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Fierce Healthcare Webinar: The Power of Virtual Health Assessments During COVID

Fierce Healthcare Webinar: The Power of Virtual Health Assessments During COVID

Tuesday, October 27, 2020: 11 am, ET (8 am, PT)

COVID-19 has forced us to rethink how we effectively support members, as well as manage quality improvement and risk adjustment initiatives. Advantmed provides Virtual Health Assessments, supported by telehealth, smart technology, and clinical expertise, to help members get the care and resources they need to better manage their health. The data collected during a Health Assessment gives providers and payers a better understanding of the populations they serve, as well as optimizes their quality and risk adjustment efforts.

Using real-world examples, we will break down how a Virtual Health Assessment benefits:

  • Members
  • Providers
  • Payers

Register today to reserve your spot.

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Advantmed’s 10th Annual HEDIS® Training Webinar

Advantmed’s 10th Annual HEDIS® Training Webinar

December 7 to 9, 2020: 8 am – 12 pm, PST

Our live HEDIS training webinar will provide abstractors with three half days of interactive hybrid measure training and a walk-through of the Measure Year (MY) 2020 HEDIS Technical Specifications.

During the webinar, we will:

  • Review hybrid measure updates
  • Discuss strategies to sharpen your knowledge of HEDIS measures
  • Cover the MY 2020 and MY 2021 HEDIS Technical Specifications and General Guidelines
  • Evaluate medical records examples to determine measure compliance
  • Review MY 2020 administrative measures changes
  • Share hybrid measure PCS question and answers

Sign up today to reserve your spot!

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Maximizing Your Quality Improvement Initiatives with Prospective Data Runs

Maximizing Your Quality Improvement Initiatives with Prospective Data Runs

What does the future hold for HEDIS® and your HEDIS results? No one can know for sure, but for quality improvement initiatives, prospective monthly runs can give you better insight and help you stay on top of results.

With monthly prospective data runs, health plans can monitor how each HEDIS measure and sub-measure is tracking towards a specific goal. Additionally, plans can conduct rolling 12-month reviews to track the status of year-to-date results (e.g., April 2019 to April 2020) to identify actual due dates of specific services to optimally focus outreach efforts.

Three Reasons Why High-Performing Plans Complete Prospective Runs

  1. Track trending towards goals, benchmarks, and/or last year’s submission results. NCQA’s new timeline for releasing HEDIS specifications allows plans to start improvement efforts and react sooner to new measures and measure changes.
  2. Create an off-season chart review project. During the project, medical record data can be collected for your HEDIS hybrid measures. In addition, we have a few administrative measure data collection forms that can be used to collect medical record data as well. This data is collected and then included with next season’s administrative data sources, reducing abstraction collection during the HEDIS season and maximizing administrative rates.
  3. Set targeted member and provider outreach efforts. With prospective monthly data runs, the most current gap lists can be sent to providers or used to coordinate with members to close gaps quickly to impact measurement year HEDIS rates.

To learn more about how prospective monthly data runs can benefit your quality improvement initiatives, email us or call 877.896.7350.

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