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The month of May, National Osteoporosis Month, served as a reminder that osteoporosis is an important part of taking care of members. This condition impacts approximately 10 million Americans (roughly 80% being women) and another 44 million have low bone mass, placing them at increased risk.
Approximately 8.5 million people in the United States have Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), including 20% of individuals older than 55 years old1.
Many physicians are feeling challenged by risk adjustment and quality gaps. Many feel fatigue and burnout because they are spending more time on documentation and administrative work than ever before. Risk adjustment and quality gaps have dictated their day-to-day work, especially for physicians who see Medicare Advantage members. These challenges impact how much time physicians have and also their engagement with cumbersome documentation tools.
Personalizing care for vulnerable populations is about identifying and responding to the unique set of conditions and needs of members.