Health Data Vision, Inc. (HDVI) today announced the release of Medical Record Collection System (MRCS) 4.27, including enhancements for health plans who license MRCS for in-house use and to collaborate with HDVI, as well as those subject to Medicare Advantage Risk Adjustment Data Validation (RADV) requirements. Upgrades to the user interface increase ease-of-use and place greater power into the hands of the client administrator.
MRCS 4.27 Upgrades
- Enhanced Data Loading - In MRCS 4.25, data uploading became available to HEDIS client administrators to self-validate data. In 4.27, this feature has been enhanced to support the Initial Validation Audit (IVA) format, reducing data submission time and increasing time for chart retrieval and coding. View the data loading process now via our training portal.
- Self-Service Chart Loading - Client administrators have a new option in MRCS for attaching medical charts to the system. In addition to the prior methods of fax, mail or FTP transfer, there is now a self-uploading module.
- Custom Provider Communications - Client administrators can now customize a provider document checklist or accept the default list, providing greater efficiency in communicating with providers to collect missing information from the medical record.
- Improved IVA Workflows - MRCS now includes Non-EDGE Claim (NEC) workflows, to meet the 2016 HHS-RADV protocol as part of the data load, which addresses health plans with capitated provider contracts.
“HDVI continues to develop new capabilities and make improvements to existing functionality so that health plans may take control of their Quality Improvement and Risk Adjustment initiatives,” remarked Jay Ackerman, CEO of HDVI. “The market is thirsty for software like MRCS to accelerate the value-based care model.”
HDVI is committed to making MRCS the best SaaS solution in the industry. To this end, we have brought on a new VP of Product, Kevin Owens, who will be speaking with each of our customers to listen and collaborate on version 5.0. For more information on MRCS, click the button below.