Jarred by a once-in-a-century global pandemic, market volatility and other challenges, 2020 will almost certainly be remembered for widespread uncertainty. Healthcare providers navigating this environment may have the additional burden of outdated or underperforming claims management solutions that contribute to rework and high denial rates.
Unplanned changes can take a heavy toll on organizations struggling to make ends meet, particularly as budgets are strained by increased spending on PPE and other supplies. Faced with so much turmoil, the last thing you need is disruption to your revenue. Adding to the uncertainty is consolidation among software vendors, which may cause disruption and lead many healthcare providers to re-evaluate partnerships.
Is it time to reconsider?
When comparing your current claims management platform to other options, several questions should be top of mind:
- Is your relationship with your software vendor meeting your needs?
- Do you have to alter your workflows to accommodate for limited software capability?
- Are your rejections and denials increasing or improving?
ABILITY’s single sign-on platform trusted for 20 years
As you research the topic, look for technology that enables one stop for smoothly handling claims for Medicare and Medicaid, as well as all private insurers. With ABILITY, your entire team can enjoy single sign-on efficiency and the convenience of integrated applications. Our all-payer claims platform works directly with Medicare to provide real-time data at your fingertips.
You’re not alone with the issues you’re facing. Remember, 2020 has been challenging for healthcare providers of all sizes and in all locations. For two decades, ABILITY has helped organizations like yours simplify administrative complexities through easy-to-use applications and data analytics. Discover how you can save labor, accelerate revenue and take control of your billing with a single platform.
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