Patient Access Solutions
Reduce errors, decrease claim denials, and improve access to care for your patients
Patient access is the starting point of your revenue cycle process. It accounts for registration, scheduling, gathering insurance information, and collecting co-pays or deductibles.
According to our Experian Health survey of providers and patients in December 2022, 40 percent of providers said that registration errors are a primary cause of denied claims. Manual processes, inaccurate patient information, and lack of real-time insurance verification can increase denials and slow your revenue cycle.
Learn how our solutions reduce errors during patient intake, freeing your staff from costly rework after the point of care.
Simplify your intake process through fast, accurate patient data delivery and reduce downstream denials.
Provide 24/7 online scheduling, minimize staff training, and optimize call scheduling with guided response technology.
Send automated outreach messages to patients, with the ability to self-schedule via IVR or text.
Send patients accurate cost estimates and easy payment options so they can financially prepare for their appointment.
Prevent denials, payment delays, and risk of bad debt with real-time insurance coverage verification.
Find previously unidentified coverage and reduce accounts sent to collections, charity, or bad debt.
Create compliant estimates so patients can make informed healthcare decisions.
Prevent denials by driving accurate patient registration.
Automate and revolutionize your revenue cycle workflow with a single, integrated platform.
Avoid low reimbursement rates by submitting error-free and timely payer notifications.
Automatically validate clinical orders against payer rules to limit denials and stay compliant with regulations.
Streamline operations and increase efficiency with an automated prior authorization management system.
Read how Blessing Health System embraced an integrated revenue cycle approach and lowered denials by 27%.
Read how UCHealth secured over $62 million in insurance reimbursements with automated coverage identification.
Can the right digital tools help staff meet increased demand and help patients have a better experience? Yes! Here’s what you need to know.
Between the pandemic, staffing shortages, and rising patient numbers, digital patient portals have become one of the main ways for providers to build resilience and stay competitive.
See what opportunities you have to improve patient access and staff efficiency with telehealth and digital tools.