Company’s DxMax Tool Helps Medicare Advantage Plans Optimize 2013 Revenue While Enhancing Patient Care
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Clear Vision Information Systems, one of the nation’s leaders in offering solutions and strategies that allow Medicare Advantage plans and providers to enhance patient care while maximizing their revenue, will be exhibiting at the annual meeting of the California Association of Health Plans (CAHP) October 15-17 in Huntington Beach.
“While the clock is quickly ticking down to the end of the year, it’s not too late for Medicare Advantage plans to significantly impact their starting revenues for 2013,” said Tom Peterson, president and CEO of Clear Vision. “The key is doing a thorough job of gathering any risk adjustable diagnosis codes before CMS does its January sweep. Doing so can have substantial, positive consequences for health plans.”
To help Medicare Advantage plans do this, conference attendees are invited to stop by booth #106 at the CAHP conference to learn about Clear Vision’s DxMax product. This total outsource solution targets and obtains missing data from inpatient hospital stays. Connected with more than 6,000 participating facilities nationwide, DxMax employs a multi-touch campaign to collect any additional or corrected data and then provides it directly to the health plan in a client-specific format for the health plan to process and package before sending codes to CMS.
“DxMax puts an end to missed and under-reported inpatient stay diagnosis codes and provides early warning indicators for better medical and quality management,” says Peterson. “Through correcting inaccuracies or gaps prior to CMS sweeps, DxMax helps health plans rightsize their CMS revenue and realize their hospital data potential.”
DxMax is one of a host of products and services offered by Clear Vision. Just last month the company announced the launch of “ScoreMax,” a new technology designed to help health plans and physicians improve their HEDIS and STARS scores in caring for Medicare recipients. CAHP attendees visiting booth #106 can learn about this new product as well, in addition to all of the Clear Vision products, technologies and capabilities that lead to improved care and revenue optimization.
The CAHP conference, entitled “Transforming the Healthcare Landscape,” will focus on how the principles of managed care are taking root across the spectrum of healthcare from health benefits exchanges to the duals demonstration projects and other new service sectors. The conference is expected to attract more than 600 healthcare leaders to the Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach. Further information on the conference may be obtained at www.calhealthplans.org.
Clear Vision Information Systems provides Medicare Advantage risk adjustment solutions and strategies to health plans and providers nationwide. Leveraging decades of experience at the forefront of Medicare policy, the Clear Vision team provides an integrated mix of risk adjustment analytics, continuity-of-care strategies, and compliance consulting tailored to the individual needs of each client. The “20/20 clarity” and easy-to-implement, high-impact tools Clear Vision brings results in revenue optimization and improved quality of care. For further information, visit www.cvinfosys.com.
For Clear Vision Information Systems
Ross Goldberg, 818-597-8453, x-1
Source: Clear Vision Information Systems