Health Fidelity, a risk adjustment vendor funded by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, has developed software that more accurately assesses risk adjustment results and reduce audit risk.

The software, called HF360 Compliance, uses natural language processing technology and statistical inference engines, mixed with analytics to identify and correct compliance risks. An inference engine uses artificial intelligence to apply rules to a specific knowledge base to arrive at a conclusion.

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