Improve Your Coding Accuracy and Completeness


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Could you be exposed to compliance risks due to codes inaccurately submitted by your providers? With the increased focus on compliance, many are not feeling as confident about their submittals. Download eBook 7 below to find out how retrospective review can help you improve your coding accuracy and completeness while increasing efficiency of your coders.

Retrospective Review is Critical

Accuracy, Efficiency, and Compliance 

Effective retrospective review is critical now more than ever with regulators paying more attention to correcting overpayments. 

Current retrospective risk adjustment programs are often less than optimal because it is manual, resources-intensive, and error-prone. Not only does this result in insufficient reimbursements, but it could also leave you exposed to compliance risks. 

Modern risk adjustment technology can help to increase coding accuracy and completeness so that you feel more confident about your submissions. At the same time, it can improve the efficiency of your coders and help cut costs.  

Find out 4 key ways updating your programs can make a difference in your retrospective risk adjustment.

Download our eBook on Retrospective Review below to learn more.


 

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Visit our resources library to download other eBooks in the 360° Risk Adjustment series.

Each piece is critical to overall success. Within each corresponding eBook, you'll find our strategic insights for transforming your risk adjustment operations and detailed explanations on how to drive performance improvements. 

The framework is divided into 8 core components:

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  1. Overview and Blueprint to 360° Risk Adjustment
  2. Organizational Alignment
  3. Data & Performance Management
  4. Prospective Review
  5. Provider Engagement
  6. Data Acquisition
  7. Retrospective Review
  8. Compliance


Download eBook Part 7:

Retrospective Review 

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