Quality Reporting and Management Solution of Medisolv Upgrades Health-Data Quality
DALLAS, TX: Medisolv has received absolute endorsement from the American Hospital Association (AHA) for its Quality Reporting and Management Solutions. AHA is a non-profit health care organization and the nationwide ruler of health care solutions and services among health care communities. Medisolv’s Quality Reporting and Management solutions will be deployed for enhancing and securing quality data of hospitals and physicians. The efficient solution also measures health centre’s performances and the accuracy of data quality.
"Medisolv's Quality Reporting and Management Solution enable hospitals and their associated physicians to measure, monitor and improve quality, cost and efficiency. It also stands apart for its implementation success confirmed by its 95 percent client retention rate in more than 300 hospitals," says Tim Steffl, Chief Operating and Development Officer, AHA Solutions.
For the past 15 years, Medisolv has made an impact on the industry. Its core solutions leverage Electronic Health Record (EHR) data to help client’s data quality improvement, costs and efficiency with a single platform that combines their innovative software with value added services.
The recently endorsed solution- ENCORE Quality Reporting and Management is an integrated suite of module that is designed to eliminate alignment issues between electronic quality measures and manual abstraction in Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and Joint Commission quality reporting programs. The key features of ENCOR include Nightly EHR data extracts to make cases available for electronic quality measures (eCQM) calculation or manual data abstraction. It provides abstractors “Smart” worksheets with measure specific guidance. It further supplies details of case level with clinical data and compares eCQM results to abstraction worksheet data. It additionally offers hospitals and physicians the necessary guidance over their quality department and leads them to work with more accurate and timely maintained data.
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