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Considering a New HEDIS® Vendor?

In Affinite Quality, HEDIS & Quality Management by Marketing

Learn Why Consecutive Years of NCQA Certification Is Important 3 Reasons Why Choosing a HEDIS®  Vendor With Consecutive NCQA Certification Is Worthwhile Accurate, complete HEDIS® data collection, measurement, and reporting are critical for health plans to generate client trust, create positive results, and improve quality. NCQA aids plans in selecting their data partners by auditing collection logic based on their …

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Answers to HEDIS® Tech Spec Questions

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All in all, NCQA’s comprehensive updates to dozens of HEDIS® technical specifications will create better outcomes and more actionable data insights. Health plan quality, billing, and outreach professionals, however, have raised a few reporting and implementation questions. Many of these questions concern when new measurements take effect, which have been revised, and which no longer must be included in plan …

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NCQA Recommendations to Transform Telehealth, HEDIS®, and Data Analysis

In Affinite Quality, HEDIS & Quality Management by Marketing

Recognizing that technology has caught up and evolving circumstances necessitate new initiatives, NCQA’s Taskforce on Telehealth Policy has developed a host of policy recommendations surrounding the use of telemedicine. As telehealth initiatives continue to expand, it will create more and more data that health plans can use to inform care decisions, improve member outreach, maximize revenues, and streamline operations. Vital …

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Data Science Tools Improve COVID-19 Care for Those Vulnerable to Social Determinants of Health Factors

In Affinite PlanLink, Care Management, Covid-19 by Marketing

Key Benefits Include Outreach, Education, Prioritization Last month, we discussed how strong data analysis can help care managers identify patients who are at greater risk from COVID-19 owing to social determinants of health (SDoH). SDoH, the societal, demographic, and economic variables that affect a person’s wellbeing, include access to healthcare, where they live and work, the availability and affordability of …