October 26, 2022
2020 Medicare Advantage metrics released
This release includes new Medicare Advantage metrics from 2020. Users can find the updated metrics on the Explore page and on the Analyze Medicare Advantage tab as a result of this change.
New! ACO Analyze Patient Population Tab
We have added a Patient Population tab for all the MSSP ACO Analyze pages in Mosaic. The tab contains a table showing a detailed breakdown of the ACO patients by county along with some key associated metrics. Users have the option within the table to select a drop down to view “Count” metrics or “Percentage” metrics.
For additional details on using ACO Analyze pages, please refer to Where do I find my ACO content?
Counts and Averages added to the ACO Analyze Destination Tables
We have added "aggregated metrics" to the bottom of all the “Destination” tables on the MSSP ACO Analyze pages in Mosaic to improve the ACO partnership and referral targeting strategy for post-acute users of Mosaic.
Patient counts are not a total of the counts in each column. A patient could be counted in more than one row if they were admitted to more than one destination during the reporting period. Instead the numbers at the bottom represent distinct patient counts of all patients admitted to any destination in the table. (If you want to get all mathy, the number at the bottom is the count of the union of the counts in each row.)
In the same way, since patients could be counted as admits or visits for multiple destinations, but will only be counted once in the aggregated metrics at the bottom.
All other Metrics
The other metrics are also aggregated, but because they are index numbers (Risk Scores) or Reimbursement costs, or average lengths of stay, etc., we include the metric calculated for the selected ACO. The easiest way to visualize this would be to think of the numbers at the bottom as the average that represents all of the destinations in the table for the selected ACO.
For additional details on using ACO Analyze Destination tables, please refer to Release Notes – April 28, 2021