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Saving time and decreasing eligibility rejections is a click away! Watch our video to discover how.
Discover three ways that ABILITY CHOICE All-Payer streamlines claims management.
Intelligent overtime and staffing management is an idea whose time has come. See how cloud-based scheduling and open shift management can make the difficulties of staff scheduling a thing of the past.
The reimbursement landscape is changing, and healthcare organizations can’t keep up with outdated or flawed systems and processes. The days of Medicare and Medicaid comprising the majority of...
Ready to unleash the potential of your workforce? Learn how automation can help you overcome issues such as low employee engagement, high turnover rates, sick-call abuse and low satisfaction scores.
Is your practice losing money with your claims submission processes?
Keep your revenue cycle strong with tools that increase your clean claims rate, help prevent denials and reduce A/R delays. Check out this demo of ABILITY EASE® All-Payer.
Managing your entire revenue cycle can feel like an uphill battle. Fortunately, you can simplify with a single vendor. View the top reasons to use a single revenue cycle management system.
Patient attitudes have shifted as they accept a greater share of the cost for their healthcare. As they pay more, they expect to be treated like customers.
With so much turmoil in healthcare these days, Medicare Advantage (MA) is proving a bright spot for payers and patients, although many healthcare organizations have administrative headaches in...
If patients get sticker shock on their health plan deductibles in January, it’s bound to be contagious. Providers trying to get paid will catch it too.
There's a faster, easier way to process all-payer claims. ABILITY EASE All-Payer is a comprehensive claims management application with a 99 percent clean claims rate.
Inefficiencies in the billing process cost healthcare organizations in ways that are both obvious and hidden. This flipbook identifies some of the most difficult problems administrators face.
Medicare beneficiaries start receiving cards in 2018 with new patient identifiers. Social Security numbers will no longer be used. ABILITY will be ready.