I’m sure the at one time or another in your professional life, knowing the future would have come in handy. Knowing the future would make decisions easier, right? Should you make that lateral move? Hire that new vendor? Take a risk on new software? All the answers would be easy if you just knew what things might look like a year from now… or five years from now.
Well, here’s the opportunity! We want to share it with anyone who will listen.
The Health Effectiveness Data Information Set (HEDIS®) has always evolved, year by year. But instead of a slow evolution, we are on the cusp of a revolution – a digital revolution. It paves the way for easier data collection, more accurate measurement and more timely results.
Now, you can be among the first to see HEDIS’ future, and to perhaps play a part in shaping that future.
Mark your calendar now and sign up for our “The Future of HEDIS” webinar. The webinar is scheduled for Friday, July 12 at 2:30PM Eastern Time.
Predicting the Possibilities
Learn what’s new and what’s next. That includes these “change” topics:
- Allowable Adjustments: New flexibility lets organizations use HEDIS at different levels of the health care system, and for purposes other than health plan reporting.
- Licensing and Certification: Updated requirements ensure the accuracy of measure results.
- Digital Measures: HEDIS specifications that download straight into users’ data systems bring new ease and clarity.
- Electronic Clinical Data Systems (ECDS): This new reporting method helps clinical data create insight for managing the health of individuals and groups.
- Annual Timeline: A new schedule gives the HEDIS community complete measure specs, sooner—11 months earlier than the current timeline.
How important is this? Well, just look at who our speakers are.
Register now and don’t miss this opportunity to hear from NCQA’s top leaders–not to mention the chance to ask them your questions online.
Our prediction? Er, Our wish? You’ll be there. See, we can see the future.
Matt Brock is the Director of Communications at NCQA. After more than two decades working in broadcast journalism, Matt now leads NCQA’s efforts to develop unique content that engages and informs consumers as well as providers, plans and policymakers via this blog, our website, NCQA.org and numerous social media platforms. Matt’s goal is to educate consumers and to direct them to the best resources when considering quality in their health care decisions.