Optimize patient satisfaction even before treatment.
Patient Access provides critical real-time analytics information during the patient registration and payment clearance processes. With intuitive dashboards and simple step-by-step checklists, front office staff are able to accurately estimate patient cost, improving pre-service collections and reducing back end denials.
Automate and streamline all registration tasks system-wide
Reduce registration-related denials by identifying errors before they occur
Produce accurate estimations of total charge, insurance coverage and patient portion
Easily verify insurance eligibility and screen for Medicaid
Registration, contract and third party data provide critical insight at point-of-service.
Step-by-step checklists spot registration errors while real-time patient access analytics produce accurate cost estimates.
Improve POS collections and patient satisfaction while reducing registration-related denials.
Key Performance Indicators
- POS cash collections trend
- Registration accuracy score
- Charity care applications by FPL%
What It Offers
- Real-time registration work list
- Easy-to-use red light/green light dashboard
- Insurance eligibility verification
- Medicaid eligibility screening
- Highly accurate patient payment estimation
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