Population Health



Percent of US Healthcare Costs Directly Attributed to Chronic Conditions Related to Behavior


Number of Non-Clinical Caregivers in the US


Number of Behaviors That Drive 80% of Total Costs for Chronic Disease Worldwide

Positive Behavior Change

Through Engagement

With 8 behaviors and risks driving 80% of the cost in managing chronic disease, a patient’s social support system is the key factor in positively influencing behavior change that reduce total costs of care. While clinical resources are often overburdened, non-clinical resources are equally under-utilized as important components of a patient’s care community. HEI Population Health Solutions are focused on chronic care management as a patient-centered approach that engages all available resources anchored around actionable, comprehensive care plans.

Behavior Change is Key to Chronic Disease Management and Prevention


Percent of Adults in the U.S. That Track at Least One Health Indicator Via Mobile Technology


Percent By Which Healthcare Costs are Higher for Socially-Isolated Than Socially-Connected Individuals


Percent of Senior Citizens in the U.S Predicted to Own a Smartphone by 2017

Engage Care Communities

Shift Population Risk

HEI founded HealthSignal Partners (HSP) to provide Medicare participants with hands-on, practical support to manage chronic conditions. HSP services range from conducting an annual wellness visit, creating a best practice based care plan, providing disease management technology to supporting customers with services ranging from expediting critical appointments, arranging for medical equipment, reconciling medications to arranging for transportation and meal services. HSP services are considered a Medicare benefit and are provided at either no or little cost to our customers.