What You Should Know:
- 9amHealth, the first-of-its-kind virtual cardiometabolic care clinic, is proud to announce its expansion into the health plan sector with a forward-looking partnership with Medicare Advantage plan, eternalHealth.
- This venture marks a significant milestone for 9amHealth as it brings its innovative and comprehensive care approach to the Medicare Advantage sector for the first time.
Enabling Improved Virtual Care Accessibility
The partnership with eternalHealth will enable its plan members to enjoy a seamless experience, eliminating the burden of coordinating a doctor’s office visit or a trip to the pharmacy or lab. 9amHealth offers at-home virtual care with unlimited access to an expert Care Team of physicians, pharmacists, nutritionists, and health coaches specializing in treating and preventing diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and obesity. Members can connect with their Care Team through their preferred method and at their schedule–via text, chat, or video.
They also benefit from convenient at-home labs, connected medical devices, personalized care plans, and streamlined medication management with home delivery. Additionally, 9amHealth facilitates the sharing of clinical information, such as lab reports, with existing primary care physicians for a truly integrated experience.
“Today’s announcement is a testament to 9amHealth’s dedication to redefining healthcare accessibility for our senior community,” says 9amHealth’s Co-CEO Anton Kittelberger. “We are excited to join forces with eternalHealth to provide their members with easy access to specialized care right from the comfort of their homes.”
With 9amHealth’s comprehensive care strategy, members can access specialized care regardless of their location. By aligning with plan formularies and providing alternative medication options, 9amHealth delivers the most affordable, clinically relevant treatment option. This combined approach positively impacts business-critical quality metrics like medication adherence and reducing acute instances that could otherwise lead to hospitalizations.