BURBANK, CA--(Marketwired - December 20, 2016) - Health Data Vision, Inc. (HDVI), a leader in healthcare technology and services offering an innovative SaaS-based platform for health data management and analytics, today announced it is publishing a guide for health plans looking to improve their HEDISⓇ scores in the upcoming year. The e-book, HEDIS 2017 Best Practices, is available for free download at http://www.healthdatavision.com/hedis-2017-best-practices.
The Health Effectiveness Data Information Set, or HEDIS, is one of the most widely used healthcare performance measures in the United States. HEDIS scores can make a significant difference to a health plan's bottom line. To come out ahead, health plans must know what organizational weaknesses might be causing low scores, and they must devise a strategy for improving those ratings. HDVI's new e-book explores best practices that plans should adopt in 2017 to strengthen HEDIS scores and, ultimately, boost their bottom lines. Features of the guide include:
- Three best practices health plans should follow during the busy spring reporting period
- The importance of HEDIS quality improvement during the offseason
- Offseason HEDIS tips to keep employees sharp and prepare plans for the subsequent year
"With all the changes imposed on health plans in recent years, achieving high HEDIS scores should be more of a goal than ever," says Mike Curran, HDVI's Chief Operating Officer. "These changes will have a more significant impact in 2017, so plans must be ready. Our new e-book details what plans can do to prepare for the coming year and beyond."
For additional information about this new e-book or Health Data Vision's products or services, visit the company's website at www.healthdatavision.com.
About Health Data Vision, Inc.
Health Data Vision, Inc. empowers payers to take control of their HEDIS and risk adjustment initiatives to improve quality of care and revenue performance. With its unique MRCS SaaS platform and patent-pending Secure Virtual Print solutions, clients and partners can manage projects with either in-house, HDVI, or third-party resources. As the U.S. healthcare industry increasingly shifts to Pay for Performance (P4P), quality, stars, and risk adjustment initiatives are mission-critical and, thus, command executive attention and investment focus. For more information, visit www.healthdatavision.com.