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Infocrossing Launches RA-Expert

June 19, 2007
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Infocrossing Inc., a provider of IT infrastructure and business process outsourcing services, has launched RA-Expert, a risk adjustment processing system.

According to Infocrossing, highlights of RA-Expert include:

· Analysis and comparison reports to identify potential errors or missing diagnoses

· Baseline generation of all available hierarchical condition category (HCC) and risk adjustment processing system (RAPS) data for historical risk identification for each member

· Analysis and comparison reports of prior years' HCC data and RAPS submissions to current year RAPS submissions

· Risk scores and expected payment for reporting years are calculated through Infocrossing's RECON system for up to three years

· Data analysis reporting to identify potential issues

· Recommendations and assistance to implement a detailed corrective action plan

RA-Expert helps health plans to create, manage and submit HCC risk scores that drive claim reimbursement from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), says the Leonia, N.J.-based company.

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