Higher patient volumes, inaccurate patient demographic information and missed insurance coverage all affect ambulatory and specialty practices.
Streamline revenue cycle processes
Deliver quality care
Quickly discover missed eligibility information prior to manual collection efforts. Our turnkey Insurance Discovery solution performs targeted searches of accounts based on propensity to have incremental, reimbursable coverage — resulting in faster, more valuable outcomes.
Maximize reimbursements from all payers in the shortest time and at a lower cost to collect. Our Accounts Receivable Recovery and Denial Management solution helps improve recoveries from claim denials and underpayments.
Increase cash collections by verifying patient identity, correcting contact information and determining a patient’s propensity to pay. Our Patient Financial Clearance solution also provides information on likelihood to qualify for financial aid, hardship exemptions and payment plans.
Generate accurate estimates of patients’ out-of-pocket responsibilities to streamline point-of-service collections and empower staff to comfortably address financial costs of care with patients.
Verify patients' benefits and insurance eligibility prior to or during registration to enhance collection efforts. Our automated Insurance Eligibility verification solution can help reduce denials for medium to large specialty practices.
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