HEDIS


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HEDIS

(Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) See healthcare IT.
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Eliza for QHPs also features an optional mix of data visualization, data management, and data integration services with a focus on claims-based HEDIS targeting, population analysis, consumer segmentation, propensity analysis and outcome analysis and reporting.
Friedberg and his colleagues used the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) statewide reporting program, which supplied data from commercial insurers aggregated at the physician level on eight HEDIS measures: breast cancer, cervical cancer, chlamydia, asthma controller medications, Hb[A.
Things like HEDIS scores are real indicators of whether our members are getting an opportunity to live better lives," Blancett says.
Only 39% of health plan members achieved control, defined by HEDIS criteria as a blood pressure of 140/90 or less.
The HEDIS Customer Satisfaction Survey can also be used as a template to assess patient satisfaction.
HEDIS now measures the spectrum of care, from prevention to acute care to management of chronic illness.
I think we're seeing evidence in terms of, for instance, the HEDIS report cards.
But Kit Costello, president of the California Nurses Association in Sacramento, takes issue with the kind of information collected by HEDIS.
Our commitment to delivering the highest levels of service to our risk adjustment and HEDIS clients includes focusing on the client's needs and delivering superior services," said Glen Moller, CEO of ArroHealth.
The problem with prescribing the HEDIS indicators is that they may or may not support the strategy and the population served.
Automated System Efficiently Captures Required Data for HEDIS Audits and Quality Accreditation
Since its introduction in 1993, HEDIS has evolved to become the gold standard in managed care performance measurement.