Is your coding vendor getting to the whole truth?
Traditional coding versus the Apixio difference
Apixio partnered with one of its national payer customers to conduct the largest known study that compared traditional coding methods to technology augmented coding methods (Apixio’s AI powered coding application). The study was conducted with the same set of 75,000 Medicare Advantage charts from 10 different states across the county. The health plan performed quality assurance review on 100% of all findings. The results showcased not only the prowess of Apixio’s technology but also that traditional coding approaches are not getting to the whole truth when it comes to finding all your patients supported conditions.
Apixio’s platform was found to be 23% more accurate than traditional approaches and 300% more productive.
Take back control of your risk adjustment coding program.
With Apixio, taking back control of your risk adjustment coding program has never been easier, and more productive. With a proprietary flexible data acquisition approach it doesn’t matter if your chart data is locked away in an EHR or stored away in pdf or image files, Apixio’s powerful AI platform will surface supported coding opportunities that will have your team coding like a superhero. And when your team is coding they will have everything they need at their fingertips in our application’s streamlined coding workflow. Our HCC Identifier application will also enable your organization to increase transparency and gain access to a powerhouse of management tools like coder management, productivity insights, multiple levels of quality assurance and robust program analytics.
Apixio’s Compliance Solutions are the new benchmark for complete insights into every claim.
With our most robust offering, HCC Auditor, you can validate the accuracy of HCC Submissions by linking all HCC’s to available source encounter notes, ID unsupported codes and confirm the integrity of your HCC submissions.
Our Zero Evidence Report, helps coders identify HCCs that were submitted successfully to CMS but do not have the required supporting evidence in retrieved charts.