The CEO of Aetna presented which gave some gravitas to the presentation. However he started off by bragging about how big they are. 3200 employees in information technology, fifth largest data warehouse and third largest health plan.
When you sign in you can go to your PHR by member. Funny guy the president of Aetna presenting. Unlike the rest. But that is an apple to oranges comparison. He was able to log in and people clapped. He is making the MS guy look a fool.
The PHR takes all the data gathered for the member and including lab results, family history, allergies and creates all kinds of demo graphic inform, blood type, height and weight, and all their dr and health team and their kinds of coverage. They can share the PHR online and print it and take it with them. They have ten different health trackers. Looking to link into biological medical devices to track directly.
They have a rules engine that message member and clinician depending on condition. It informs both member and clinician. They put out a one million message alerts every three months. They plan to launch a smart source health line that can navigate around their systems so they can see more information. They have six million online and will be upto seven million by the end of year.
Their system dwarfs the other online user base and capability set.