ePASS®: Technology-enabled Assessment Tool 

Inovalon’s Electronic Patient Assessment Solution Suite (ePASS) is a web-based provider decision platform that is patient-specific at the point-of-care. Inovalon equips and empowers providers with ePASS as an essential component of our Prospective Advantage® and Star Advantage® solutions. 

ePASS aggregates patient profiles from:

  • Administrative claims,

  • Medication prescription and adherence history,

  • Diagnostic results,

  • Provider encounter history, and

  • Other supplemental datasets such as abstracted medical records.

ePASS offers providers:

  • Insight into the full member profile

  • Insight into each member’s gaps in care, assessment, and documentation

  • Patient-specific, in-office decision documentation support in a self-generating CMS/HHS/SDOH-compliant SOAP Note format

With this information, providers are equipped to assess the full member health profile and update documentation. Developed by physicians to deliver strategic value-added support to the provider,

ePASS enables dramatic improvements in:

  • Gap closure,

  • Documentation,

  • Utilization,

  • Quality,

  • Care coordination, and

  • Risk score accuracy.

As a versatile platform, ePASS supports primary care provider assessments and supplemental member encounters in the member’s home, at an Inovalon Member Center, or a Walgreens Healthcare Clinic.


 Integrated Solutions


​Prospective Advantage® 

Identify and close gaps in care, quality, and documentation

Star Advantage®

Quantify and improve the measures that drive Star Ratings and NCQA/URAC accreditation

Health Insurance Exchange Marketplace

Solutions for risk score accuracy, quality measurement and improvement, encounter data submission, medical record audit support, and risk score verification processes

Risk Adjustment Solutions

Superior risk score accuracy and financial performance​

INDICES™ Business Intelligence

View and analyze health plan data - enrollment, quality, cost and utilization, and more


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