Updated: Sep 14, 2020
As health plans shift to value-based payment models, successful health organizations must utilize technologies to build an effective quality management program that will improve clinical indicator tracking and deliver quality care and cost savings.
With more than 90 different healthcare measures, collecting HEDIS data has become incredibly complex. The use of technology can assist in the collection of this data, provide better clinical indicator tracking and drive better quality outcomes.
For most healthcare organizations, there is a recurring and inefficient loop of chasing charts to document, analyze, assemble, and report quality data elements to clinical indicators. This process becomes time consuming, expensive and provides a level of stress for the personnel responsible for the data submission.
There is a better way-- DARI Health is an efficient, highly effective quality measurement tool that can be used to monitor, measure and report clinical indicator tracking measures that focus on musculoskeletal deficiencies and disorders. The initiative will yield big dividends, save cost and stop chart and medical record chasing.
For example, one payer achieved an annual savings of $2.5 million by replacing their manual chart-chase with electronic healthcare data. DARI Health has developed within their reporting the same electronic data for clinical indicator tracking. To achieve these results, DARI Health looked at clinical indicator tracking itself and built in the appropriate movements to statistically calculate the patient’s mobility and the likelihood that the patient would have a gait and stability event in the future.