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EHR Interoperability to Drive Improvements in Quality & Risk Score Accuracy

May 7, 2014

In conjunction with our partners, Inovalon is leveraging electronic health record (EHR) interoperability to improve efficiency and reduce provider abrasion through automatic medical record extraction and patient gap identification while simultaneously driving CMS- and NCQA-compliant quality improvement and risk score accuracy. This webinar addresses:

  • Achieving quality improvement and risk score accuracy in an environment of rapid expansion in managed care and disparate EHR systems
  • Automating medical record review to reduce provider abrasion, increase timeliness and consistency, and support CMS and NCQA audits
  • Embedding patient-specific gaps into the provider EHR to impact point of care engagement and support population health registries
  • Overcoming common connectivity and operational challenges with EHR and health information exchange (HIE) interoperability
  • Extending members access to care through partnerships with retail based healthcare clinics such as Walgreens

Learn how innovations with data-driven technologies and electronic health record interoperability reduce the cost of solution delivery and drive material value.

Eric Sullivan, Vice President of Product Innovation and Data Management, Inovalon
Brent Sanders, Vice President of Payer Markets, Allscripts
Webinar Date: May 6, 2014

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