Supercharge value-based care performance
Catholic Medical Partners (CMP) has been a partner of Vatica Health since the beginning of 2015. CMP’s 230+ primary care providers treat 19,000+ patients across multiple health plans. With such a large patient population, it was important to integrate Vatica’s solution to maintain a high standard of coding accuracy and documentation and overall patient-provider relationship.
CMP needed a solution that complimented its EMR, as well as one that provided a comprehensive view of patients while facilitating thorough visits and enhanced coding and documentation. Our technology helped CMP achieve these goals.
- Succeed in value-based care (VBC) arrangements
- Improve quality of documentation to drive coding accuracy and specificity
- Close open quality gaps
- Improve the rate of preventive/wellness visits among the eligible population
Providers at CMP use Vatica Health to improve documentation and coding for risk adjustment, close gaps in care, and increase the utilization of preventive services.
- Dedicated nurses, or Vatica Clinical Consultants (VCCs), conduct a thorough search of the EMR for relevant clinical information and synthesize it with health plan data
- Supercharges the EMR to surface appropriate, clinically validated codes
- Positively impact the closure of open care gaps (e.g. breast cancer, screening, colorectal cancer screening, and anti-rheumatic drug therapy, etc.)
of eligible members are better coded and better risk-adjusted.
AWV + Incentive x Volume
$150 + $150 x 72,000
Completed more than 72,000 Vatica supported visits, earning a substantial increase in additional revenue.
Chronic condition coding
clinically validated chronic conditions submitted through the Vatica program, driving more complete documentation and accurate scores.
“My favorite part about working with Vatica is the team is always with me. Lots of times you hire people to help you, they’re there in the beginning, and then they become vaporware. Vatica is always so responsive. It’s been incredibly important to us.”
Margaret Paroski, MD, Catholic Medical Partners