Tag: Quality measures

Benefits of Health Information Exchanges for Quality Reporting and Value-Based Care

To perform well in value-based care, healthcare providers must report improvements in quality, cost and utilization measures that align with their payers’ expectations. When it comes to providing data, analytics and technological capabilities for reporting these measures, health information exchanges (HIEs) offer several advantages over other data aggregators: Greater Efficiency HIEs provide clinical data, which…
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Data Quality in an Abundance of Electronic Health Information for Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs)

The quality of data is foundational for creating data-driven health care systems, so what is the current landscape for assessing and maximizing the quality of electronic health data for measuring performance? While electronic data poses a great opportunity – an emphasis should be placed on the quality and completeness of that data to use for…
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KPI Ninja receives NCQA Measure Certification℠ for HEDIS® Health Plan 2020, Another Step in Becoming the Most Comprehensive Population Health Analytics Company

March 30, 2020 Lincoln, NE – KPI Ninja Inc., a leading healthcare technology company known for its comprehensive population health analytics, announced today that it has received National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Measure Certification℠ for HEDIS® Health Plan 2020. This recognition demonstrates that their software offers the functionality to enable health plans to meet…
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Another Lens in Creating Value: Reflections of the 2019 Survey on HIE Technology Priorities

Health information exchange (HIE) organizations are one of the emerging solutions to improve quality and safety in our healthcare system. In this rapidly evolving industry, keeping a pulse on the current state of our nation’s HIEs and their strategic priorities is valuable. Fifty-three HIEs completed a twenty-question survey published by the eHealth Initiative (eHI) to…
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2019 Quality Measurement: What’s In and What’s Out

After decades of measuring and reporting health care quality without transformative change in outcomes, industry and government are realizing the fundamental problem is in the infrastructure of our system. Quality measurement and improvement has evolved over the years from early work centered on evidence-based practice to more recently with the turn of the century, a…
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