GHG recently hosted a webinar with Pareto Intelligence and Episource to discuss the best strategies to deploy to ensure that your upstream encounter data is accurate, complete, compliant, and ready for submission. Read a synopsis of the topics covered and watch the webinar recording on demand.
The 2021 Star Ratings Second Plan Preview has officially been released. GHG’s Melissa Smith discusses the impacts to health plans and the ways in which MA plans can prepare.
Star Ratings Plan Preview periods are officially underway. In this article, GHG’s Melissa Smith summarizes the most noteworthy changes implemented during the First Plan Preview.
In a year where we find ourselves using the word “unprecedented” far too often, NCQA’s recently released HEDIS updates continue the trend. GHG’s experts summarize the high-impact measure changes in this article.
GHG is thrilled to announce that Kate Rollins, MSN, RN, has joined GHG as the Senior Vice President of Population Health & Clinical Innovations. Kate is a Clinical Nurse Specialist with over 20 years of healthcare experience, specializing in clinical strategy and operations.
GHG recently held a virtual roundtable with leaders from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, HPOne, and Senior Market Sales discussing AEP sales strategies during a pandemic and presidential election. Read a synopsis of the topics covered and watch the webinar recording on demand.
CMS is increasing the weight of member experience measures beginning with the 2021 star ratings. This AIS Health article explores some of the ways in which MA plans can prepare.
Having a strong communications strategy in place with existing members while preparing for a more digitally based Annual Election Period (AEP) will be critical going into 2021 AEP. This AIS Health article explores what we learned from 2020 OEP and what to expect this fall.
With CMS’ release of the Contract Year 2021 Final Rule, MA plans now have some clarity regarding the many Star Ratings proposals made earlier this year.
With MA enrollment soaring, COVID-19 presenting still-developing threats to Medicare, and the Medicare Trust fund approaching insolvency, MedPAC continued emphasizing the need for urgently reforming the MA Quality Bonus Program during its April 2nd public meeting.