"Regulatory compliance is just part of the equation. Registries need to create a solid value proposition for participants and make it easier for them to participate. We are excited to partner with Encompass on this important initiative."
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) October 19, 2017
RegistryBoost, the first service specifically designed to help registries provide value to their participants, will be exhibiting at the PCPI Fall 2017 Conference, in Chicago, IL, October 24-26.
RegistryBoost takes a holistic approach to registry participation and addresses the need for relevant measures as well as overall participant engagement strategy. Participation was a common problem cited during the PCPI Spring 2017 conference with numerous stewards stating that they had participation levels at or below 20%. Provided through a partnership between Encompass and Xenergy Health, RegistryBoost is the only service of its kind designed around the needs of both providers and registries.
“Registries must deliver more than pretty dashboards. They must deliver value,” said Dr. Emily Richardson, Encompass’ Chief Quality Officer. Dr. Richardson serves as Co-Chair of the Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement’s National Quality Registry Network (NQRN) QCDR Committee and is a member of the PCPI NQRN Steering Committee.
“Regulatory compliance is just part of the equation. Registries need to create a solid value proposition for participants and make it easier for them to participate. We are excited to partner with Encompass on this important initiative,” said Amy Bergau, CEO for Xenergy Health.
Encompass is a medical management company serving the healthcare industry by providing customized services in IT, revenue cycle management, clinical quality management, credentialing, payer contract and payer enrollment, and human resources.
About Xenergy Health
Xenergy Health provides market research, marketing, registry consulting, and product development services for healthcare and medical specialty societies as well as healthcare services and IT companies.