Maximize the Value of Your Clinical Data


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Poor access to clinical data directly hurts revenue accuracy. Having a scalable and streamlined data acquisition solution that enable risk adjustment and other departments to access the full breath of EHR data from your provider network will benefit the entire organization. Download eBook 6 below to learn the four factors that can impact the value of your clinical data. 

The Importance of Clinical Data

Improve Care and Drive Financial Performance 

Payer organizations are experts at handling claims data, but there is an opportunity to better leverage clinical data from medical records. Clinical data is crucial to perform retrospective reviews and run analytics. But, did you know that the method of access can also impact the value that the data delivers?

Read more about data acquisition in this eBook and its role in 360° risk adjustment. 


Learn More About Natural Language Processing (NLP) Technology

Health Fidelity's NLP technology helps streamline risk adjustment by providing an automated method to analyze clinical documentation to identify hidden risk factors and extract valuable insights from medical charts. 

Read How Natural Language Processing Improves Performance.

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Ready To Go Deeper?

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 6:

Data Acquisition 

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