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Nascate Strength of Relationship

When a member’s care is concentrated and consistent over time with one Primary Care Provider, outcomes improve including lower cost and better member experience.

Nascate’s Strength of Relationship score measures the concentration of a person’s relationship with his/her main provider.

The member score is based on the member’s activity with a main provider

Pushing members toward the providers they have a strong relationships with leads to better member experience and improved provider performance

Nascate delivers a member list with a strong/medium/weak Strength of Relationship designation for each member

Target actions: leverage strong relationships for engagement and to influence member behaviors; move members with weak relationships to other providers

Nascate Strength of Relationship Score

Strong

Concentrated care with single main provider over time

Lowest Cost and ER Utilization

Medium

Consistent care with one provider, but some other providers visited

20%

More ER Utilization

25%

Higher Cost

Weak

Consistent care with one provider, but multiple other providers visited

55%

More ER Utilization

60%

Higher Cost

Our Approach

Relationships Drive Attribution

Strong relationships between people and their providers yield better outcomes, improved member experience, and reduced cost. Members tightly connected to a provider are less likely to have dispersed care and increased utilization- and these are patterns that persist over time.

Longitudinal View of Member Behavior

Nascate analyzes a person’s utilization of the healthcare system over time, identifying key trends and patterns that indicate who is truly responsible for a person’s care.

Relationship Mapping

Nascate’s unique and proprietary process of mapping person and provider behavior over time provides valuable insight and fuels multiple Nascate Solutions.