During the evaluation period we work closely with providers to help them understand the construct of the programs, and evaluate their potential opportunities and risks. Using the CMS baseline data from the Medicare Standard Analytic File (SAF) our tool provides early insight into the data, without needing to wait for CMS. In addition to episode details, you gain access to regional and national benchmarks for a more thorough evaluation.
Our web-based episode monitoring tool provides drillable dashboards and detailed reports around episode composition, trends, post-acute utilization, readmissions and physician comparisons, and other actionable data. By drilling down into claim level data within the tool or exporting data for exploration, this flexibility allows organizations to effectively manage their data.
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