Rightway’s care navigation solution optimizes healthcare spend by helping employees access the highest-quality and most cost-effective care.
Employees use our simple, intuitive app to interact with health guides and manage their healthcare benefits in one central place.
Dedicated health guides engage members by helping them understand their options to make better healthcare decisions. All care teams are led by clinical guides who are NPs or RNs and have a complete snapshot of a member’s health.
The platform integrates over 10,000 data points to stratify the population and trigger alerts for targeted engagement. Health guides use the platform to perform proactive outreach and close care gaps.
Robust analytics demonstrate the ROI of our approach. Our Customer Success team derives insights and develops actionable strategies to continuously improve on metrics to drive greater healthcare value.
The Advocate Platform analyzes proprietary and third-party data to identify the highest-quality providers. Health guides direct members towards providers who deliver the greatest healthcare value.
We mine over 10,000 data points to identify high-risk and rising-risk members. Stratification informs proactive outreach and disease-specific engagement.
Telemedicine allows health guides to provide members with the most convenient, cost-effective and high-quality care—all from within a single platform.
Rightway care navigation combines education, guidance, and advocacy to empower employees to make the right healthcare choices. This results in better outcomes for them and significant cost reductions for their employers.Schedule a demo
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Rightway provides members a single point-of-access to navigate their plans. Health guides direct members across their options, maximizing the utilization of health and wellness benefits.
“Rightway helped us reduce our total healthcare spend by 5% and non-catastrophic spend by 9%, while engaging 62% of our employees in the first year.”