Addressing loneliness with companion care

Socially isolated adults have a 45% chance of dying sooner than their socially connected peers.

These negative health outcomes cost plans big-time—social isolation costs Medicare over $6.7 billion annually. Too often, loneliness and social isolation are considered a normal part of aging. Companion care provides members with companionship and addresses the root causes of loneliness. Read more about how in our solution brief.

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Check out Papa's Companion Care Guide