Healthcare Claims Management
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Processing claims is one of the top contributors to “wasted” healthcare dollars in the U.S. In a recent Experian Health study, 42% of industry respondents said they’ve seen denials increase in the past year, and nearly 75% of them said reducing denials is their highest priority. (Report: The State of Claims 2022)
See how our integrated products work together to automate your claims workflows and improve your healthcare claims management process.
Manage your entire claims cycle in a single online application.
Accelerate claims follow-up by receiving an accurate adjudication status within 24–72 hours.
Automate your denials process to maximize reimbursements and increase cash flows.
How this central Oregon group worked used Enhanced Claim Status to decrease denials and achieve a 92% primary clean claims rate.
It’s very important to have a suite of products that you can use together to achieve optimal results. You can focus on one specific tool, like how we use Claim Scrubber for charges, sending cleaner charges through the system. But, if you’re not appropriately using real-time eligibility to capture insurance or coverage information, it’s not going to perform as well as it could. Now, we’re turning our charges quicker and receiving payments faster.
Latest survey results from 200 executive healthcare professionals to shed light on the current claims environment.
Check out our summary of key findings from The State of Claims 2022 report.
Annual claims processed in 2021
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