Since 2011, MAP Care Solutions has conducted over 200,000 peer-led engagements for substance use disorders inclusive of over 3,000 individual cases related to Opioid Use Disorder.
MAP Care Solutions utilizes tech-enabled, peer-led care management to provide long-term support for members and their family in order to identify recidivism and facilitate earlier intervention. By improving and maintaining engagement with these populations over time, MAP is able to reduce utilization costs, improve network retention and most importantly provide the chronic disease support necessary to help individuals achieve and sustain long-term recovery.
Over the last 10 years our nation has seen an unprecedented rise in opioid use and abuse. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that in 2016, 175 people died every day from a drug overdose.1 Current estimates are that over 500,000 lives have been lost due to the opioid epidemic and trends point to worsening with the increase in the use of heroin and fentanyl laced products. For every one life lost it is estimated that there are at least 42 individuals with an active opioid use disorder, with only 10% receiving specialty treatment for their condition.2 Between 2011-2015, costs related to opioid use disorders have increased 1000-fold for insurers with payments in excess of $446 million dollars in 2015.3
MAP Care Solutions collaborates with payers and providers to provide members and family supports with comprehensive peer-led recovery support upon referral from the following sources: