Plans across the state align efforts to improve provider data
Texas is the latest state where leading health plans are adopting CAQH ProView to improve the accuracy of provider data. Participating organizations include Amerigroup, Superior HealthPlan and UnitedHealthcare, whose combined membership represents nearly 4 million Texans and more than 50 percent of the Medicaid covered population.
Machine learning is improving provider data quality
CAQH led a discussion on “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Data Quality” at AHIP Institute & Expo 2019 in Nashville. In the session, Hassaan Sohail, Manager, Product Innovation at CAQH, explained how the organization is using AI to improve the accuracy of health plan directories.
Survey closes July 15, 2019
CAQH is collecting voluntary data contributions for the 2019 CAQH Index, an annual industry-wide effort that tracks healthcare industry progress from manual to electronic business processes for common administrative transactions. In exchange for participation, contributors will receive a personalized benchmark report that measures the performance of their organization against industry standards in key areas. Data contribution typically takes only a few hours.
Registration is open now
This summer, CAQH CORE is hosting interactive webinars on several trending topics in healthcare, including:
Attachments Webinar Series: Defining a Path to Electronic Exchange of Medical Documentation
July 10, 2019 | 2:00 p.m. ET
While the healthcare industry is making significant progress in adopting electronic administrative transactions, the lack of standardized practices for attachments is creating burden and draining resources. This webinar will delve into a recently released CAQH CORE white paper, which summarizes insights from more than 250 healthcare organizations, and five areas of opportunity they discovered. Register now.
Health plan professionals gather to discuss provider data and other pressing topics
The 2019 CAQH ProView Symposium was held last month in Washington, DC. The event, titled “Achieving Provider Data Excellence,” was attended by representatives from nearly 50 health plans across the nation.