For followers of annual HEDIS®1 measurements, the shift to digital-based measures should come as no surprise.
Since 2015, NCQA has continuously indicated that digital transition measures are a top priority for HEDIS measurements.
And while this theme of digital transformation has been overshadowed by other measures, in the coming year, digital measurements will undoubtedly be key to HEDIS alignment.
As organizations eye the looming digital horizon, there are three proactive steps you can take to prepare for success.
Drive Real-Time Results with Real-Time Information
With a real-time view of care, you can improve outcomes in real-time, too.
Real-time ADT messaging makes optimization and expedition of notifications of admissions (NOA) possible, as well as streamlined utilization managements processes and enhanced internal data repositories.
Armed with this information, care teams can truly integrate, creating collaborative partnerships between health plans, members, and providers that reduce hospitalizations, decrease the total cost of care, and drive better outcomes—all while enhancing the member experience.
Increase Member Visibility Through a Sharper Lens
With clearer visibility into member behavior, it is possible to identify when negative outcomes like readmissions occur.
By defining and targeting these incidents, organizations can take preventative steps to ensure that opportunities for negative outcomes are eliminated.
Now more than ever, healthcare collaboration is key to plan performance. Gain visibility into your members’ activities across the care continuum and share these insights with network providers in real-time to support quality, affordable care.
Align Systems for Future HEDIS Measurements
What if we told you future-proofing your infrastructure was possible?
When you connect all internal technologies to a unified future, you ensure that your organization is equipped to handle tomorrow’s digital demands today.
To learn more about how Collective, a PointClickCare company, can help your organization ready for the digital future, click here.
1 HEDIS is a registered trademark of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).