RISE National 2021: Overcoming the Data Lag Problem, Improving Data Capture, Patient Engagement and Access to Care
Don’t miss “The Data Lag Problem and How to Overcome It,” at RISE National 2021, Tues. March 30, 2021, 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (ET).
During the COVID-19 pandemic, primary care visits dropped 60% with many Americans temporarily putting off going to the doctor. Experts speculate that this will lead to a decline in health outcomes and potentially dire consequences for those who forgo much-needed preventive screenings and treatments. This decrease has also led to unaddressed care gaps and strained revenue for many providers. In fact, providers averaged a 32% loss in revenue since February 2020.
To help providers during this challenging time, Josh Hetler, executive vice president, Business Intelligence, DataLink Software (DataLink), and Marcia Guida, MS-CH, MBA, MS-HP, CPC, senior director, Provider Technology Ecosystems, will present a joint session, “The Data Lag Problem and How to Overcome It,” RISE National 2021, Tues. March 30, 2021, 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (ET).
Best Data Practices
Our presentation will discuss strategies and best practices for payers and providers to lessen the impact of missing patient data, data capture, patient engagement and access to care.
Attendees will learn solutions for addressing the lack of patient data from 2020 and will better understand its impact on revenue in the upcoming years. Additionally, this session will provide strategies around costs related to the absence of patient adherence, as well as how to prepare for upcoming audits, utilizing the data collected in 2020, and ways to address data gaps and interoperability.
Evoke360: Identifying Care Gaps
Participants will recognize the role of DataLink’s Evoke360 to regularly extract data created in a provider’s EHR to capture a patient’s full clinical history and actionable insights on diagnoses, open care gaps, inpatient/outpatient visits and prescriptions at the point of care. Evoke360 also drives EHR-to-payer, HIE-to-payer and payer-to-payer data exchange.