Leading virtual first care companies, investors, payers, patients, and actuaries have come together for a pre-competitive consortium dedicated to supporting virtual first care (V1C) companies and their commitment to patient-centric care.

Hosted by the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), IMPACT members are working to expand access to high quality, evidence-based virtual first care for patients, healthcare providers, and payers to improve clinical and health economic outcomes, enhance access, and provide a better overall patient experience.

IMPACT members are working to make V1C a reality. Together, they create tools that help you understand and implement V1C – meaning you can shape a better healthcare system; one designed with individual patients at the center, enables more frequent and personalized touch points, and drives meaningful outcomes.
Review the V1C definition, component parts of virtual first offerings, and a library of case studies demonstrating virtual first care in action.
Use this guide to model contracting language and considerations for key contract sections, as well as a payment models guide and coding library that highlights V1C-reimbursables codes.
Use this suite of resources to integrate effective V1C care transitions into foundational care activities along a patient journey, including initiation and onboarding, longitudinal co-management, and downstream referrals.

The State of the Virtual Care Industry: Results from a New Benchmark Survey from Omada Health, DiMe & Rock Health

December 1, 2022 @ noon ET

On December 1st, join leaders from across the healthcare ecosystem for an in-depth discussion of the results of this benchmarking study of employers and health plans.

Thought leaders representing virtual first care, medical providers, employers and healthcare investors will reflect on implications of the survey results and together share insights for strategies and actions that will enable full potential of virtual first care.

New Benchmark Survey from Omada Health, DiMe & Rock Health

Omada Health and DiMe’s “State of Virtual Care” report reveals insights from a benchmark survey of nearly 800 employers, payers, and benefit consultants. Findings uncover both a strong belief in virtual care, as well as the need for a clearer roadmap for advancing this promising care approach. 

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