As care becomes increasingly more complex, utilization becomes more expensive, and adherence to evidence-based medicine drops, the risk for inappropriate and ineffective care in some of the most costly and complex diseases is higher than ever.

Benefit Health Advisor is committed to improving the efficacy, safety, value, and appropriateness of care delivered by seeking out the right combination of physician expertise and sophisticated technology in their cost management partners and programs.





By including a program in your benefits plan that focuses on the specific needs of the patient, you not only ensure all patients receive the correct treatment and appropriate quality of care, you also eliminate the unnecessary costs that provide little or no benefit to the patient. Benefit Health Advisor knows that a focus on improving outcomes will naturally result in safe, cost effective, quality care.


Comprehensive Oncology Care – This program provides a clinically accountable solution focused on promoting cost-effective, safe, and integrated care management for patients living with cancer. The cost of cancer-related care is about $366 billion and continues to rise every year. Engagement with patients and caregivers to provide support and identify resources that improve care is a good starting point to assist the more than 1.5 million new cancer cases that are diagnosed every year. Ongoing surveillance of claims for appropriate quality and cost of care includes prospective or retrospective review of treatment by a certified oncologist, peer-to-peer consultations as required, dedicated case managers, integrated care reports, cost containment strategies, and billing and coding review for errors, edits, and duplicates.

Comprehensive Kidney Care – This program focuses on patients affected by chronic kidney disease. More than 26 million people have CKD, with millions of others at elevated risk, representing over $59 billion in healthcare expenditures. The program includes identification of the risk population, clinical review of patient medical status and ordered treatment for alignment with national guidelines and prescribing standards, review of claims and ongoing surveillance for appropriate quality of care, billing and coding review, one-on-one health coaching, and physician review of claims, labs, and prescriptions.

Comprehensive Cardiovascular Care – This program focuses on patients affected by cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, account for more than one-third of all deaths in the United States and the costs of these diseases are estimated to be $444 billion. The program includes prospective review of patient medical status and proposed procedure, determination assistance of intervention, and clinical review to ensure alignment with the proper treatment, all helping to manage the costs related to heart disease.