CPX Domains and Data

The Collaborative for Performance ExcellenceSM (CPX) offers four domains, which enable participants to focus on specific areas to prepare for risk-based contracts and drive operational efficiency. Our domains work together for improved performance, patient care, financial outcomes, and more.

Total Cost of Care
Managing the cost of care is becoming a priority for healthcare organizations, as they progress on the path toward increased risk. Wherever you are on the risk spectrum, CPX will provide opportunities to identify high-cost areas and benchmark against peers. Learn more…

 

Practice Efficiency

Practice Efficiency
For organizations preparing to take risk, optimizing practice efficiency is key. Crucial elements of practice operations and the revenue cycle will be reviewed through the lens of administrative and clinical data in order to identify opportunities for streamlined and systematic redesign.

 

High-Risk Patients
Patient stratification is foundational to preparation for risk contracting, in order to economically utilize staff time and financial resources. Different strategies are appropriate for high-risk and rising-risk patient populations vs. the general patient population, so early patient identification is vital. Learn more…

 

Clinical Quality and Safety
Measures of quality and safety continue to be necessary in tracking and reporting performance. Payers utilize this data to determine provider incentives and steerage. Having access to quarterly peer-to-peer benchmarks is a significant advantage for CPX participants. Learn more…

 

Led by AMGA and powered by Optum®, CPX is designed to work with most EHRs and extract clinical, claims, and administrative data. Leveraging the industry’s strongest clinical and claims analytics platform, it offers insights that allow you to benchmark against other high-performing organizations, and give you proven ways to identify and replicate best practices from other members.

More information about the data extraction is available here.

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