Experts in the collection of data, analysis of data and information technology
The federal health contracting space is loosely comprised of companies that provide services specialized in one of three areas of specialty; data collection, data analysis and information technology. What sets Telligen apart is our expertise in all three areas. This unique combination allows Telligen to cost effectively create innovative and repeatable solutions that support programs of national importance such as the Medicare program to measure the value and effectiveness of clinical quality; establish a national reporting system that allows consumers to select providers based upon quality of care; provide hands-on quality improvement; initiate a provider compensation demonstration based upon patient outcomes rather than traditional fee for services; and educate the healthcare community on ways to exchange data to improve the quality and contain the cost of healthcare.
Our services to the Federal Government include:
Clinical Quality Measure Development – Telligen helps the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services collect and measure the value of healthcare services.Learn More.
Pay for Performance – Telligen designed and implemented a first-of-its kind program that offers incentive payments for healthcare to report healthcare quality data for their patients.Learn More.
Transparency in Government – Telligen designed and manages a Website that gives the public the opportunity to compare the clinical quality of every hospital and nursing home in the U.S.Learn More.
Interoperability Standards – Telligen educates and informs the healthcare community about improving healthcare by exchanging data.Learn More.
Custom HIT Solutions– Telligen offers the industry's most comprehensive slate of health information technology solutions that help our federal partners fulfill their mission to improve healthcare.Learn More.
Quality Improvement Organization - As the Quality Improvement Organization for Iowa and Illinois, we fulfill CMS’ obligation to improve the quality of healthcare and protect the rights of Medicare beneficiaries by reviewing quality of healthcare complaints and appeals about the denial or discontinuation of health care services.Learn More.