uberAWV

[vc_row padding_top=”80px”][vc_column][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”Uber AWV” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:30px;” sub_heading_margin=”margin-top:10px;” main_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:regular” main_heading_style=”font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;” sub_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:300″ sub_heading_style=”font-weight:300;” sub_heading_line_height=”desktop:28px;” sub_heading_font_size=”desktop:18px;”]Maximizing the ROI of the Annual Wellness Visit[/ultimate_heading][ult_animation_block animation=”bounceIn” animation_duration=”1″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][vc_column_text]Medicare Advantage health plans are required to: 1. conduct a yearly Health Risk Assessment (HRA), 2. promote the Annual Wellness Visit (AWV), 3. collect diagnoses for risk adjustment (HCC), 4. report quality metrics for Star ratings, 5. ensure documentation compliance.  In most MA plans, these five tasks are managed by different departments and the efforts at completing the tasks are not coordinated.  Cozeva’s Uber Annual Wellness Visit changes that.[/vc_column_text][/ult_animation_block][vc_row_inner css=”.vc_custom_1433880340656{margin-top: 50px !important;}”][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][ult_animation_block animation=”slideInLeft” animation_duration=”1″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”The Dysfunction of Silos” heading_tag=”h3″ alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:24px;” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:30px;”][/ultimate_heading][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1522897678376{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]At some point in the calendar year diagnosis codes for risk adjustment are reviewed  and the CFO notices that some of the diagnoses are below national prevalence rates.  At some point later that year, the quality team decides to do a patient chart review to collect supplemental data for the Star quality measures and contacts the PCP offices to schedule a chart review.  At some later point in the year, the risk adjustment team decides to do a patient chart review to collect documentation for HCC risk adjustment and contacts the PCP offices to schedule another chart review.  Repeat as needed….    The problem for most plans is by the time you’re on your fifth call to the patient or provider to comply with any of these processes, the expected compliance rate may fall to less than 17%.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”2130″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/ult_animation_block][ult_animation_block animation=”slideInLeft” animation_duration=”1″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”What if….” heading_tag=”h3″ alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:24px;” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:30px;”][/ultimate_heading][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1522962253984{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

In one visit you could:

  1. health risk assessment (HRA)
  2. annual wellness visit (AWV)
  3. recapture of chronic HCC-related diagnosis codes
  4. review of suspect HCC-related diagnosis codes
  5. identify specific underdiagnosed conditions by selective screening
  6. close quality gaps in care related to CMS 5 STAR
  7. produce audit compliant documentation
  8. capture data electronically via an 837 or supplemental file

[/vc_column_text][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][vc_single_image image=”2132″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/ult_animation_block][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][ult_animation_block animation=”slideInRight” animation_duration=”1″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”There is a Better Way ” heading_tag=”h3″ alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:24px;” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:30px;”][/ultimate_heading][vc_single_image image=”2131″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1522897706561{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]It’s time to think outside the box and accross silos.  The common denominator for all five of these required tasks is patient-provider interaction.  How about combining these tasks into on uber visit and one audit-compliant uber document?  Introducing Cozeva’s Uber Annual Wellness Visit.[/vc_column_text][/ult_animation_block][ult_animation_block animation=”slideInRight” animation_duration=”1″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_spacer height=”125″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”Putting the Uber in AWV” heading_tag=”h3″ alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:24px;” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:30px;”][/ultimate_heading][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1522962836364{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

Cozeva’s electronic form makes it easier for the PCP to review and complete, reducing the amount of office visit time required to complete the uberAWV visit.  With Cozeva’s uberAWV:

  • an HRA is completed and reviewed by the PCP
  • an AWV is completed
  • all HCC-related diagnosis codes are reviewed and properly documented (recapture)
  • underdiagnosed conditions are selectively screened and properly documented (suspect)
  • all CMS 5 STAR Quality gaps in care are closed
  • documentation is compliant for auditing
  • data received electronically
  • workflow in the provider offices is tracked centrally

[/vc_column_text][/ult_animation_block][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row sd_bg_color=”#f1fafe” sd_margin_bottom=”0px”][vc_column][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”uberAWV for all lines of business” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:30px;” sub_heading_font_size=”desktop:18px;” sub_heading_margin=”margin-top:10px;” main_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:regular” main_heading_style=”font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;” sub_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:300″ sub_heading_style=”font-weight:300;”][/ultimate_heading][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row sd_margin_bottom=”0px” css=”.vc_custom_1507236504477{border-bottom-width: 2px !important;border-bottom-color: #f4f4f4 !important;border-bottom-style: solid !important;}”][vc_column][ult_animation_block animation=”zoomIn” animation_duration=”3″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][ultimate_heading main_heading=”Solution for risk adjustment methodology” alignment=”left” main_heading_font_size=”desktop:30px;” sub_heading_font_size=”desktop:18px;” main_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:regular” main_heading_style=”font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:10px;” sub_heading_font_family=”font_family:Roboto|font_call:Roboto|variant:300″ sub_heading_style=”font-weight:300;”][/ultimate_heading][vc_column_text]Such as the shared savings ACOs (aka alternative payment models) used in Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance these programs typically have both a quality component as well as a risk adjustment factor used to determine the acuity of the patient population under management, in order to calculate the shared savings.[/vc_column_text][/ult_animation_block][ultimate_spacer height=”50″][/vc_column][/vc_row]