The latest episode of Liberation Lab focuses on CMS changes to Star Ratings and what the shift in weights of different measures means to MA plans. Kimberly Swanson of Network Health, Julie Barnes of Maverick Health Policy, Nancy Green of Aveus, and Debbie Hill of Medecision share their insights on what these changes to Star ratings mean for health plans.
Editor’s Note: On August 5, 2021, CMS announced that two Health Outcomes Survey (HOS) outcome measures, Improving or Maintaining Physical Health and Improving or Maintaining Mental Health, will be removed from 2022 and 2023 calculations due to COVID-19. Learn more here and here.
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Medecision® is a digital care management company whose solutions and services are used by leading health plans and care delivery organizations to support more than 42 million people nationwide. Aerial™, a HITRUST CSF®-certified, SaaS solution from Medecision, seamlessly connects the healthcare ecosystem to powerful data and insights that drive meaningful consumer engagement while creating efficiencies to reduce costs and support effective care, case and utilization management. Aveus, our professional services division, helps business leaders solve complex challenges and drive better performance, leaving organizations more capable.
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