A Trusted Solution for Patient Identity Management
More than 25% of patient records contain demographic errors. Not surprisingly,
these errors can cause a dramatic rise in return mail, fraud rates, denied insurance
claims and aging accounts receivable for self-pay patients. Experian Health Address
& Identity Verification helps healthcare organizations overcome these patient
identity management challenges and accelerate payment by delivering an efficient means
for validating and correcting demographic data during pre-registration and check-in.
Easily Identify Every Patient
Address & Identity Verification uses the industry’s most expansive and
trustworthy data sources to give patient access staff the latest demographic information, including:
Social Security number (SSN)
Date of birth (DOB)
All returned information meets United States Postal Service® standards and
uses appropriate formatting so provider organizations can ensure the proper delivery
of patient statements and insurance claims. Using a patient identity management process
to validate the identity of every patient prior to treatment also significantly reduces
the financial risks associated with medical fraud, return mail and lost invoices.
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By integrating with the industry’s leading information systems, Address &
Identity Verification eliminates the need for patient access staff to perform manual updates, expedites the
registration process and improves data accuracy across the enterprise.
Prevent Downstream Errors
If patient demographics are not entered correctly at the outset of the revenue
cycle, inaccurate information trickles down throughout the rest of the organization.
With this patient identity management service in place, healthcare organizations can
avoid claim rejections and patient write-offs with reliable demographic validation.