The right data and analytics can deepen your understanding of your patients, strengthen your operations, and improve your revenue, helping you find the best opportunities for targeted interventions.
But if you don’t have access to data — including revenue cycle transaction information and a patient’s propensity to pay — how can you deliver better outcomes and drive higher efficiency?
Our solutions are anchored and powered by our data analytics foundation, which enables our clients to empower their healthcare organizations today and tomorrow.
Read more about how you can use them to drive results anywhere in your revenue cycle.
Improve operational efficiencies across your revenue cycle by gaining visibility into meaningful insights and payer denial trends.
Integrate your existing revenue cycle platforms and tools with ours. Improve workflows, individual performance, and financial results using your unique processes.
Compile your data streams into a single thread to identify operational and financial challenges and opportunities. Use dashboards and reports to create executive-level comparisons and analyses that help you take action.
Power Reporting provides easy access to actionable and insightful data. Identify pockets of opportunity and ensure revenue integrity with curated, summary-level trend reporting.
Power Reporting helps us reduce our bad debt, reduce our charity care, and reduce our overall uncompensated care.
See how self-service portals and payment plan alerts are improving workflows, reducing administrative burden, and facilitating more strategic patient collections.
Changing regulations and reimbursement pressures are forcing revenue cycle leaders to prioritize efficiency. Read how they’re using data and technology to maximize net revenue and lower operating costs.
With 56% of Americans saying they wouldn’t be able to afford an unexpected bill over $1,000, it’s more important than ever to provide patients with accurate, up-to-date cost estimates.
We know transparent pricing builds a better patient experience. But how do you start implementing it? Here are three steps to consider.
In our 2022 State of Claims report, 62% of survey respondents who said that denials were increasing also reported they did not have sufficient data and analytics technology to identify submission issues.
Hint: It starts with finding the right data. Here’s how we can help.