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The top 3 things that every healthcare provider wants from a health plan provider portal

Your health plan provider portal is where almost every employee at a healthcare provider will interact with your company every single day. Workers at provider offices spend a majority of each day logging onto various provider portals, anywhere from 6 to 16 per week. Based on a study done in 2013 by the U.S. Healthcare Efficiency Index, this leads to enormous amounts of wasted time, especially considering how clunky and hard-to-use many of these provider portals are.

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[Infographic] 5 Tips for Achieving ERA/EFT

Payers are now required to support both electronic remittance advice (ERA) and electronic funds transfer (EFT) capabilities. Use this infographic to figure out how to best deliver ERA/EFT by taking these factors into consideration.

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Crucial Cost Reduction Strategy: Electronic Processing

As healthcare costs in the United States continue to rise, many payers and providers have been collaborating to counteract these rising costs. And as they continue to shift to the fee-for-value reimbursement model, they have seen some success in reducing costs through the use of bundled payments and accountable care organizations.

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3 Cutting Edge Trends in Healthcare Claims Payments

Managing and collecting payments is becoming more difficult for healthcare providers as the healthcare industry continues to rapidly change. Now that the Affordable Care Act requires everyone to have health insurance, copays and deductibles are becoming a more significant part of providers’ cash flow. Another significant change is the shift to electronic payment systems.

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​​5 Considerations for Implementing ERA/EFT

In an industry that is steadily transitioning into paperless processes, payers are no longer able to avoid the digital movement. Payers are now required to support both electronic remittance advice (ERA) and electronic funds transfer (EFT) capabilities. This means that payers must assess how to implement such capabilities, whether that be through the support of resources from within an organization or through the guidance of a third-party vendor.

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​3 Recommendations for Healthcare EFT Adoption

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a headlong push for digital financial transactions associated with healthcare was put in place among the more notable changes of that legislation. However, while the focus is generally on delivering easier transactions of healthcare provision and targeting how it is paid for, the actual implementation of that focus has been left to the healthcare industry to resolve.

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