2020 Quality Data Update
We are pleased to notify you that the 2020 quality data is now live on the Interpreta platform and is setup as your default database. You can still review 2019 data by toggling to the ‘Change Plan’ link and choosing the 2019 option. If you have not previously used this platform and want to access quality data for your members, please e-mail interpreta@medpointmanagement.
Quality Management Discussion Board
MedPOINT is very excited to launch our quality bulletin board. Please use the link below to sign up for updates and participate in moderated discussions in our secure environment. We also encourage this space for all of you to highlight best practices within your office or clinic as well as ask questions of your peers. This space is open to participants in all of MPM managed groups so we can learn from each other.
MedPOINT Management provides high quality management services for all clients resulting in positive experiences for our providers, plans and members. This includes forming relationships with multiple health care payers to expand provider and member enrollment and maintain financial viability for Independent Physician Association (IPA) and hospital clients. Our overall goal is to provide positive customer service and ensure a successful and innovative future in the fast-changing health care space.
Breaking Healthcare News
- CommonSpirit's CHI St. Luke's ends relationship...by Tara Bannow on November 25, 2020 at 10:26 pm
CHI St. Luke's and Molina did not reach an agreement after the health system demanded higher rates in October. The health system will be out of […]
- CMS expands hospitals' flexibility for 'at-home'...by Steven Ross Johnson on November 25, 2020 at 9:33 pm
The changes could encourage more patients to receive care at home as a recent surge in COVID-19 cases diminishes capacity at many hospitals.
- Cigna CEO sabotaged Anthem merger, stockholders...by Alex Kacik on November 25, 2020 at 9:13 pm
David Cordani allegedly hired "black ops style" consultants to derail the deal, which investors claim also prevented Cigna from collecting a $1.85 […]
- Trump drug plan would make providers responsible...by Rachel Cohrs on November 25, 2020 at 9:06 pm
If drugmakers don't voluntarily lower prices, providers have to choose whether to offer the drug at a financial loss.
- States impose new rules, plead with public to...by Associated Press on November 24, 2020 at 2:48 am
Around 83,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized with COVID-19. Infections have led to a shortage of hospital beds and healthcare workers, and they […]