Category Archives: by Sam Diederich

Aligning risk adjustment and quality management

Many health plans maintain separate risk adjustment and quality management programs, with purposefully siloed objectives and metrics. But aligning the two enables true transparency from data to analytics, and provides numerous benefits: Revenue growth Improved outcomes Reduced medical spend Managing at-risk populations requires health plans to have the appropriate controls and processes in place that […]
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Five best collaboration strategies to improve HEDIS rates

There are many ways to measurably improve HEDIS rates and the quality of care of members. The true challenge is navigating the various barriers that can delay your journey to get there. Without a doubt, collaboration is the difference between higher and lower HEDIS rates. The more effective the collaboration — and integration — the […]
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