Pulse8 Presenting at the Upcoming RISE Risk Adjustment Forum

Pulse8 Presenting at the Upcoming RISE Risk Adjustment Forum in Marco Island, Florida, on Analyzing Documentation Concerns for Future Payments

In its 12th year, the annual RISE Risk Adjustment Forum features education focused on innovative strategies to improve risk adjustment programs for Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, and ACA Commercial Plans. 

This year’s forum will include Courtney Yeakel, Chief Product Officer at Pulse8, and Susan Waterman, Director of Risk Adjustment at Scott & White Health Plan. Together, they will present Analyzing Documentation Concerns for Future Payments on Monday November 12, 2018 at 4:15pm EST at the JW Marriott on Marco Island, Florida.  This aligns heavily with this year’s conference theme of optimal performance through accuracy.

During this joint presentation, attendees will get a better understanding of the following:

  • Maximizing CDI Reviews to Catch Errors
  • Tools to Support Coded Conditions in Documentation
  • Identifying Missed Codes that are Costing your Plan Revenue
  • Educating Coders on CMS Payment Guidelines
  • Reducing Denied Codes by Document Review Efficiency

“I am privileged to be speaking alongside Susan Waterman of Scott & White Health Plan on common concerns that should be addressed today by health plans to prevent errors in documentation that can adversely affect a plan’s revenue and reduce time wasted on error correction,” stated Courtney Yeakel, Pulse8’s Chief Product Officer.  “It will be fantastic to share the stage with an industry expert like Susan to educate attendees on a topic as vital as proper documentation.”

Attendees will also have the opportunity to visit Pulse8’s booth to speak with Courtney and meet other key members of the Pulse8 team.  To schedule a meeting or demo, please email Scott Filiault at Scott.Filiault@Pulse8.com.

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