Traditional chart retrieval campaigns conclude with the delivery of flat PDF files, leaving a plethora of untapped data and insight on the table. Or leaving it up to the user to abstract clinical intent. By contrast, access to structured clinical data in electronic and easily consumable formats delivers tremendous power by enabling use of data in downstream analytics, reporting and workflows.
Here’s the rub: While digital EHR and lab data has become increasingly available, it is difficult to use in its raw and episodic state. Inconsistent codes, missing or poorly organized data, and disparate sources of information for a single patient must be reconciled to transform data into a fluid and chronologic data asset.
Using risk adjustment as an example, this webinar will demonstrate how automated technologies for semantic normalization and data integration can be used to uncover patient risk factors that more accurately reflect the health of populations and individuals. Further, they will share how direct access to digital clinical data can enable new operational approaches and improve coding efficiency. The topics at a glance that will be discussed are:
This webinar is designed to specifically benefit those with responsibilities in the following areas: