|By Business Wire||
|August 14, 2013 01:40 PM EDT||
Pam Klugman, vice president and chief operating officer of Clear Vision Information Systems, will discuss changes in reimbursement policies and its dramatic impact on health plans and physician groups at the first ever Best Practices in Financial Management for Medicare Advantage Plans conference being held August 26-27 in New York.
“The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) is shifting how it sets the rates for reimbursement to Medicare Advantage plans, and these plans and physicians stand to lose significant revenue if they don’t adapt to these new rules of the road,” said Klugman. “Our presentation will review new coding and reporting issues, offer a primer on what Medicare Advantage plans need to do to be prepared, and use case studies to demonstrate the potential impact of these new regulations.”
In addition to Klugman’s presentation, conference attendees will have the opportunity to see a demonstration of the powerful RevMaxPro data intelligence tool at Clear Vision’s exhibit booth. RevMaxPro helps physicians and health plans better care for Medicare patients while optimizing their own revenue potential by identifying patients with chronic conditions, pinpointing gaps in treatment, and monitoring the reporting of clinical data to CMS.
A second generation of its industry-leading RevenueMax product, RevMaxPro includes enhanced financial and clinical dashboards, HEDIS and STARS tracking, opportunities for customization, and access to industry benchmarking data that allows the user to compare their performance to industry norms.
“RevMaxPro is an invaluable tool for providers and health plans serving the growing senior market as it helps to quickly and easily make the connection between services delivered and CMS revenue received,” said Klugman. “It is integral to effective care management, finance and CMS compliance because it helps ensure that all of a patient’s chronic care needs are being identified and properly addressed based on real-time data that physicians readily have at their fingertips.”
The August 26-27 conference is being held at the Princeton Club of New York. It is being co-sponsored by the Healthcare Education Associations, a division of Financial Research Associates, and RISE, the first national association totally dedicated to enabling healthcare professionals to meet the challenges of risk adjustment. Further information may be obtained by calling 704-341-2437 or emailing email@example.com.
Clear Vision Information Systems provides Medicare Advantage risk adjustment solutions and strategies to health plans and providers nationwide. Leveraging decades of experience at the forefront of Medicare policy, the Clear Vision team provides an integrated mix of risk adjustment analytics, continuity-of-care strategies, and compliance consulting tailored to the individual needs of each client. The “20/20 clarity” and easy-to-implement, high-impact tools Clear Vision brings results in revenue optimization and improved quality of care. For further information, visit www.cvinfosys.com.