Blue Cross of Idaho Selects Dynamic's Voyager Software for Risk Adjustment and Encounter Data Processing

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Dynamic Healthcare Systems, a leading provider of enterprise technology solutions for Medicare-focused health plans, today announced that Blue Cross of Idaho has joined its list of customers using Voyager solutions for Risk Adjustment (RAPS) and Encounter Data Processing (EDPS).

Dynamic Healthcare Systems, a leading provider of enterprise technology solutions for Medicare-focused health plans, today announced that Blue Cross of Idaho has joined its list of customers using Voyager solutions for Risk Adjustment (RAPS) and Encounter Data Processing (EDPS). Blue Cross of Idaho is a not-for-profit, mutual insurance company serving over 700,000 members, 26,000 of which are Medicare Advantage.

Dynamic’s solutions are designed to ensure that health plans meet the complex compliance and data processing requirements that the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) establishes, monitors and enforces. The Voyager application integrates various sources of data to create a single view of a plan’s membership and transactions in order to deliver high-quality managed care and consistently meet compliance requirements as well as any revenue management challenges they face. Dynamic’s EDPS solution was one of the first to be certified end-to-end in the industry. Dynamic’s risk adjustment and encounter management solutions provide a view into as well as complete management of the submission, response processing, rejection management and reconciliation of RAPS, Encounter and Chart Review data for Medicare Advantage Organizations.

"Dynamic is excited to work with Blue Cross of Idaho by providing our proven risk adjustment and encounter submission expertise and solutions which effectively manage the entire encounter and chart review data end-to-end process while providing the capability for health plans to obtain visualization of their data at every step in the workflow," said Diana Benli, Chief Commercial Officer.

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