Leading industry organizations including AHIMA, HIMSS, and HFMA have recognized our contributions to the healthcare community through multiple accolades, speaking opportunities, and leadership appointments. You can download some of our thought leadership here. And if you are looking for a speaker for your next event, please reach out to Allison Alavi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Synopsis : Examines the gaps in the current U.S. healthcare mandate model and provides an approach to address fundamental flaws within the system.
The point : Current mandates shift the financial burden from payors to providers. We need a better solution that stops the root cause of waste, patient-level complications, before they happen.
Synopsis : Provides guidance on how to rightsize current programs and get ICD-10 under control following the passage of the "doc fix" bill H.R.4302 on March 31, 2014.
The point : Providers can use analytics to make their ICD-10 programs more efficient, reduce burn rates, and realize value under ICD-9.
Synopsis : Reviews ICD-10's potential impact on data volumes and influence on predictive technologies within the healthcare industry.
The point : Data volumes will explode with the implementation of ICD-10, creating new opportunities for predictive and big data technologies to transform healthcare.
Synopsis : Delivers a light-hearted overview of the critical steps providers need to take to avoid ICD-10 financial and operational impacts.
The point : ICD-10, like the zombie apocalypse, requires good tools, a solid plan, and a great team.
Synopsis : Delivers the five biggest lessons learned in ICD-10 documentation success and how the transition is providing an unprecedented chance to improve clinical documentation.
The point : By prioritizing CDI efforts using advanced analytics, providers can reduce risks to their revenues under ICD-9 and in ICD-10
Synopsis : Jvion's Ritesh Sharma discusses healthcare waste, big data, and predictive analytics with the Healthcare Insider.
Synopsis : Examines the different approaches to ICD-10 documentation prioritization with a deep dive in the "Empirical Approach" and its ability to create a sustainable ICD-10 program.
The point : The best way to prioritize clinical documentation efforts is through an approach that uses advanced analytics to identify risks and opportunities.
Synopsis : Communicates ICD-10's potential impacts to operational and total margins through an easy-to-read comic format.
The point : ICD-10 will impact operational and total margins if providers do not identify risk areas and mitigate potential negative revenue impacts.
Synopsis : Delivers an overview of findings from the HIMSS ICD-10 Playbook financial risk calculator tool.
The point : As of the fall of 2013, physician practices are at greatest risk of operational and financial impacts resulting from the transition to ICD-10.
Synopsis : Examines healthcare waste including current payer and government reactions to waste, the resulting impact for providers, and an approach that can address waste at the provider-level before a dollar is lost.
The point : The best way to stop waste is to make sure that it doesn't happen in the first place using predictive technologies and emerging machine learning capabilities.
Synopsis : Ritesh Sharma discusses ICD-10's revenue impacts, what it means to take a revenue-focused approach to the transition, and the best way to avoid potential reimbursement losses in this one-hour recorded webinar.
Synopsis : Discusses how ICD-10 is blurring the line in healthcare fraud detection and potential solutions that leverage big data and predictive analytics to avoid potential losses.
The point : It will take time for fraud detection algorithms to adjust to code set changes; providers need to proactively stop waste using new predictive solutions that detect potential waste areas before they occur.