Enhance Your Clinical and Financial Outcomes


Did you know that strong relationships with providers are critical for both financial and clinical success? As healthcare transitions to value-based care and providers assume more risk, risk adjustment and quality success is best achieved through payer‑provider collaboration. Effecting change is difficult without buy-in from physicians at the front lines of patient care. In this eBook, we discuss the 3 keys to provider engagement. 

Download eBook 5 below, and find out how you can engage providers more effectively. 

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Ready To Go Deeper?

Visit our resources library to download the next eBook in the 360° Risk Adjustment series. The framework is divided into 8 core components:


  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

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

Achieve Success in Value-Based Care

Many Payer-Led Initiatives Depend on the Involvement of Providers

An aligned and engaged provider network improves an organization’s ability to prospectively address care quality gaps, optimize risk capture, and respond to audits. With the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) changes, now is the best time for payers to begin collaborating with providers. 

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 Risk Adjustment Performance.

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Provider Engagement

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