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Save the Date for October 2023

 The HEDIS® & Quality Improvement Summit
Your One-Stop HEDIS® & Quality Shop


Designed to be an immersive one-stop shop for health plans to gain tactical and actionable strategies, The HEDIS® & Quality Improvement Summit provides cutting-edge insight necessary to take your organization's improvement initiatives to the next level and boost your ratings.

Leave armed with key insights needed to improve quality ratings by understanding the evolving HEDIS® landscape, preparing for new measures and the transition to digital measures, fostering a culture of quality, improving the member experience, and pursuing health equity. You'll gain actionable takeaways from top-rated health plan speakers through engaging sessions, panels, and insightful case studies that will help boost quality ratings and drive results.

Stay tuned for details on next year's event.

 

ORGANIZATION TYPES:

  • Health Plans
  • Health Care Providers
  • Solutions Partners
  • Service Providers
  • Consultants

JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • HEDIS®
  • Medicare Stars/Star Ratings
  • Quality Improvement
  • Data Management
  • HEDIS® Auditor
  • HEDIS® Data Analyst
  • Operations
  • Performance Management Provider Engagement
  • Analytics
  • Medicare
  • Product Development
  • Pharmacy Administrator
  • Care Management
  • Member Engagement

with titles including

  • Vice Presidents
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Specialists

There is a reasons attendees come back to this event year after year. Read a few reasons attendees joined us for our last event:

  • Explore how ECDS reporting is a segue to digital measure reporting

  • Understand the new, revised, and deleted HEDIS® measures for 2023 and review 2022 changes to ensure continued strong results

  • Get up to speed on the proposed HEDIS® digital measures

  • Leverage SDoH data to create more meaningful patient experiences and reduce disparities in care

  • Discover why - and how - to shift resources from traditional HEDIS® interventions to member experience, as well as effectively report quality measures in new ways

  • Explain how to effectively gather race, ethnicity, and other SDoH data and identify who needs to be involved in the process

  • Find out how to use supplemental data to meet HEDIS® goals with best practices and innovative strategies

  • Explain how to avoid working in a bubble and effectively plan and align with other programs such as Stars and risk adjustment

  • Learn how to achieve high scores for the 40 HEDIS® measures that now allow for telehealth accommodations

  • Identify the most common pitfalls to avoid on your HEDIS® reports

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