Care silos have long been a headache for the health care industry. Fragmentation and interoperability across care providers fuels inefficiencies and redundancies, and decreases the chances for timely interventions at heavy financial and operational costs, not to mention poorer outcomes.

This fragmentation has particularly severe consequences for the Medicaid population, who for a whole host of reasons often struggle to navigate the health care system and advocate for themselves, often resulting in patients slipping through the cracks or receiving care only after a condition has become acute, and more challenging and costly to manage.

Here’s four ways payers and providers could be using digital health to improve care for these vulnerable populations.

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