Boosting Plan Performance: Improving Provider-Centric Risk Adjustment & Staying Compliant
CDPHP, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Priority Health, ATRIO Health Plans and Vatica Health share successful strategies and best practices for provider-centric risk adjustment programs, which enable health plans to enjoy higher compliance, enhanced quality of care, improved risk score accuracy, higher Star and quality ratings and better financial performance. Learn how your plan can empower physicians to close care gaps, avoid common pitfalls and maintain compliant record documentation proactively.
Panelists: Gregg Kimmer, President & CEO, ATRIO Health Plans; Michelle Ilitch, MPH, Vice President, Vice President of Network Solutions and Value-Based Programming, Priority Health,; Colleen Gianatasio MHS, CPC, CPC-P, CPMA, CRC, CPCO, CDEO, CPPM, CCDS-0, CCS, and AAPC Approved Instructor, Director Clinical Documentation Integrity and Coding Compliance, Capital District Physician’s Health Plan (CDPHP); Frank Shipp, FACHE, MBA, Executive Director, Johns Hopkins Clinical Alliance, Johns Hopkins Medicine; Hassan Rifaat, MD, CEO, Vatica
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This episode is sponsored by Vatica Health
Vatica Health is the #1 rated risk adjustment and quality of care solution for health plans and health systems. By pairing expert clinical teams with cutting-edge technology, Vatica increases patient engagement and improves coding accuracy and completeness. It helps identify and facilitate closure of care gaps and enhances communication and collaboration between providers and health plans. The company’s unique provider-centric solution helps payers, providers and patients achieve better outcomes, together.
Vatica is trusted by many leading health plans and thousands of providers nationwide. Healthcare research firm KLAS named Vatica “Best in KLAS” for risk adjustment in 2023. KLAS also named Vatica to its Emerging Solutions Top 20 list for innovative companies that have the greatest potential to impact and disrupt the healthcare market. For more information, visit VaticaHealth.com.