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In these case studies, both customers were able to use Vault to assess patients and perform risk adjustment coding, thereby impacting the average RAF scores of both patient populations. In assessing initial RAF scores, Juxly uses all relevant information available for a patient to calculate an estimated score. A patient's age, gender, and diagnoses are known variables used in the calculation. Other demographic variables used to identify a patient's community segment, such as disabled status or MedicareMedicaid dual status, are not available to Juxly. For this reason, Juxly assumes segment values of community, non-dual, and aged. This segment results in RAF scores that are lower when compared to other segments, which prevents Juxly from over-estimating scores.
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During 2020, the average RAF scores of this patient population increased 92%, while during 2021 those same averages have increased 46%...
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