Clearly Communicated Care
WCRS polishes your updated policy documents according to evidence-based natural language process medical policy draft and verification practices, including comprehensiveness and completeness.
WCRS Publication Services
- Develop & Utilize Plan-Specific Templates/Style Guides
- Remove Outdated or Redundant Evidence
- Add New Evidence, Guidelines, Regulatory Information & Codes
- Review & Edit Policy for Conciseness
- Prepare Summaries for Material
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes evidence outdated or redundant?
Evidence become outdated or redundant primarily when new, more comprehensive evidence becomes available. This could occur when several randomized controlled trials are replaced with a Cochrane review that analyzes these studies as a whole and produces meta-analyses that review evidence across these trials. However, some studies, such as Pivotal trails, may not be considered outdated if they are the first-to-ground in a therapeutic or diagnostic area. Ultimately, having a team that is well-versed in the body of literature is necessary to determine which trials should stay or should be retired as outdated or redundant
How are new sections added if they weren’t there previously?
WCRS works with each of our clients to ensure their policy documents are superior. Often this requires that new sections be added to existing materials. This is done in conjunction with the needs and desires of our clients.⦁ WCRS works with each of our clients to ensure their policy documents are superior. Often this requires that new sections be added to existing materials. This is done in conjunction with the needs and desires of our clients.
Do we have any control over the template of our policy documents?
Absolutely. In the first month of the working relationship, the WCRS team works with you to understand your template and create a customized Style Guide that uses your template to ensure that your policy guidelines are updated to your standards.