Payers & Insurance

Conducting Lower Costs for Insurers and Payers

Few conditions are more expensive or more detrimental to outcomes than behavioral health conditions. Measuring behavioral health within your insured population is an essential element in managing your high-risk segments, sharpening your predictive models and,  ultimately, lowering costs.

Polaris empowers payers and insurers to quantify, monitor and manage behavioral health risk—shaping more efficient and sustainable models for the future.

Discover the Benefits

Systematically measuring behavioral health risk will transform the accuracy and profitability of your operation.

Quantify Behavioral Health Risk

Quantify Behavioral Health Risk

Polaris gathers behavioral health information from population members in order to quantify, stratify and manage high-risk segments.

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Improve Predictive Models

Polaris provides de-identified data that helps payers better predict costs and outcomes, continually improving the sustainability and accuracy of their models.

Payer Provider Collaboration

Facilitate Payer-Provider Collaboration

By connecting and coordinating all stakeholders around pertinent behavioral and medical health insights, Polaris orchestrates a win-win-win for patients, providers and payers.

Improve Population Adherence

Improve Population Adherence

With Polaris, payers are able to ensure that each individual’s behavioral health needs are addressed, improving the overall adherence of their population.

Lower Costs Improve Profitability

Lower Costs, Improve Profitability

Ultimately, better management of behavioral health risk results in a healthier population, with a lower cost of care and increased profitability.

Polaris enables providers and insurers to dramatically improve the value of their services through better patient engagement, lower costs of care, and a shorter duration of treatment to reach optimal outcomes. Patients with high behavioral health risk complete assessments at regular intervals, giving therapists a structured flow of information to support clinical decisions, and effectively promote their patients continuing engagement. As a result, patients miss fewer appointments, treatment becomes less expensive and time-intensive, and providers can deliver better care to a greater number of patients.

Susan Sargent, President,
Sargent Healthcare Management Advisors, LLC