KPI Ninja missed so many boats — a whole fleet really — in its Nextera report, you may wonder whether they come to analysis in good faith. Well, there’s one note in their favor.
Sometimes, KPI Ninja’s inability to make important adjustments disfavors their DPC client. In their analysis of DirectAccessMD, for example, an induced utilization adjustment would have favored their client. Good to know.
One might suppose that KPI Ninja is sometimes uninformed but mostly just eyes-deep in confirmation bias. But, surely, not bad faith?
I mean, it’s not like KPI Ninja falsely told the world that it conducted risk score analysis on behalf of Nextera for a school district claims analysis in partnership with the Johns Hopkins’ ACG® Research Team, or anything like that.