According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), six in 10 American adults have one chronic disease and four in 10 have two or more chronic conditions. Risk adjustment aims to identify and treat these highest risk patients.
Strong patient stratification and care management programs are the best way to close gaps in care, reduce costs, and ultimately achieve better health outcomes. But getting started with risk adjustment isn't always easy — doing it right is even harder.
Beth Israel Lahey Health Performance Network (BILH-PN) began a small pilot program to see if they could make an impact. They took a creative approach to risk in their network by proactively reaching out to get patients in the office and using refined documentation processes to track progress. Their small pilot program is now expanding.
Register to learn:
- Why risk adjustment is crucial to success in care management
- How BILH-PN took a creative approach to risk to better serve their populations
- How you can rapidly test and apply new approaches to risk adjustment
Join Anna Basevich for a timely discussion with Victoria Smith and Maria Mann on how to reduce costs and improve patient care with new approaches to risk adjustment. If you’re a healthcare leader at a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) or Accountable Care Organization (ACO) that wants to learn how to use data to quickly iterate on risk adjustment, this is a session you won’t want to miss.