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Transparency: The True Cost of Healthcare

January 7, 2014

As medical costs continue to soar out of control for employers, and employees continue to have trouble managing their own…
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Gall Bladder Removal Surgeries

September 23, 2013

To determine whether the consensus is justified, MAP® reviewed 28,766 gall bladder removals to discover the percentage of…
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Blind Tests FAQ

q.jpg Why take the blind test?
a.jpg Delphi’s goal is to help employers and employees alike understand how decisions are made when selecting a physician or facility with limited or no information. This test represents a typical example of how someone might choose a healthcare provider. Pertinent healthcare information once invisible to both employers and employees is now available through Delphi. As a unique source of healthcare information, Delphi guides members through the medical maze, resulting in patients becoming knowledgeable purchasers of healthcare. This in turn reduces costs to employers and yields better outcomes for all.
   
q.jpg What is the importance of taking this test?
a.jpg The results of the blind test would obviously be different if employees were made aware of pertinent information of their provider selection. Delphi’s goal is to help patients understand and base their decision on quality, physician’s case load of that procedure, total cost of the procedure, etc. Revealing this data has proven to have a positive affect...people make informed medical decisions, healthy choices, successfully manage their own health, and make the best use of limited health care resources. With Delphi’s Medical Advocate Program (MAP®) healthcare information becomes apparent and members are assigned a MAP® representative who acts as an advocate whose only goal is to achieve the highest quality and most cost-effective healthcare available.
   
q.jpg How does Delphi select providers?
a.jpg Delphi chooses providers for a patient's specific medical condition based on quality, number of cases or procedures performed, and the MAP® credentialing process. The selection is further confirmed by reviewing provider peer studies, provider cost reports, market research data, etc.