As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans were either unable to get the care they needed or were deterred from tending to developing medical conditions in fear of contracting the coronavirus. Either way addressing this significant drop off in medical care is a key focus area for both payers and providers in 2021.

At the same time, the need for Risk Adjustment in payment models and incentive plans continues to grow. Along with an increasing number of audits, the importance of accurate diagnosis is greater than ever.

Register to learn more about:

  • How to address the fact that there was a significant decrease in medical care in 2020
  • Guidance on the specific requirements (or policies) for reporting conditions for risk adjustment
  • Importance of accurate risk adjustment coding for success in various reimbursement models

Payer and provider organizations must look to advanced technology such as clinically tuned, natural language processing (NLP) to help empower your risk adjustment strategies. Join us on April 8th to uncover potential areas where cNLP could be leveraged within your own organization.

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