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What is the purpose of the coding intensity adjustment?

The purpose of the adjustment is to account for differences in coding patterns between Medicare Advantage and FFS Medicare differences that are a function of the differences between the structural payment and care models in the Medicare Advantage and FFS Medicare programs.

What is the purpose of the risk adjustment values?

Risk adjustment is used to adjust bidding and payment based on the health status and demographic characteristics of an enrollee. Risk scores measure individual beneficiaries' relative risk and risk scores are used to adjust payments for each beneficiary's expected expenditures.

What is the purpose of collecting diagnoses in risk adjustment coding?

Risk adjustment is a process of collecting all diagnosis codes from patient charts and using these illnesses (along with their comorbidities and complications) to determine the ICD codes, which drive risk. Diagnosis codes are a good starting point for analyzing known conditions and speculating on potential risks.

What are risk adjustment payments?

"Risk adjustment" refers to the adjustment of capitation payments (set amount per member per month, as opposed to fee-for-service payments), based on the diagnoses on file for the patients. Risk adjustment modifies payments to all insurers based on an expectation of what the patient's care will cost.

What is the purpose of a RADV?

The goal of the RADV Audit is to identify any discrepancies by comparing risk adjustment diagnosis data submitted by a Medicare Advantage (MA) organization via encounters and claims, against the data provided to CMS per the RADV audit process.

What is the purpose of the RADV audit?

The goal of the RADV Audit is to identify any discrepancies by comparing risk adjustment diagnosis data submitted by a Medicare Advantage (MA) organization via encounters and claims, against the data provided to CMS per the RADV audit process.

How many records are submitted per patient in a RADV audit?

The RADV audit is intended to verify the diagnosis codes submitted for payment through medical record documentation. This ensures risk-adjusted payment integrity and accuracy. In RADV audits, CMS selects 30 plan contracts and audits 201 members each to validate the diagnosis-driven HCCs submitted during the year.

What is a risk adjustment?

Risk adjustment is a method to offset the cost of providing health insurance for individualssuch as those with chronic health conditionswho represent a relatively high risk to insurers. ... The risk score is a relative measure of the probable costs to insure the individual.

What is the purpose of risk adjustment?

The purpose for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to conduct Risk Adjustment Factors is to pay plans for the risk of the beneficiaries they enroll, instead of calculating an average amount of Medicare/Medicare Advantage beneficiaries.

What is a risk adjustment review?

Accurate documentation of diagnoses by clinicians is a critical component of the risk adjustment process. The Medicare Advantage program relies on risk adjustment to maintain predictable and actuarially sound payments to Medicare Advantage to provide benefits to all enrollees.

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