ICD-10 Analytics: Keeping Your Eye On Your KPIs

ICD-10 Analytics: Keeping Your Eye on your KPIs

  • January 29, 2015

Our own Josh Berman, Director of Analytics and ICD-10 for RelayHealth Financial, is again featured in ICD10 Watch. This time Josh discusses the role of analytics and key performance indicators to drive process improvements as part of your ICD-10 readiness work. Read the article now

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When ICD-10 Testing Goes Wrong

When ICD-10 Testing Goes Wrong

  • January 28, 2015

Have you ever encountered the acronym "GIGO?" It stands for Garbage-In-Garbage-Out, a computer industry concept that stresses the importance of a sound end-to-end logical process. If your process is flawed, then the data that results can't be trusted. Nowhere is GIGO more appropriate than when it comes to ICD-10 testing. If your ICD-10 testing process is flawed or otherwise incomplete, what appear to be good results might actually be giving your organization a false sense of readiness. To help providers better understand their testing options, our colleagues at RelayHealth Financial produced a short video that can quickly get anyone up to speed on the ICD-10 testing scenarios being used…

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A Tale Of Two Communities: How A Payer And A Provider Each Experienced The “Best Of Times” With MHS

A Tale of Two Communities: How a Payer and a Provider Each Experienced the “Best of Times” with MHS

  • December 16, 2014

How a national general acute care hospital and a national managed health care company each saw the “best of times” with McKesson   Community Health Solutions (payer) and Community Healthcare System (provider) each shared a struggle on how to bring more transparency and information to their care and payment workflows. Automated and robust solutions from McKesson helped them improve the quality and cost of healthcare their organizations provide.  The Payer Community Health Solutions: Improving care quality, cost with more robust clinical standards Without a stricter tie to evidence-based guidelines while making medical necessity decisions, payers face potential inconsistency in the…

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