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Who We Are
Defined as “full of life, lively,” the name Vively embodies the feeling we strive to create for patients and their families. It also represents our team’s entrepreneurial spirit in redesigning and delivering home-based primary care for chronically ill patients.
What We Do
Vively Health partners with health plans and collaborates with local providers to care for the highest-risk, chronically ill members. We refer to these members as Most Vulnerable Patients (MVPs). We believe that house calls—our in-home primary care program—is the most impactful way to provide comprehensive care for MVPs. Additionally, we take full risk for each member’s total cost of care.
At Vively, we are committed to helping MVPs live healthier and more fulfilled lives, while also helping reduce their total cost of care. This supports patients, their existing providers, and our health plan partners.
Who We Serve
MVPs represent a significant portion of our nation's health care utilization and spend in a typical year.1
1 in 3
visit ER at least once per year
1 in 4
have at least 1 hospital stay per year
1 in 5
are readmitted within 30 days³
doctor visits on average each year
medications on average filled each year
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1. (Data includes all payor types, 5 or more chronic conditions) Buttorff, Christine, Teague Ruder and Melissa Bauman. Multiple Chronic Conditions in the United States. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2017. | 2. Buttorff, Christine, Teague Ruder and Melissa Bauman. Multiple Chronic Conditions in the United States. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2017. | 3. (Medicare data only) Jencks, S.F., Williams, M.V., Coleman, E.A. Rehospitalizations among patients in the Medicare fee-for-service program. N Engl J Med. 2009;360:1418-1428.