NantHealth Launches Eviti Connect For Autoimmune Diseases
Proven in oncology, the Eviti Connect payer solution expands to help reduce reimbursement inefficiencies and manage drug costs for disease that affects over 50 million people in
Approximately 50 million* people in
“We’ve been a customer of the Eviti Connect oncology product for many years and are now excited to be part of shaping the offering for autoimmune diseases,” said
This next chapter of Eviti, built on a new, flexible, extensible platform, enables
- Extend the knowledge of their clinical teams with independent expertise.
- Streamline staff authorization workflows, allowing them to focus on more high-value tasks.
- Manage brand, biosimilar, and generic drug use for best-expected outcomes, pricing, and reimbursement.
- Confirm that member care complies with medical policy, pharmacy policy, and step therapy requirements.
- Redirect treatment delivery to optimal sites of care when clinically appropriate to manage costs.
“Patients, providers, and payers deserve comprehensive, evidence-based guidance for treatment of complex diseases. Continued improvements in healthcare require more interoperability and data liberation. So use of the right technology helps all stakeholders, allowing providers and payers to perform at their highest levels, while patients have access to the best treatment and better outcomes,” said Dr.
Eviti Connect is a software-as-a-service (SaaS), evidence-based decision support and treatment validation platform that gives providers and payers confidence to prescribe and reimburse high-quality, high-value care. For ten years, it has helped payers and providers navigate the complexities of cancer care. The launch of Eviti Connect for autoimmune diseases targets another increasingly complex healthcare challenge aiming to save time on appeals and expedite optimal patient care while managing payer costs.
For more information about Eviti Connect, visit the website at https://nanthealth.com/products/eviti/
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