This webinar will demonstrate how you can improve the care of your patients with diabetes and close care gaps, improving HEDIS compliance. Three healthcare leaders from different organizations will discuss how they’ve implemented diabetic retinal exam (DRE) programs in primary care that is detecting disease early in at-risk patients. The organizations’ integration and automated workflow processes allows them to examine more patients, identify more disease, resulting in saved sight and saved cost. You will hear perspectives from operations, medical directors, and eye care specialists.
During this webinar, you will:
• Hear how primary care physicians are using the latest telemedicine solution to provide better quality and lower cost care to their diabetic patient populations
• Learn how 3 health systems are improving HEDIS outcomes, STAR ratings, and HCC/RAF scores in risk-based contracts
• Understand the effect of the IRIS-EHR integration on workflow improvement that enhances patient identification, examination, and reimbursement
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