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Healthcare providers continue to seek opportunities to positively impact patient care, provide positive experiences and reduce waste. Insurers are similarly interested to provide the best care options to their members while managing costs. And both groups risk unreimbursed costs if they do not meet government guidelines or are unable to effectively process a health insurance claim that does not meet new guidelines. The ability to effectively convert, manage and securely exchange structured and unstructured patient information directly impacts the following initiatives:

  • Reduced patient processing time improves clinical optimization
  • Increased efficiencies enable focus on both patients and member experience, and thereby satisfaction
  • Secure electronic exchange of patient information reduces risk of breaches and resulting fines
  • Meeting government requirements opens a wider base of patient care revenue opportunities

Enterprise – Small to Large Providers, Hospitals, Clinics and IDNs

Medical practices and health care facilities use inconsistent methods in converting, managing and exchanging patient information between offices, as well as in and out of network. Introducing consistent document management and communication capabilities quickly helps to leverage the advantages of growth – while extending your interaction capability outside of your network.

Healthcare Document Conversion Solutions

In spite of great efforts in adopting Electronic Health Record systems, healthcare providers and insurers continue to face challenges to access longer-term patient history. In addition, patients and other providers continue to contribute health information in various forms – often paper, with many providers using fax. Effectively converting these documents and integrating them into electronic medical record systems, enables you to adeptly deliver patient care while increasing efficiencies.

Health Payers / Insurers

Health insurers are working to effectively move paper health insurance claims to the mandated 5010 837 electronic formats. This also affects payers’ process approvals for physician referral requests and procedures. The ability to meet these requirements continues to require processing patient information in various unstructured and structured formats, requiring clear, error-free, affordable conversion for effective processing within these new electronic guidelines.

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