.with providers that are traditionally.providing the service now retailers are.setting up their own.clinics and their own access point to.drive you know more customer engagement.with their day to day health needs.recently Walmart opened their first.clinic in the state of Georgia where.they're offering PCP care and typical.diagnostic services without primary.focus of bringing on the price point of.those basic health care needs for the.constituents and the customers at their.core audience what's also interesting is.that with the innovation of bringing.health care closer to a retail.experience I'm very intrigued with the.advent of these concierge services that.are also in these clinics an example of.that you know Humana recently.established a partnership with Walgreens.in Kansas City and as part of that.partnership we set up a concierge health.navigator desk right there in the retail.store and it's used by Humana members or.just Walgreen customers to help access.navigate get general information about.questions but even more and more also.asking about how they navigate the use.of digital tools to engage in their help.so there's something that's pretty neat.role for I think a lot of these.retailers to play.I think Best Buy and Apple have an.interesting model with a with with Best.Buy's Geek Squad and with the with the.stores that apples also have self health.capabilities with with their help desk.so imagine turning them into a Health.Care focus and I think there's going to.be a lot of innovation of driving those.type of care services but navigators.that are sitting in some of these retail.locations and for seniors as we start to.use more technology to drive access to.care in the home there's going to be.more in need of how do I do this and how.do I connect this end.to make sure that that I'm comfortable.and using the technology I think there's.a lot of services that are to come to.help navigate this eerie place that that.a lot of these seniors will see as.they're figuring out how to navigate the.healthcare picture as they move use more.and more digital services I'm pretty.excited about the new competition and.partnership that that retailers getting.involved in in this market will bring.innovation towards the consumer.experience speaking from a traditional.healthcare delivery system we're really.which was routed in in a patient's.coming to our facilities our offices for.standard evaluation and management type.services we've really had to start to.pay attention now to the increasing.consumers and that's coming along in.medicine among patients and trying to.meet their expectations in healthcare.like any other consumer has working with.any other business something as simple.as online scheduling into appointments.was really an unknown idea to us two to.three years ago and we've had to work.hard in a very short period of time to.do such things as allow patients to.schedule appointments online without.making a phone call to the office or the.call center and to automatically.patients on wait lists which are just.really standard in many other other.industries in addition it's only been up.to the last two weeks where we've really.launched our own branded mobile app for.our patients and not latching on to no.epics my chart like many other areas we.we recognize that digital tools are very.important for patients and their.engagement is an expectation amongst.certainly younger generations and even.older generations that digital tools be.available to help track their health and.to access health care and to that end to.try to make it more friendly for our.patients these instituted things very.similar to Apple style genius bars in.our main campus hospital so when.patients are.bribed if you will digital tools like.our mobile app or virtual video visits.or connected devices.I like brought pressure cuffs or scales.or remote cardiac bond or any devices we.have a patient facing very patient.friendly a team of individuals who are.there to help our patients I get set up.on these digital tools that we can.extend the reach of our my care into the.patient's home I think you bring up some.on some good points there and I think.that wherever will meet the road when.our customers start to need to interact.outside of the ecosystem that we own you.gave some great examples of the hundl.system where the experience can be.controlled from scheduling to to the.services that go across the provider.network that you are connected to but.the moment the customer or the patient.moves to a different part of their.healthcare experience at a pharmacy.that's not connected or to a PCP that is.outside the network that is where the.opportunity becomes a little bit harder.to serve and where appointment.scheduling and the ability to move.information in an interoperable way.becomes harder for us to deliver this.integrated experience and I think those.that are entering healthcare are going.to see these problems pretty quickly as.those have been you know serving.patients in this industry for a while so.the examples of the Walmart in the.googles of the world they'll do quite.well when it comes to the information.that are created and maintaining the.systems they they they create but when.you go outside of that that's where.where it's going to be harder and so you.know our initial conversations with some.of these early entrants they're already.coming up against that and so the big.trend around interoperability of data.becomes the holy grail in my mind that.needs to be solved in order for these.retail light experience to be persistent.across the whole healthcare journey and.I think that's that's something that we.as an industry have a lot of work to do.there's tons of innovation and effort.going and interoperability but more work.to be done around standardization and.government.role in driving bad adoption at a.quickened pace yeah okay I'm sorry I.just yeah there's no question I think.there's some role for governments and.policy in helping out with.interoperability and standards there at.the same time I don't think healthcare.systems can wait for that to happen for.those standards to be implemented and.that's one of the very nice things about.a solution like oolitic when we.approached our physicians five to six.years ago about remote monitoring.programs at home what became very clear.to us is that they really weren't.interested in getting data in isolation.from the patients in their home like.just getting a stream of blood pressures.coming in or a series of weights for.patients that were monitoring for weight.management purposes they were very.insistent that they to be inter.intercalated into our electronic health.record and developing that kind of.interface was crucial it took us some.time to do that and clearly it's much.more robust.now that we've been working with oolitic.so I think there it's nice if it's going.to be mandated at a policy level but at.the same time there's solutions that.exist today and there's no need to wait.for that yeah totally Theater and.building on that what's exciting for me.about the consumer focused companies.that are really entering healthcare is.that by and large we're seeing.partnerships rather than folks trying to.you know come in and quote-unquote.disrupt from the outside so you know.some of the public examples of this I.think would be you know the clinic which.is the the Cleveland Clinic and American.well partnership or actually joint.venture you know where they're bringing.you know best-in-class technology and.clinicians to their to drive some new.initiatives and you know I can I can.speak at a very high level and some of.the initiatives and conversations we.have been involved with the team in oh.we're you know there are some some some.learnings and and consumer engagement.strategies that are being brought to.bear from.you know from the traditional retail.space and brought into healthcare in new.ways that frankly no single company.could deliver a solution like this on.its own but when you combine a great.healthcare company with a great consumer.company consumer engagement company the.combined results end up being something.that is definitely greater than the sum.of its parts and that that's what I'm.really excited for and bullish on when I.think about how these new initiatives.can really start to move the needle in.healthcare and engage folks in new ways.true what do you see as the largest.barrier for health plans and systems.trying to innovate with technology oh.well um yeah so shifting gears uh what.one of the one of the biggest barriers I.see to this technology driven innovation.is really operational infrastructure and.capabilities and focus to actually.implement these solutions you know there.are as Peter mentioned when he was.talking about you know the number of.things that they have to consider just.for example automatic scheduling of.employment you know there are a lot of.competing priorities internally inside.of health plans and health systems but.what I will say is when personal when.personnel operations are are prioritized.to implement these kind of solutions the.program's themselves have a dramatic.improvement on patient care and so one.example this is one of our clients is a.large IDN and they really focus when.implementing a remote monitoring.solution on how to operationally.implement a consumer focused strategy.and they've seen fantastic results like.a full point drop in a onesie for their.diabetic patients within a few months.time a reduction in call times for their.care managers of over 60% 88% of the.physicians who have patients enrolled in.the program crave at the program save.some time you know just all across the.board.tons of fantastic results but really the.technology that we implemented with them.was by and large straightforward like.there is no machine learning and AI that.was part of the solution it was really.you know a just a very well-defined.well-run a technology solution that had.a that had a really strong operational.basis I mean the really the key.component for the success of the program.were that the technology was embedded in.the workflow so there was no debate so.that there's no new behaviors that the.care team and clinical staff had to.learn and second was that there's a.really strong operating plan across the.organization so that everyone knew their.role in the program and how to drive.value for patients and I think what.we're seeing is that folks are starting.to develop their operational chops for.implementing these programs but that's.really where you know where we have to.get to in order to able scale these.programs because the the the program's.of oolitic has been a part of at least.have shown strong clinical success and.the ability to actually improve outcomes.for patients but only when the.operational operational strategies are.in place from the health plans and.health systems so it's pretty.interesting as we think about this.interoperability question we also find.that there is a large opportunity to.figure it out for the care giver as more.and more decisions are made as a family.or you have a loved one going through.the process with you when one of the big.barriers is is the ability to share.private information to have the right.permissions and to keep those.permissions current for the.interoperability of the conversation.between carotene and and so you know.Humana has worked probably pretty.diligently over the last couple years to.strengthen our ability to provide access.to caregivers as they are shepherding.their loved one through through their.care or their care regime so Esther.as you think about you know the Linux.role and in sharing information in.creating the mechanisms to do that have.you seen a lot of conversation around.how that's being driven for caregivers.yeah absolutely it's one of the things.that we get asked about and talked about.quite a lot it's one thing to surface.the data that can be used that can be.useful for clinical teams as and it's.another for for patients but you're.right it's also important for caregivers.and the way that we tend to think about.about this at políticas we view we try.to surface the right data for care teams.and care teams there is a clinical staff.component of care teams but there's also.a patient focused I should say a family.member of focus caregiver on the cleric.team as well and so you know one of the.one of the things that we are doing.internally is working really hard on how.we can I won't say I'll say this we.haven't nailed the answer there but we.are actively thinking really hard on how.to solve the problem and and and I think.we're zeroing in on a solution there.certain soon but we are actively talking.with with our partners like team Anna on.you know what does the care team.experience look like for you like how.would how would you like to partner in.developing this kind of solution yeah I.think gave the nail on the head there.for the house system standpoint of the.there are two big barriers that are.really loom for us.one is payment and reimbursement.fortunately the MA is put forward at.pretty robust portfolio ORS in the.process of putting forward a robust.portfolio with CPT codes to account for.a lot of the digital health behavior.that's happening now Orkut being.contemplated from the near future so.that will certainly help to advance some.of the payment issues things like remote.patient monitoring which i think is very.beneficial to patients it's you know now.a service that has CPT codes and CMS has.begun coverage for this.it's not perfect there's still some.limitations in the codes there they.could be a little bit more robust than.what they are particularly around places.service but it is improving and getting.better other errors were we've had a.difficulty in our system driving change.is really at the I would say the.mid-level clinical leadership level so.we've enjoyed very strong CEO support in.our organization both of their current.CEO and our previous CEO Toby cosgrove.really got us launched on a current.modern era of digital revolution and the.frontline caregivers at the Cleveland.Clinic the physicians and the advanced.practice providers I mean we're all.employed providers in our organization.and will effectively just do what our.managers and our bosses will do that's.not that's not that leadership level.commitment it's not always translating.down to the lower levels and there.certainly is some resistance among some.some not all of the clinical leadership.those problems are so slowly being.solved in those areas where we seem very.strong clinical leadership adoption we.see great innovation and how care has.been delivered and really some.tremendous improvements for our patients.terrific our third and final trend.focuses on new care delivery models I'm.curious how our panelists think new.health plan offerings will advance the.drive to value-based care in the.upcoming year.Jeff Medicare Advantage now covers.one-third of Medicare beneficiaries and.that number continues to grow.year-over-year what do we expect from.Medicare Advantage of the future they're.going to expect a lot of change in.Medicare Advantage of the future it's.quite staggering that there were over.10,000 Americans that aged in at 65.every day so there's a lot of people.that will be looking for healthcare.solutions over the age of 65 now and you.know.over the next 10 to 15 years for sure.you know Medicare Advantage you know.traditionally has been developed in an.often in the insurance industry talk.about it by a set of contracts you know.for instance in the state of Tennessee.when you have a Medicare Advantage.policy we have to provide access to all.care types all capabilities in the same.way for each member that is part of that.that that plan and when I make sense.making sure that you know everyone gets.a fair access to to the same care it.also can be limiting in your ability to.provide specific solutions as you are.focusing on care management specifically.around chronic diseases.you know Humana strategy focuses on.creating a system that tries integrated.integrated care delivery model and and.in doing so it requires us to use you.know our know-how and analytics to to.drive the right care for the right.person at the right time and so as you.think about Medicare Advantage of the.future I think you will see more of our.ability to take advantage of providing.specific care capabilities for those.that are managing very unique chronic.conditions so I think that's one thing.that you will see dramatically change.there's a lot of tests and learns in the.system today to offer different.incentives offer care management.technique that will lead us to I think.the right path to provide a more.personalized care I think the the second.trend that you will see around Medicare.Advantage speaking to it earlier with.the more sharing of data and.interoperability CMS last year.introduced the blue button in the API is.behind it so that anyone participating.in the.health care experience after they.receive permission from a patient or.customer is able to get access to.prescription records treatment records.anything that CMS collects in order to.derive billing or care that information.is now readily available so it opens up.a plethora of new services and.capabilities that ultimately help all of.us create better care solutions for.members so I would say Medicare.Advantage of the future will certainly.have more interoperable components and.will provide more connectivity of the.partner system required to deliver care.and so that includes you know the usual.suspects but it also includes the new.entrants such as these retail.organizations who are discussing earlier.more unpaid caregivers being able to.provide their services because the the.integration of the data so.interoperability I think becomes another.big trend for Medicare Advantage you.also have heard a lot of politicians.talking about the expanding of Medicare.access for all often this see what you.hear and I think there there's a lot to.like for the ability to take what's.working in our Medicare Advantage.products and provide broader access so I.think you'll see more expansive use of.Medicare Advantage as we look to provide.more solutions to to give health care to.to more individuals so those are some of.the things that we see as the as this.product evolves and becomes more.important how we provide health care for.our seniors.any other thoughts from any other guests.okay for our final question drew with.condition management programs moving to.the home what strategies and tactics.have you seen most effective in driving.better outcomes yeah totally.I'll say Jeff you really nailed that.points of things I don't think it's.surprising that Peter and I didn't have.a lot to pile on they're extremely.thorough and thoughtful answer there.well so in terms of the privatization.condition management one of the key.strategies that we see driving outcomes.and how data can help care delivery.organizations partner with patients and.their family caregivers for improved.health and drive new kinds of.conversations is is really by by by.bringing the data to bear in new ways so.I'll give you an example here with a.story so there's a gentleman went.through one of our programs early on he.said type 2 diabetic red uncontrolled.diabetes for over a decade and during.that time he would go see is under.chronologist in every every quarter that.he would every three months you'd go in.and get his a1c test and every three.months he would get his lab results back.that would say that his a1c was again.how to get increased or was again not.under control.his a1c at the time was around nine and.a half and he's really unhealthy and he.was extremely frustrated and the.conversation with --have endocrinologist.that time was was effectively um you.know what more can I be doing how can I.get this under control endocrinologist.kept saying listen you gotta eat.healthier you know it's freebase look.eat healthier you have to exercise and.and this guy seen real person he said I.that's exactly what I'm doing.that's what I'm trying to do and Steve.was extremely frustrated that family was.really frustrated he actually started to.really just hate his life because he was.just always sick.and never felt like he had any energy to.do anything and the challenge was that.his endocrinologist didn't have any.other data to to provide additional.feedback for Steve and so is a really.one way sort of paternalistic.conversation and so Steve actually left.that that position and went to to.another position and happened to get.enrolled as part of that happen to get.enrolled in a diabetes management.program that verdict was was a part of.and so from there he the data from his.blood glucose monitor as well as his.blood pressure monitor he's put on a.blood pressure monitor and given a.nutrition tracking app as well as an.activity tracker and all the data came.in to the electronic health record in a.total program of care and and.immediately the conversation started to.change for speed because it wasn't about.what can I be doing well you need eat.healthier it was we see that you're.trying to eat healthy here are some.suggestions we have and one of the.suggestions actually ended up completely.changing Steve's life which was a about.a month into the program they were.looking at the data and one of the care.managers noticed that these glucose.levels were spiking in the evenings but.he wasn't recording any food and so they.asked about it and it turns out that.Steve was eating popcorn now Steve.thought this was okay because it was.calorie free you know no butter no salt.just plain popcorn but so he didn't log.anything and it but the the care manager.said see that's actually that's that's.probably what's causing your glucose.spikes and so Steve cut that out cut out.eating popcorn and evenings and and.within a month.his a1c dropped by a point it was the.first time he'd ever made a behavior.change that actually improved health.that directly and it started unlocking.him or opening his eyes to how he could.use data to unlock the behavior changes.that would actually improve his quality.and and it changed the conversation that.he was able to have with his care team.in a totally new way to where they could.really just talk about the data you.could say I'm struggling with my data.here or I see problems here how can we.address this rather than rather than.looking at a rear looking lab value and.trying to adjust conversations or trying.to adjust medications that way so you.know over the course of of a few years.now since Steve's been in the program.yet he actually went from a nine point.five a1c down to a six which is lifelong.goal he has dropped a ton of weight he.looks great he has he has a ton of.energy and you know it's all because of.the fact that there was data to bear to.really drive a different kind of.conversation and so I really think that.that's what that's a personal story.about the power of how data can really.truly drive new and meaningful ways of.engaging but of engagement between.the care delivery organization and the.patients and their care for their family.caregivers and how they can engage in.their health I think that story is so.inspiring and we hear a lot of those.same accolades when when someone truly.figures out how these connected devices.can deliver life-saving outcomes because.someone is paying attention to to the.data that it's throwing off.we often hear stories where members of.go 365 it gets you know they go to the.doctor and they find out for the first.time that they have heart disease or.another condition that's going to be a.lifelong journey for them and they use.these connected devices or these.programs to to ultimately jump start.their new life as a person that sells.actually health care insurance in the.state of Louisiana that I met with.recently and you know his story was he.used to go 365 to to motivate him to set.up his program to.competitions among his office employees.and to keep himself on track and and he.shared his data with his family through.their connected devices and and through.this friendly competition they were able.to to keep keep on track with with this.chronic disease of heart disease so you.know condition management can really.have a very good success story when you.integrate data and you use it through.the care system and I think there's more.to come with that as consumers become.more comfortable with sharing their.information and as the interoperability.of our systems creates ways to ingest.that information so that we can connect.it with clinical information to drive.better outcomes so it's a great story.and the outcome the outcomes can be bit.quite varied you know so one of our key.outcomes in our organization is access.to care and improvement in patient.experience and you know one of the.connected device programs that we've.been working on the past couple years is.a post bone marrow transplant monitoring.program and what our program likes to do.is to the first four months after your.bone marrow transplant is to bring the.patient's back into clinic every day to.measure temperature and blood pressure.and make sure the patients are generally.healthy of course these patients are.immunosuppressed and prone to infection.and the anti-rejection medications can.give patients high blood pressure and.we've been able to convert a significant.percentage of those patients over to.home management what's connected devices.and consequently this is better care for.patients because we're not bringing.immuno compromised patients into a.potentially dangerous bacteriological.environment for these patients.that's better experience for them.because they don't need to come back to.the office every day they can stay at.home and just electronically transmit.their data and it frees up office.appointment slots with the hematologists.for other patients.so there's a variety of ways that these.types of programs can drive many.different types of outcomes yeah.absolutely thanks Peter and I think the.common theme here between you know all.of these stories here is that there's a.program of care that the patient and the.care team and the caregivers are all on.board with right and so even in the.example of the individual in Louisiana.with the NGO 365 program there was a.program of care so to speak that he got.his family members involved with and so.there was accountability and I think.that that level of understanding what.the outcomes are and understanding the.accountability and who is accountable.for what is really critical in being.able to drive the efficacy of these.programs the programs that we've seen.that are not successful are when an.individual is given a device or put into.some sort of protocol and they don't.really understand what they're supposed.to get out of it or really why they're.tracking their data or what that.ultimately is going to matter for their.health and and I know that sounds a.little bit ludicrous to say but we've.seen crimes that are rolled out in that.way without much of a thought to what.the what the after experiences of what.the after experience is once someone has.a device but the successful programs.we've been happy to be a part of all.have the common mix of having a really a.really thorough program of care designed.up front and in the onboarding or.initiation process there are really.clear expectations and goals set up.front for what everyone wants to get out.of it and how folks will be held.accountable whether that's I love you.the story of the accountability with.family members we've also seen with with.some of our clients really strong.accountability where you know if.somebody doesn't record a reading.they're going to get a notification from.the system every every 24 hours that.doesn't happen but if somebody in a.remote monitoring program doesn't.reading for a week the care team is.actually going to get notified and.they're going to get a call from the.care manager saying hey we noticed that.you're you know you're pretty far out of.compliance here what's going on and as a.result the compliance is actually pretty.high because because the individuals in.the program know what to expect up front.that oh yeah if I don't do this I'm.actually letting somebody down and I'm.actually going to get a phone call about.this and so I actually I agreed to.participate in the program I need to do.my part.so I think that program of care I really.want to underscore that's the common.theme that is driving success here and I.think drew another common theme is that.none of us talked about anyone getting a.device or joining a program just to give.an incentive now don't get me wrong and.the go 365 program we certainly use.financial incentives to drive behavior.change and it does work it works though.to a point at the end of the day it has.to come from self motivation and.ultimately pure pressure has a big role.to play as well and in all the stories.that we we shared it was about the.ecosystem driving the encouragement for.you to want to do good and do the best.job and a lot of times those incentives.can get you started but we we've tracked.Humana employees over the last six years.that's been part of go 365 and you know.the initial one and two your results are.fantastic where your absenteeism is down.claims costs are down but over time the.motivation has to come from the.individual and and so a lot of our.program attributes over three or four.years is more moving them towards you.know self self pavement if you will to.drive the motivation so I think there's.a lot of room for all of these type of.incentives to work to get consumers to.to make the best healthcare decisions.but at the end of the day the best.medicine is your own self motivation.thank.you dr. Rasmussen Jeff and drew that was.a very lively discussion a lot of great.insights were shared we're now going to.move on to our audience submitted.questions and answer session it is your.time to ask the panelists any burning.questions on your mind as a reminder you.can still submit these questions in the.Q&A box on the left side of your screen.already we have a lot of insightful.questions so we're going to try to get.to as many as possible.here's the first question how does an.organization ingest data from dozens of.sources of data from a member and turn.that into something actionable for a.care manager instead of just.overwhelming data on the screen all.right Peter I can take that from our.perspectives and what we've done is when.patients are sending us data patient.generated data from home whether it's.through connected devices or through.periodic questionnaires we strive to.integrate all of that into life tronic.health record once it's all electronic.health record then we've created a.series of dashboards for our care.managers that presents to them the.relevant data for whatever concern that.person may have so as an example we have.a specific dashboard for patients with.high blood pressure those in the bone.marrow transplant program those on a.weight management program etc and then.we back that up with clinical decision.support tools that analyzes that data.and I wouldn't say it rises the level of.AI or ml or anything like this.there's some relatively simple tools.that can be put in my background to help.raise alerts for those patients that.seem to be out of bounds.so it's true mentioned things like.missed readings for several days or.blood pressures that are clearly above.some threshold that our clinicians.that's for those patients those patients.get color coded and flagged and that.care manager dashboard so a single.person the single care manager can.manage hundreds of patients because.there is some flagging and some clinical.decision support that goes on behind the.scenes yeah and and thanks thanks for.that Peter I think that's the exact.writer for.and at the risk of of Hawking my wares.this is exactly what politicans can do.and in terms of bringing in data from.multiple sources and without belaboring.the point too much we have the ability.to have dashboards to be the data in the.right way but then we also can we have a.very simple program management workflow.to set up alerts and triggers and that.way the if there's something to be.concerned that you might be concerned.about you can set a trigger to send.something up into the be a secure.message into like an in basket or some.sort of other workflow for your care.team when they need to pay attention to.an alert versus when everything is fine.they can always view all the data via a.very well laid out dashboard we also.have on our dashboards the ability to.just see readings that are outside of a.range into group readings in different.ways so for example with glucose to give.you a trendline you can also view times.a day groupings by times a day so just.you know being able to have very simple.to use tools that allow you to interpret.the data and if it's sophisticated way.is sort of how we think about really.separating that signal-to-noise for care.managers and it's something that we put.a lot of thought into a poetic and I can.add on Humana's experience.We certainly have spent a lot of effort.putting together customer specific.dashboards in clinician dashboards that.try to bring all the data that we.collect together to give the clinician.that maybe in a home as an example you.know the best shot to be able to have a.holistic view but one thing we do find.that it's important as we do share data.is that we always speak of the next best.step there are so many things that we.collect but at the end of the day for.the consumer specifically those that are.over age 65 they do best when you give.them that one next best step to take so.we work hard to make sure that our.dashboards and the data that we provide.for clinicians that give them the the.information for them to make that next.best step recommendation I think that's.important to getting consumers to to.ingest the data and take the action just.so this is Peter can you give an example.of what that next best step might look.like yeah so you know for for consumers.if you're if you're on a program for.diabetes you create we have a.recommendation for you to do once you.complete that instead of giving you.three or four different actions for you.to take we usually just give you one in.that we've had the most success getting.someone to take that next best step an.example also is in foot care with those.that are diabetic and managing you know.foot ulcers or trying to avoid them.you know we've determined that you know.sometimes the instead of giving three or.four things for you to go do with your.feet let's take that next best step and.as a result we're able to drive you know.less frequency of foot ulcers and in the.folks that are participated in our trial.so those are two examples this question.is for dr. Rasmussen given the drive to.value-based care where would you like to.see deeper investments being made by CMS.to help it or advance this transition.how much does reimbursement from CMS.drive programming or investment I try to.touch on this answer earlier definitely.it would be a broadening of the CPT.codes that are available to embrace the.digital not behavior good-looker.behavior and eliminating some of the.barriers so as an example up until.recently.location and service was a barrier to.reimbursement and I think many of these.things are from being removed or.contemplating to be removed into their.future so that's helpful from from our.standpoint reimbursement is not a major.driver for adoption a lot of work that.we just try to do is to create a.better experience for our patient and.our caregivers and better way delivering.care and we think reimbursement and.business and other things just follows.from from that how those aren't our.major barriers for digital adoption and.our organization is reimbursement but.clearly anything we can do to free up.the ability to innovate on care delivery.program reimbursement standpoint is.definitely welcome great the next.question kind of builds on that last.question if you had a magic wand and.Camille IRRI move a major barrier to.adoption or of digital clinical.technologies what barrier would you.remove well this is Jeff I'll start I.think the the interoperability question.or answer is is where I would start.you know standardization of data the.reduction of barriers whether it's laws.or unwillingness for folks to share for.proprietary reasons that would be the.one that I would I would wave to.integrate that so that across the.ecosystem the ease of flow of data can.be used to drive best care the best at.the right point of time now I would.certainly welcome the better data.interoperability and image portability.no question about it I think that would.do a lot to raise the quality of care in.certain locations and enable our.patients to seek second opinions or.additional opinion much easier than they.currently do because the medical records.in the data flow broadly or widely in.our organizations really the major.barrier is just a willingness to change.and deliver care in different ways that.could be at the leadership level or it.could give individual care caregiver.level and it just yesterday explained my.conversation with one of our top.apologists.about doing a video visit with a patient.and his response was I'm just not.comfortable with the video visit them be.much much more comfortable just doing it.by telephone so it's these kinds of.relatively simple fears and you know.behavior changes that would be would be.great to solve yeah you know Peter.that's that that comment that last.comment you made about the concerns over.change I think was that was exactly.where I was going ahead and so rather.than pile on I'll just sort of build on.that point which is to say that you know.I think that what what one of the things.that we see is that folks are are often.so busy especially physicians and.clinical team members often so busy in.their day-to-day that it's actually.really difficult for them to even fathom.changing in any way because because.change means more time and such as.getting up to speed I think would be.really is really a challenge and so if.there were a way to to somehow.operationally embrace change in a way.that was supportive of the care teams.and understanding that they already have.full caseloads but this is an investment.in the future being able to do that in a.way that supports everybody I think.would be would be the way I'd sort of.build on that point.fantastic well it looks like we're out.of time for today.thank you for attending this fierce.healthcare webinar and submitting your.questions I'd like to thank our speakers.for participating in today's webinar and.the insights shared this webinar has.been recorded you'll be emailed the.links the recording in the next 24 hours.thank you again for joining and we look.forward to seeing you at future events.

How to generate an electronic signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form online

You must into a adaptable solution to electronic signatures for Humana Health Wellness Order Form . CocoSign will provide you with what you have been Finding, a single online app that does not need any other installation.

You just need to have a high quality internet connection and your preferred device to work with. Follow this instructions to e-sign Humana Health Wellness Order Form easily:

  1. Click the document you want to sign. You can also simply choose the required document into this section.
  2. Choose the category 'My Signature'.
  3. Select the types of signatures you need to place. It can be drawn, typed, or uploaded signatures.
  4. Once you have selected the type, choose 'Ok' and 'Done'.
  5. Download the form after signing.
  6. You can also fax it.
  7. Once you are done, save it. You can also fax it with other people.

CocoSign makes electronic signatures on your Humana Health Wellness Order Form more adaptable by providing multiple ways of merging two documents, adding additional fields, invitation to sign by others, etc.

Due to our convenient features, CocoSign's eSignature tool can help users to eSign your document well on all the electronic devices like mobile android or iOS, laptop, computer, or any other relevant operating system.

How to create an electronic signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form in Chrome

Chrome has been more and more popular as a convenient browser due to its comprehensive features, useful tools, and extensions. In this way, you can keep all your tools on your home screen in front of you. You just need to choose the form that fulfill your need without searching for it in a long time.

Using this useful extension feature offered by Chrome, you can add CocoSign extension to your browser and use it whenever you need to write eSignatures in your documents. With CocoSign extension, you will also get other features like merge PDFs, add multiple eSignatures, share your document, etc.

Here are the basic key elements you need to follow:

  1. Note the CocoSign extension on Chrome Webstore and choose the option 'Add'.
  2. Log in to your account if registered before, otherwise choose signup and register with us.
  3. On your Humana Health Wellness Order Form , right-click on it and go to open with option. From there, choose CocoSign reader to open the document.
  4. Choose 'My Signature' and write your own signatures.
  5. Place it on the page where you require it.
  6. Choose 'Done'.
  7. Once you are done, save it. You can also fax it with other people.

How to create an electronic signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form in Gmail?

Mailing documents is so useful that majority of businesses have gone paperless. Therefore, it will be a great selection if one can esign form online from Gmail in a straight line. You can do it by adding a CocoSign extension on your Chrome. Here is what you need to do:

  1. Add the CocoSign extension to your browser from the Chrome Webstore.
  2. Log in to your pre-registered account or quickly 'Sign up'.
  3. Open the email with the document you need to sign.
  4. From the sidebar, choose 'Sign'.
  5. Draw your electronic signatures.
  6. Generate them in the document where you need to.
  7. Choose 'Done'.

The signed file is in the draft folder. You can easily share it to your required mailing address.

Working with electronic signatures in Gmail is such a quick and cheap tool. It is specifically designed for people who work from anywhere. By CocoSign, and you will surely be among our hundreds of happy users.

How to create an e-signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form straight from your smartphone?

mobiles are the most useful electronic devices used nowadays. You must be interested in using e-signature from this most used electronic device.

What's more, with eSignature capability on your mobile phone, you can e-sign your document anytime, anywhere, away from your laptop or desktop. You can work with CocoSign electronic signature on your mobile phones by following these key elements:

  1. Direct to the CocoSign website from your mobile browser. Login to your CocoSign account or sign up with us if you don't have registered before.
  2. Click the document you need to e-sign from your mobile folder.
  3. Open the document and choose the page where you want to put the electronic signatures.
  4. Choose 'My Signatures'.
  5. Write your electronic signature and insert it to the page.
  6. Choose 'Done'.
  7. Print the document or directly share through email.

That's it. You will be done signing your Humana Health Wellness Order Form on your mobile phones within minutes. With CocoSign's remote signature tool, you no longer need to worry about the usage of your electronic signatures and use our app of your choice.

How to create an e-signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form on iOS?

Many apps have a more complex setup when you start using them on an iOS device like the iPhone or iPad. However, you can esign form online safely with CocoSign, either using the iOS or Android operating system.

Below instructions will help you to e-sign your Humana Health Wellness Order Form from your iPad or iPhone:

  1. Add the CocoSign app on your iOS device.
  2. Write your CocoSign account or login if you have a previous one.
  3. You can also sign in through Google and Facebook.
  4. From your internal storage, click the document you need to e-sign.
  5. Open the document and choose the space you want to place your signatures.
  6. Write your electronic signatures and save them in your desired folder.
  7. Save the changes and send your Humana Health Wellness Order Form .
  8. You can also share it to other people or upload it to the cloud for future use.

Select CocoSign electronic signature solutions and enjoy effectively working on your iOS devices.

How to create an electronic signature for the Humana Health Wellness Order Form on Android?

These days, Android gadgets are commonly used. Therefore, to assist its customers, CocoSign has developed the app for Android users. You can use the following intstructions to e-sign your Humana Health Wellness Order Form from Android:

  1. Add the CocoSign app from Google Play Store.
  2. Login to your CocoSign account from your device or signup if you have not been pre-registered.
  3. Choose on the '+' option and add the document in which you want to place your electronic signatures.
  4. Select the area you want to put your signatures.
  5. Generate your e-signature in another pop-up window.
  6. Place it on the page and choose '✓'.
  7. Save changes and send the file.
  8. You can also share this signed Humana Health Wellness Order Form with other people or upload it on the cloud.

CocoSign helps you to write lots of electronic signatures at anytime. Connect with us now to automate your document signing.

Humana Health Wellness Order Form FAQs

Note answers to listed questions about Humana Health Wellness Order Form . View the most useful topics and more.

Need help? Contact support

How do I respond to a request for a restraining order? Do I need to fill out a form?

It’s a very, very serious thing a restraining order. You don’t need the right form - you NEED A LAWYER!! Get a lawyer straight away - one that knows about restraining orders…

Easier, Quicker, Safer eSignature Solution for SMBs and Professionals

No credit card required14 days free