Understanding Risk Adjustment: Leveling the Playing Field
Risk adjustment—and the complex nature of the processes involved—often creates confusion in home care. CMS defines risk adjustment as a statistical process that incorporates the underlying health status of patients when looking at their health care outcomes. This is important when assessing health care service quality because some patients have more complex needs than others and not all patients are expected to improve to the same degree within the same amount of time.
This master class is an exploration of the clinical realm of risk adjustment. Learn the basics of risk adjustment calculations, how risk adjustment impacts your outcomes and practical strategies to ensure risk adjustment is accurately captured for your patients.
At the conclusion of this presentation attendees will receive 1.0 Nursing & Administrator CE, and meets criteria for 1.0 HCS-O hour.
*Purchase term consists of 1 month (30 days) of access to the online modules. Access is limited to the purchaser only. Modules may not be recorded, reproduced, or redistributed without the express consent of McBee Associates.
Due to the sensitive nature of the course work, and the intangible nature of the product, McBee is not able to offer refunds on any course materials.