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How to pick a CRM for Biopharma & Medical Device Companies - A Checklist

The launch of a potential drug, therapy or device into the market is an exciting time. However, to get the launch exactly right, one has to make sure that the nuts & bolts of technology, operations, and data are aligned to navigate any operational bottlenecks and scale your organization effectively. A CRM is often the centerpiece of a commercial launch operation since it is the primary interface for the sales representatives who will be representing your product.

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Lakeland Regional Medical Center is projected to have a negative VBP adjustment of nearly 1.1M

By: Parvathy Rajagopal  Oct. 16, 2020

Dexur analyzed the Medicare Claims data to evaluate Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) payment adjustment and found that Lakeland Regional Medical Center had a projected negative financial impact of $1,164,600 in 2020 which is an increase from $766,931 in 2018. During FY 2020, the VBP adjustment factor was 0.98, which reflected a VBP payment adjustment percentage of -1.23.

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Mount Sinai Hospital’s Percutaneous Intracardiac Procedures’ MSPB average increased by 13%

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By: Parvathy Rajagopal  Oct. 16, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $62,525 for Percutaneous Intracardiac Procedures from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 12.7% in 2019 to reach $62,525 compared to $55,483 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Lahey Hospital and Medical Center’s Cardiac Arrhythmia & Conduction Disorders’ MSPB average increased by 14%

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By: Parvathy Rajagopal  Oct. 16, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $19,447 for Cardiac Arrhythmia and Conduction Disorders from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 14.23% in 2019 to reach $19,447 compared to $17,025 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Jackson-Madison County General Hospital’s Cardiac Arrhythmia & Conduction Disorders MSPB average increased by 14%

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By: Parvathy Rajagopal  Oct. 16, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $17,139 for Cardiac Arrhythmia & Conduction Disorders from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 13.7% in 2019 to reach $17,139 compared to $15,068 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Acute Myocardial Infarction, Discharged Alive MSPB average increased by almost 13%

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By: Parvathy Rajagopal  Oct. 16, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $33,526 for Acute Myocardial Infarction, Discharged Alive, from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 12.55% in 2019 to reach $33,526 compared to $29,788 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Houston Methodist Hospital’s Cardiac Arrhythmia and Conduction Disorders MSPB average increased by almost 15%

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By: Barsha Nandy  Oct. 14, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Houston Methodist Hospital and found that the cost per episode was $26,285 for Cardiac Arrhythmia and Conduction Disorders from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 14.43% in 2019 to reach $26,285 compared to $22,971 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Cervical Spinal Fusion MSPB average increased by almost 37%

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By: Barsha Nandy  Oct. 13, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of New Hanover Regional Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $74,289 for Cervical Spinal Fusion from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 36.41% in 2019 to reach $74,289 compared to $54,460 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Renal Failure MSPB average increased by almost 22%

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By: Barsha Nandy  Oct. 12, 2020

Dexur analyzed Medicare Claims data and replicated CMS algorithms to calculate Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) cost per episode of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and found that the cost per episode was $33,869 for Renal Failure from Jan-Dec 2019. The cost increased by 21.68% in 2019 to $33,869 compared to $27,834 in 2018. MSPB is the only measure under the Efficiency and Cost Reduction domain under the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program and accounts for 25% of VBP adjustments.

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Dexur provides critical data to Orthopedic Network News, a leading Orthopedic research publication

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Dexur provides critical volume and quality outcomes data to Orthopedic Network News, a leading Orthopedic research publication, that is read by orthopedic surgeons and hospitals. The data has been used to publish statistics on quality outcomes, shifts in care from inpatient to outpatient and other emerging trends.

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