The State of Oklahoma Study
The Largest "Triple/Quadruple Aim" Experiment Ever Attempted in the U.S.
In 2010-11, legislators interested in controlling healthcare costs, asked MedEncentive if we would be interested in subjecting our program to the scrutiny of a public demonstration
A bill was drafted mandating a 3-year pilot to test the self-funding [cost containment] capabilities of MedEncentive's Mutual Accountability Program in the HealthChoice (the plan sponsor) population
HB1062 was passed by the Oklahoma Senate 46-0 and the Oklahoma House 86-9
The program succeeded in the pilot famously in terms of doctor and patient participation, reducing hospitalizations and emergency room visits, cost savings and return on investment