Webinar: How to Leverage Cutting Edge Technology to Improve Your Prospective Risk Adjustment Processes

More than ever before, health systems and health plans are looking for ways to recoup losses incurred from deferred care and cancelled elective procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many are looking to prospective risk adjustment as a way to help assuage these losses. 

Join us for an exciting webinar presentation to learn more about: 

  • What prospective risk adjustment is, and how it can help your programs
  • The difference between retrospective and prospective risk adjustment, and why they need to be treated differently
  • How to quickly discover clinical indicators that may lead to uncovering missed health conditions 
  • How to enhance the tedious patient data review process in order to help providers identify the clinical insights needed to capture their high-quality care
  • Ways to create a more complete view of your patient’s health status 
  • Guidance on the latest trends and policies in prospective risk adjustment 

Featured Speakers

David Ingram

Senior Director of Product Management

Wolters Kluwer, Health Language

As a Senior Director of Product Management, David supports the company’s Health Language division of Wolters Kluwer by helping organizations across the health care spectrum regarding standardized terminologies, data normalization, and using NLP to accelerate Chart Review.

David has over 20 years of healthcare industry experience helping organizations with Revenue Cycle Management and Clinical Terminology, and one of his notable accomplishments is that he developed the first predictive model to help cash-strapped hospitals manage receivables during the housing crisis.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine University.

Amy Campbell, RN, MSM

Consulting Manager

Wolters Kluwer, Health Language

Amy has been a nurse for over thirty years working predominantly in the Critical Care setting but also in the Assisted Living and Medical Legal industries. Over the last five years she has been active in Risk Adjustment from both the auditor and Outpatient CDI perspectives. She enjoys building new outpatient CDI programs, collaborating, and teaching providers, payers, and HIM partners about chronic condition capture bounded by compliant practices.

Amy has completed her Master’s of Science in Business Management focusing on Health Care Administration during the pandemic. This program has honed Amy’s skills in strategic analysis of metrics, transformational and developmental leadership, and refining CDI program goals to the unique needs of each health system.

In her spare time, Amy is active in her church, spending time with her family and pets, beekeeping, and enjoying the outdoors.

Dr. Omar Salah - Special Guest Speaker

Founder and CEO


Omar Salah is the founder and CEO of MDPortals Inc. which provides risk-adjusted medical records to its client MDs, providing them with a full perspective of patients' longitudinal health records. MDPortals collects patients’ medical records from a whole ecosystem of proprietary clinical sources and synthesizes them into one composite health record.
Read the March 5, 2020
Press Release titled, "Health Gorilla Becomes Largest Commonwell Connector through Partnership with MDPortals."

Mr. Salah was CEO and founder of Stem MD, the first network of orthopedic surgeons specializing in FDA-approved stem cell treatments.

He founded Century Investment Group, a Jordanian conglomerate specializing in joint ventures in manufacturing, along with foreign multinational corporations including Sara Lee, Motorola, and Victoria's Secret. In his role as Century's founder, Mr. Salah was the founder of Qualifying Industrial Zones, which are free trade zones that allow for exclusive free trade access into the US market.

He was the managing partner of Star-Brands Partners, a joint-venture with a Parthenon Capital, specializing in consumer brands and healthcare related investments.

He served as Vice Chairman of the Young Entrepreneur Organization (2000-2010).
And for more, read the New York Times Article, 2000 which details Omar Salah’s previous ventures in business technology.

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