San Francisco, California – June 17, 2019 – Talix, a leading SaaS healthcare information technology company delivering risk adjustment and quality solutions for value-based reimbursement, today announced a new reporting and analytics module within its risk adjustment application suite. This robust new module enables users to quickly and easily create relevant reports for specific roles or “personas” within their organization. This functionality strikes a critical balance between flexible configuration and purpose-built analytics—something most reporting solution shave historically lacked.
“In the past, data reporting solutions went one of two ways. Either they were so rigid that people couldn’t configure it easily to accommodate their needs and key performance indicators of interest to their organization. Or, they were so flexible and required such a steep learning curve that non-technical users were unable to extract value from them,” says Shahyan Currimbhoy, Senior Vice President, Product Management and Engineering at Talix. “The Talix reporting and analytics module eliminates this frustrating disparity with delivering a solution that is both configurable and intuitive.”
Leveraging easy-to-use, pre-built templates—each with its own inventory of specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), graphs and data elements—users can quickly customize detailed reports for different roles in the organization ranging from the C-Suite to the risk adjustment head to the coding supervisor and individual coders. With an intuitive analytics creator wizard, users are able to quickly create and configure these reports to hone in on their KPIs of interest and drive towards successful outcomes.
“Our customers told us they want to be able to create reports based on who’s asking for them, so we listened,” says Currimbhoy. “Not only are we enabling users to build reports they never could before, but we’re empowering them to deliver the right data to the right people in the right way.”
“C-Suite executives want to know how their risk adjustment lines of business are performing,” says Dean Stephens, CEO of Talix. “Likewise, program administrators need analytics on how their in-house coding teams or external chart review vendors are performing against plan. Individual coders should know their daily and weekly progress. Our platform leverages rich patient and member data to help these different ‘personas’ track success.”
The new reporting and analytics module is currently offered with Talix’s flagship Coding InSight and Claims InSight solutions that helps organizations take control of their risk adjustment process and coding operations.
For more information and to schedule a demo, please visit: www.talix.com/products/reports-analytics
Leading healthcare payers and providers partner with Talix to create value through a NLP-powered workflow platform to E.A.T.—extract, analyze and transform—unstructured and structured patient data into actionable information. Ultimately, Talix is accelerating the journey toward universal adoption of value-based reimbursement and to create a better and more responsive healthcare system. For more information, please visit www.talix.com or follow @TalixHealth on Twitter.
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