Get Visibility. Optimize Workflow. Improve RAF Scores.
The move to value-based care is a challenging one for most health systems as it involves working differently. We can help you get started with the people, processes and technology needed for success. Achieving success with value-based care is a marathon, not a sprint. Our measured approach can get you started to gain an ROI quickly and expand as the value is achieved.
Ensuring that chronic health conditions are appropriately documented every year can have a significant impact on reimbursement. Lack of data, tools and reliance on manual processes make addressing this opportunity a challenge. We can help prioritize the patients and providers with the greatest opportunity for improvement so that you can achieve the quickest ROI and ensure compliance, while improving patient care.
UASI Understands These Challenges
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RAF Vue™️ automatically analyzes your patient claims to identify your risk- based population, generates accurate RAF scores, and enables a workflow to capture relevant chronic conditions and provides transparency among departments and key stakeholders.
RAF Vue™️ at a Glance
Instant insights into chronic code capture and recapture opportunities
Quickly surface patients with the greatest treatment and financial impacts through a centralized, patient-level view
Automatically calculate reported and potential RAF scores
Generates reporting at the patient, provider, and reviewer level
Achieve immediate go-live without EMR integration
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VICE PRESIDENT OF CONSULTING SERVICES
Mary is the official representative of the IFHIMA to the WHO Family of International Classifications Education and Implementation (EIC) and Morbidity Reference Group (MbRG) workgroups. She has over 35 years of experience in the health information profession including serving as a Vice President at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) for several years. She holds a master’s in biomedical informatics and is currently pursuing a doctorate in health informatics.