Be Smart About Stars: Health Dialog to Present at AHIP Medicare Conference

Presentation and Paper Cover Best Practices for Improving Medicare Advantage Star Ratings

Be Smart About Stars: Health Dialog to Present at AHIP Medicare Conference

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For today’s Medicare Advantage plans, a customized star ratings strategy is critical for success. To assist plans in achieving their star rating goals, Health Dialog will present at the upcoming 2012 AHIP Medicare Conference on how plans can understand their current performance and develop a tailored stars strategy that maximizes return on investment.

The session, ”Be Smart About Stars: Where and How to Focus Your Efforts” led by Nancy Martin, Vice President of Quality, Health Dialog, and based on a recently released , will include discussion of quality improvement efforts at the point of care as well as efforts to improve overall member experience.

Attendees from all media outlets, industries, and levels of management are encouraged to attend or contact Health Dialog for more information. Additional details, including a full agenda, speakers, and content can be found .

Health Dialog Services Corporation is a leading provider of healthcare analytics and decision support. The firm is a private, wholly-owned subsidiary of Bupa, a global provider of healthcare services. Health Dialog helps healthcare payors improve healthcare quality while reducing overall costs. Company offerings include health coaching for medical decisions, chronic conditions, and wellness; population analytic solutions; and consulting services. Health Dialog helps individuals participate in their own healthcare decisions, develop more effective relationships with their physicians, and live healthier, happier lives. For more information, visit .

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