Change Healthcare’s InterQual Expert to Share Blueprint for Case Management Optimization at ACMA 2017

Apr 17, 2017, 1:00 AM
NEWTON, Mass. & WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ACMA 2017, booth 1001 —Attendees of this year’s American Case Management Association National Conference will learn how to transform their case management program for an industry moving to value when Change Healthcare’s Carol Everhart, RN, Senior Clinical Consultant, shares InterQual’s “Blueprint for Case Management Optimization” in a must-see breakout session.

On Saturday, April 22nd, at 10:45 a.m. in National Harbor room 10 at the Gaylord National Resort, in National Harbor, Md., Everhart will educate attendees on nine best practices to assess the health of their case management program. Those practices include identifying opportunities for improvement to help streamline workflow, benchmark against industry leaders, and implement evidence-based strategies that help reduce medical necessity denials—crucial insights for forward-thinking case managers committed to delivering the most cost-effective, appropriate care.

Also front and center at ACMA 2017, in McKesson booth #1001: the new InterQual® 2017, featuring Medicare Procedures powered by InterQual and Initial Review Criteria, along with more than 120 new content areas, that enhance review consistency and quickly guide emergency department staff to place patients in the appropriate level of care.

About 2,000 attendees and exhibitors are expected to attend ACMA 2017 on April 19th through the 23rd. Change Healthcare’s one-hour InterQual case management optimization presentation is Session 6F in National Harbor room 10, and kicks off at 10:45 a.m. sharp on April 22nd.

InterQual evidence-based criteria and technology solutions help improve clinical decision-making and care management across the medical and behavioral health continuums of care. The InterQual clinical development team synthesizes the most current, best evidence into a fully referenced decision support tool. InterQual’s development process is founded on rigorous review of the literature, and includes extensive peer review by practicing clinical experts across the United States.
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