Hierarchical Condition Category Documentation Guidelines

Hierarchical Condition Category Documentation Guidelines

Hierarchical Condition Category Documentation Guidelines

Hierarchical Condition Category Documentation Guidelines

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Hierarchical condition category coding(HCC) is a risk-adjustment model used to estimate future health care costs for patient. It is becoming increasingly prevalent as the environment shifts to value-based payment models. A patient with few serious health conditions would have lower medical costs and lower utilization than a patient with multiple chronic conditions. By utilizing HCC coding, physicians create a clearer picture of patient medical needs, and the costs associated with their care.

COURSE INFORMATION

Bina Sehmi 1 hrsValid for 12 monthsCreated 2019-06-13Updated 2019-06-24

Course Objectives

  • The definition of Hierarchical Condition Coding (HCC).
  • The importance of HCC coding to the MSSP/ACOs.
  • Differences in HCC models assigned by population.
  • How risk scores are determined.

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