The transition to value-based care is underway, and there have been several, robust efforts to enhance the quality of care and introduce the element of accountability and value in care. Providers, insurers, quality organizations, and the government have also standardized some methods of care delivery and quality programs that reward providers on delivering quality care. Healthcare organizations report their performance on several metrics, ranging from structural quality to patient care- every year. These reports are not just instrumental in providing a look into healthcare quality, but are also useful in tracking network performance, keeping a close look at population health, and gaining incentives for quality care. However, as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) puts rigorous requirements for reporting data in place, generating accurate and valid reports has become vital.
The constant push towards linking traditional fee-for-service models to value-based reimbursement models makes the process of reporting on various quality metrics time-taking. Often providers complain about how a significant amount of time and money are invested in finding and reporting data, changing workflows and monitoring compliance with quality measures. Such time-consuming processes reduce the efficiency and become a hinderance in the ultimate goal of providers- delivering care.
Datashop, Innovaccer’s Care Intelligence System™ for healthcare, is a powerful and holistic platform that assists providers with end-to-end quality reporting with its four key components:
Read the whitepaper to learn more about Datashop, a solution that bears all the heavy work associated reporting along with a complete focus on analyzing measure results as practices evolve.
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