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Press Release: Clinigence and MedConnect Partnership

Clinigence and MedConnect are partnering to bring clinical data and analytics to the forefront of physician group practices. Value-based care programs continue to expand, and the results are proving to be positive for providers and their patients. Clinical data management is a requirement to succeed in the most basic value-based care program arena.  [...]

Press Release: Clinigence & Signallamp Partnership

Clinigence and Signallamp Health announce a collaborative partnership to make it easier to succeed in value-based care. The partnership will give health system customers access to technology and clinical data for Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Payment Models (APM) data management and a one-of-a-kind low-risk, high-reward Chronic Care Management (CCM) service. [...]

Unleashing the Power of Clinical Integration

The Untapped Potential of Clinical Data The box office hit movie, “The Black Panther” takes place in a mythical country called Wakanda, whose secretive existence protects a highly valuable substance called “vibranium”. This fictional substance has power-absorbing qualities that make it impenetrable. In the movie, the Black Panther’s sister, Suri, engineers vibranium to [...]

The Population/Patient Paradox

Population Health Starts with One   Ironically, many leading health IT vendors present their population health capabilities as ‘healing the planet’ or designed for ‘finding new cures’. While population health certainly has the potential to contribute to such noble objectives, the irony is that we have yet to address the basic challenge of [...]

ACO Holiday Checklist – What you need to know about GPRO reporting!

Tis The Season for ACO Reporting! The holiday season is here. Decorations are going up, shoppers are flooding stores, and festive music reminds us that “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”. As children eagerly compose letters to Santa, it’s likely that Accountable Care Organizations (ACO’s) have wish lists of their own. [...]

MIPS Survival Guide – What You Need To Know Before It’s Too Late

The "Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How" of MIPS can be confusing. MIPS combines several incentive reporting programs into one. The “Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How” of MIPS can be confusing. The good news: it’s not too late to gather information and prepare for MIPS! In fact, you have time [...]

By | November 7th, 2017|MACRA, MIPS, MIPS Quality Scores|0 Comments

Advantages of Reporting the Maximum Number of MIPS Quality Measures

Thinking about MIPS & Quality Measures? 34% of Clinicians are accountable for MIPS - You're not alone. Thinking about MIPS?  You’re not alone.  The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) phenomenon is significant in terms of the number of providers who will be contemplating a strategy.  Putting MIPS into perspective, consider that approximately 34% [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Clinical Data, Data Analytics, MIPS, MIPS Quality Scores, MSSP|0 Comments

Time vs. Quality – ACO’s Greatest Challenge

Collecting Data Is a Challenge Imagine having to collect more than 30,000 data points spread across many offices, multiple IT systems and, in some cases, stacks of paper. Imagine having to complete this process in 10 weeks with a limited staff of nurses and analysts. Sounds crazy or familiar? For accountable care organization (ACO) [...]

Featured White Paper – ACO Performance Model

https://www.clinigence.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/blog-featured-white-paper.jpg Featured White Paper: ACO Performance Models Introduction Population health management requires a rigorous analysis of both cost and quality.  The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and commercial payers have taken the unprecedented step of providing claims data to their participating Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), but they are unable to provide [...]

By | September 15th, 2017|ACO Performance|0 Comments