Sourcing clinical data is a complex and sensitive process that begins with transformation. As more quality measures become digital due to new requirements from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), procuring clinical data electronically will require a multi-faceted approach. Transitioning HEDIS® measures to digital should serve as the impetus for health plans to devise a strategy to acquire the data needed to maintain strong rates in the future.
To stay competitive, maintain and increase compliance, and drive the preventative care impact desired, plans must shift from a retrospective approach for HEDIS data collection to building an intelligent digital foundation for year-round quality. A sustainable, continuous approach for acquiring, ingesting, and normalizing codified data is vital to the success of any health plan’s quality program.
Read Cotiviti’s new white paper to see what steps you can take to prepare for the retirement of traditional hybrid measures, including:
- Evaluating organizational readiness and ability to source clinical data
- Boosting and maintaining measure scores by gathering supplemental data
- Choosing the right data vendor partner
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to build a solid foundation with room to adapt and grow as quality measurement becomes increasingly digitized.
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