Burbank, California (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
This is the first in a series of announcements within the suite of payer solutions that HDVI will be releasing in 2014. Delivered on its fully SaaS-enabled platform MRCS 4.0, the HEDIS® Hybrid solution is already benefiting all HDVI customers for the current HEDIS® 2014 project cycle. Michael Klotz, Health Data Vision’s CEO says, “this is the beginning of a very exciting year for HDVI and our customers. While the demands on payers are constantly increasing, we are able to provide solutions that let health plans do a lot more than just keep up. Our scalable solutions strategically address key pain points in quality, revenue and care management while minimizing demands on resources and eliminating unnecessary complexities.”
The HEDIS® Hybrid solution not only speeds up the timeframe for medical records collection with efficient workflow management and other patent-pending innovations. It also gives health plans real-time visibility into all aspects of the project and clinical dimensions of their initiatives while providing a new set of quality controls and tools. This affords quality teams the ability to pin-point key areas and be laser-focused on ‘gap closure’, i.e. optimization of results. “I wish technology like this would have been available when I was responsible for almost 300 HEDIS® projects at United Healthcare” says Michael Curran, now COO at Health Data Vision.
HDVI’s unique approach and software capabilities also significantly minimizes ‘provider abrasion’, referring to the increasing demand on providers needing to expend time and resources in providing the needed medical records to their health plan partners. Early feedback from both provider groups and health plans on this emerging capability has been extremely positive.
About Health Data Vision:
Health Data Vision, Inc., headquartered in Burbank, California, provides a SaaS-based healthcare analytics platform for medical records analysis and targeted solutions for HEDIS® Hybrid, Medicare and Exchange Risk Adjustment and comprehensive, year-round clinical data analysis efforts as well as RADV Audits. The platform provides flexible scalable workflows and automation for medical records-intensive project needs of health plans in the United States.
HDVI’s patent-pending, process-centric approach provides state-of-the art automation, quality and audit features, and real-time analytics; all critical for successful medical record review initiatives.