[Watch] Easily customize MDS analysis rules to improve quality

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SimpleAnalyzer’s MDS analysis rules can easily be customized to optimize workflow and reimbursement.

When your facility’s concern is cash flow and reimbursement, it does little good to identify MDS problems after a batch has already been submitted to CMS. To maximize productivity and reimbursement, you need to be aware of MDS issues when it counts most — before the batch is transmitted to CMS, while you still have the chance to correct problems.

SimpleAnalyzer makes it easy to customize rule sets to fit the MDS transmission workflow at your facility. The built-in rule sets can quickly and easily be tailored to give your MDS staff more accuracy and control in the MDS transmission process.

Watch the brief video [2:10] to learn how to easily change individual rules and rule categories in real time within SimpleAnalyzer.

About the customizable MDS analysis rules

SimpleAnalyzer™ was designed to minimize the “noise” that is common with analyzer tools — in other words, the tendency to overload you with information and alerts to the point that you miss key problems.

SimpleAnalyzer features built-in MDS analysis rules and UB-04 analytics created by an Advisory Panel of nationwide reimbursement experts and SimpleLTC customers. You can utilize this rule set for a baseline level of analysis, customize existing rules or even build your own company-specific ones.

About SimpleAnalyzer

SimpleAnalyzer™ is a web-based analytical tool for optimizing and “scrubbing” MDS 3.0 and UB-04 files. It comprehensively audits both clinical MDS and financial UB files, alerting you to potential problem areas, inconsistencies and missing documentation so you can correct errors before submission. It does the detailed analysis work your team doesn’t have the time to do. Learn more…

SimpleAnalyzer: MDS 3.0 analytics + UB-04 analytics = optimal reimbursement

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