The only solution that focuses on the provider practice and physician organization to help build a patient focused, data-driven organization
Academic and community physician and provider organizations face a unique set of challenges as they balance patient care with rising costs, restrictions on government funding and new payment models. A comprehensive solution that helps transform margins, innovate financial performance and maximize efficiency is the key to success.
More than a database, the CPSC, developed by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and Vizient®, is a full-service solution that fosters continuous collaboration, and drives innovation in strategy design, operational efficiency and revenue enhancement.Visit the Clinical Practice Solutions Center
- Enhances management of clinical practice and revenue cycle performance
- Provides productivity data for insights into department, specialty and provider performance
- Academic and community benchmarking at the department, specialty, provider level and key analytic methodologies
- Drives innovation in the design and implementation of strategies, tactics and management tools
- Annual Medicare fee schedule impact analysis to quantify potential impact on bottom line
- Analyze patient access trends and provider efficiency
Drive change with the right analytics, technology and expertise
The CPSC provides analytics to help physicians and medical groups understand their practices and their impact on performance. Ensuring better care with improved outcomes requires a partner and solution with the scale, breadth and depth of experience, and proven expertise to deliver exponential impact across the continuum of care.
Specialty-specific comparative benchmarking data for more than 140,000 providers delivers invaluable insights to maximize clinical performance. Members can measure and manage clinical activity, monitor coding compliance, maximize charge capture, and track visit mix and optimize practice yield.
Revenue cycle performance
Manage clinical practice and revenue cycle performance to understand and manage third-party payer contracts, reduce and prevent denials and improve collection timeliness and efficiency.
Peer networking and best practice sharing with more than 90 faculty practice organizations provides real-time information and relevant collaborative support. Many of these organizations participate in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ physician quality programs — presenting prime opportunities for collaborative information sharing to improve performance.
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