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7 Risk Adjustment Must-Reads for 2022

Key trends and takeaways to make your risk adjustment strategy a success.

Our readers have chose their favorite content for 2021. Don't miss out on these blogs and resources before the year ends.

  1. Unlocking the True Potential of Your Risk Adjustment Program
    With many patients resuming care and the overall uptick in provider visits during the first half of 2021, it's time to take stock of how your risk adjustment program is performing.
     
  2. Let's Get Aligned: DCE Beneficiary Alignment—Everything You Need to Know
    To help CMS increase provider participation in value-based care, DCEs will need to maximize savings via targeted risk adjustment and patient engagement interventions—and this starts with beneficiary alignment.
     
  3. Medicare Advantage Enrollment Update: December 2021
    Stay up-to-date about growth and changes in the Medicare Advantage market, which health plans are successfully performing, and learn from the top players to strengthen your plan’s performance.
     
  4. Risk Adjustment Toolkit
    This toolkit will help you calculate member risk scores and forecast premiums, perform analysis on Dx codes and/or HCCs, and identify year-over-year HCC gaps and calculate their financial impacts.
     
  5. Program Assessment Case Study
    Did you know that 20% of members in a given population aren’t accurately risk adjusted? Learn how to improve your risk adjustment program performance to optimize financial and clinical outcomes.
     
  6. Webinar: Using Technology to Improve Compliance Across the Risk Adjustment Lifecycle
    In this webinar, learn how to avoid potential lawsuits by utilizing NLP solutions to increase coding accuracy, maximize tools to increase provider awareness of coding challenges and reduce error rates, and more.
     
  7. How ACO Risk Adjustment Analytics Can Improve Care, Close Gaps, and Boost RAF Scores
    Here's how ACOs can track the prior year's risk adjustment performance while creating prospective plans to reduce gaps in care, document conditions, and demonstrate proper prevention and treatment.