It’s a Matter of Vision
Health plans are making risk adjustment decisions using just 20% to 30% of available medical data which inevitably leads to inaccurate coding and unidentified risk.
Get a 360-Degree View
Provide your risk adjustment team with access to all available information – including previously unavailable clinical data – in a comprehensive workflow for complete risk identification.
Transform Risk Adjustment
With coordinated retrospective and prospective analyses, workflow optimization, and point-of-care integration your team will have the requisite amount of control, transparency, and information required to successfully run your plan’s risk adjustment program.
Traditional risk adjustment as it’s always been done is no longer viable; going forward, organizations must operate with a full 360–Degree View of risk adjustment to project, detect, and capture all commensurate member risk.
In this paper, Health Fidelity outlines the concept of a 360-Degree View of Risk Adjustment and articulates why it’s vital to succeed in today’s value-driven care environment. Additionally, organization’s can also learn the evaluation framework required to assess your readiness to adopt the 360-Degree View. More Info
In order to make downstream risk adjustment modernization efforts as effective as possible, organizations need to ensure they have the appropriate structure, goals, and incentives in place. In this next chapter, Health Fidelity examines the operational infrastructure and leadership activities required to set a foundation for performance improvements. More Info
Data & Performance Management
In the third installment, Health Fidelity assesses accessibility to data – clinical, claims, and beyond – along with performance transparency; both are critical components required to achieve a culture of continuous improvement across the organization. More Info
With operational precursors complete, this paper turns to core risk adjustment activities, beginning with prospective review. Coordinated efforts in provider engagement, member outreach, and data-driven prioritization will be key to optimizing prospective review results. More Info
Providers are key partners for many payer-led initiatives, including but not limited to risk adjustment. In order to enhance both quality of care and financial outcomes, organizations should make sure the appropriate alignment, incentives, education, and tools are in place to increase providers’ engagement with these initiatives. More Info
Organizations should enable access to the fullest breadth of up-to-date clinical data from medical records. Many areas within the organization will benefit from increased access to data – not just risk adjustment. The key is to invest in scalable solutions that enable multiple departments to leverage a common set of records and reduce redundant chart retrievals that are extremely costly. More Info
In this paper, Health Fidelity reviews technology-enabled workflows that allow risk conditions to be captured more accurately and efficiently. When many of the tedious manual processes are augmented with technology, coders can better utilize their skills to focus on accurate coding of diagnoses. More Info
In the final installment, Health Fidelity presents modern approaches to compliance that ensure maximal adherence to regulations and protect against possible penalties. Small enhancements with risk adjustment processes can help to ensure proper validation of codes and better audit preparedness. More Info
One Solution – Multiple Populations
Identify, assess and track the risk of attributed members in MSSP or Next Gen models for performance measurement and benchmarking.
Engage with our risk adjustment experts to develop the optimal strategy for your Medicaid offering.
The Health Fidelity Approach
We use our proven model to understand the key business characteristics of our clients, identify and assess the opportunity for risk optimization, determine network readiness, and finally implement our solution to measure the improvement and delivered ROI.
Discovery & Data Collection
Review current processes
Compilation of all current activities and processes
Search for revenue opportunity
Clinical Data Landscape
Document data availability
Discuss chart retrieval efforts/vendors
Inventory of all data sources
Understand organization readiness
Reflect on internal readiness
Gaps in organizational alignment
Develop your HF360 Blueprint
Identify methods of improvement
Roadmap to improvement