Tag: HIE

Building Trust in Health Information Exchange Data

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recently released an issue brief that showcases strategies and opportunities to advance the use of electronic clinical data for quality measurement and improvement. NCQA has been piloting with a new HEDIS® reporting method called Electronic Clinical Data Systems (ECDS). NCQA ECDS reporting “provides a standardized way to use…
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Five Trends Shaping Health Information Exchanges in 2021

With healthcare transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care, the role of health information exchanges (HIEs) – including how they support providers and payors – is changing. Below, we dive into several trends shaping today’s HIEs. Aligning with higher standards – Today’s HIEs are aligning with the initiatives rolled out by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid…
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Gratitude Underlies Our 2020 HIE Reflections

While the pandemic exposed many vulnerabilities in our health care system, we here at KPI Ninja like to remain positive – and there were so many great things that happened this year! The best part of our 2020? Health organizations of all sizes now have a greater appreciation for the critically important role that Health…
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NCQA’s Emerging Data Aggregator Validation (DAV) Targets Interoperability and Could Revolutionize the Value of the HIE for Health Plans

Using HIE data without the added primary source verification burden is what makes the DAV so attractive. Did you know one of the leading healthcare quality organizations is evolving their programs to permit better use Health Information Exchanges (HIE) data? That is how valuable the HIE is. As we talk about the future of quality…
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The Evolution of HIEs and Health Plans: Benefits of Providing Both NCQA eCQM Certification and Measure Certification℠ for HEDIS®

The unique data stores and industry positioning, coupled with advanced analytics, is evolving HIEs to be a valuable health data source for payers. In today’s dynamic health care industry—one that’s hyper-focused on the transition to paying for performance—payers must be fluent in quality measurement and comfortable moving between data sources. Reducing burden while upholding quality…
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