HAPevolve Partners with eReceivables offering hospitals a patented automated appeals system to help recover more!
eReceivables, an accounts receivable management solution, has joined HAPevolve, a subsidiary of The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP). This newest Industry partner was created by a group of health care and insurance experts to apply technology to the process of resolving disputed health care claims and, in particular, appeals. Their company expertise comes from the payor side having run Health Management Organizations and health plans in multiple sates and allows a unique understanding and insight on how health plans operate.
eReceivables’ patented appeals process combines technology with proprietary databases developed over several years producing a standardized appeal format. By utilizing a payor's compliance side of the organization rather than the traditional approach with the claims department, they offer a powerful solution for recovering third party payments.
Since 2003, eReceivables has appealed over a million claims making them the largest processor of automated appeals solutions with over 100 hospitals under contract. Their model is contingent on the successful recovery of previously denied claims with a principal focus on small claims that are often too costly for hospitals to pursue.
The HITRUST CSF has become the most widely-adopted security framework in the U.S. health care industry and eReceivables’ HITRUST CSF certification makes them among the elite in security, cyber security and risk management.
HAPevolve identifies and creates valuable partnerships with a variety of businesses serving the health care community. By negotiating with its industry and endorsed partners on behalf of the Pennsylvania hospital and health care community at large, HAPevolve can offer members special benefits and discounts on innovative solutions that can save them both time and money.
To explore how eReceivables can benefit your organization, contact Lori Mulholland, HAPevolve’s director, business development, or Steve Murfin, director, eReceivables.