By integrating public data into the hospital revenue cycle, Revenue360 leads staff to higher point-of-service collections and prevents common errors, resulting in cleaner claims. We continue to engineer our platform, with input from our award winning hospital clients, as a leading hospital revenue cycle software solution.
You know the old saying, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts? That’s exactly what happens when you put Revenue360 to work for your patient registration process. Not only does our flexible platform eliminate the need for bolt-on applications, but you also enjoy a powerful synergy of integrated information from multiple verification sources along with intelligent guidance that helps you reduce costly errors.
Customization – Revenue360 can be integrated in real-time with any hospital’s information system. With its intuitive interface, Revenue360 is not only easy to use and update by your management team, it also allows seamless customization based on your organization’s business rules.
Data Integration – Gathering all needed information from multiple applications can be a challenge. Revenue360 makes your life easier by gathering data from multiple sources conveniently onto one platform. Accurate and reliable patient information at the point of service has never been so simple.
Increase Revenue – At the end of the day, hospitals want to provide the best service they can at a fair price. The Revenue360 platform acts seamlessly with your organization to cut down on avoidable costs, allowing you to focus on what’s important; the patient.
This synergy reduces costs and increases revenues for your facility in one efficient platform solution. Click here to learn more about how Revenue360 helps your hospital accomplish it’s management goals.
Providing customized guidance based on your business rules, Revenue360 simplifies complex processes including: insurance coding, eligibility verification, authorization and precertification, address and demographic validation, medical necessity, pricing estimation, payment assessment, e-cashiering, medicaid and charity assessment and claim status.
Revenue360 reduces rework, increases and accelerates total revenue, and improves customer satisfaction through better patient communication.
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Being a hospital Revenue Cycle Manager means taking steps to assure that you get paid for your services in a timely fashion. How to achieve this? Eligibility verification and pre-authorization on the front end helps to prevent claim denials on the back end. Getting the right numbers for insurance codes and patient demographics helps registration accuracy. Evaluating the patient’s ability to pay, determining their eligibility for Medicaid and charity care, providing them the best estimates of financial responsibility, and payment processing helps front end collections. Revenue360® has a suite of tools that you can tailor to your needs to get your balance to zero.
You’ve got one of the most difficult jobs in the Hospital. You have to be fast and accurate, while providing excellent customer service and collecting money. In a busy waiting room, the need for speed may win over accuracy, which is good for customer service but bad for the revenue cycle. Learn how Revenue360® can help take the burden off you while helping to avoid registration errors and enabling greater collections on the front-end. Leanrn how Revenue360 can make you a better patient access manager.
Schedulers & Registrars are an integral cog in the revenue cycle management machine. When you register a patient, there are a lot of details and information sources to pull together. It’s a tough task, made a lot easier with Revenue360?s Integrated Intelligent Guidance system. Imagine if you had a system that could gather insurance plan code, eligibility verification, demographic data, credit risk assessment, charity care availability and/or Medicaid qualification. Now you do…
Revenue Cycle Management Blog – Featured Articles
As more hospitals embrace value-based payment models, what is the bottom line for your revenue cycle? Some reporting shows both gains and resistance to the value-based concept, even though the government appears to remain committed to it. First of all, what is a value-based payment model? We’ve written about this in the past, and a recent report by Availity that looks at attitudes, implementation hurdles, and requirements defines it like this: “Value based payment models are based on Payment arrangements that pay physicians, hospitals, medical groups, and other health care providers based on measures including quality, efficiency, cost, and positive patient experience.” Are hospitals moving toward these me
There has never been a more effective marketing medium for those selling products or services then the world wide web. Not only is it almost as ubiquitous as television these days, it is on demand. Once upon a time, an interested buyer might quickly grab a pencil to catch notes off a radio or television ad in order to follow-up with the seller by phone. Nowadays, if a buyer wants to find out even the most arcane detail about any product under the sun all they have to do is ‘google it’. What does this mean for Providers? Well for a start providers are having to learn new marketing skills and a new mindset. Consumers no longer take ‘doctor knows best’ at face value. They are far more likely to consider t
Big insurance company mergers and the recent win for the federal government health insurance exchange are the major factors in play for hospitals’ revenue cycle teams. This further brings verifying insurance coverage, funding sources and changing payer rules front and center when it comes to hospitals getting paid. There’s fear of more central control that comes with less market options. What must hospitals do, and how will this affect consumers? Fear of More Control, and Less Competitive Options Fear of more control — providers fearing consequences of health insurance industry consolidation — was the central theme of a recent Forbes article by Bruce Japson. Writes Japson, “While it’s uncertai