Archived Facts

Posts Tagged ‘participate’

Roswell, GA (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

Be sure to attend Healthcare Payments Innovations Conference July 30-31 in Cambridge, Massachusetts if you are looking for key facets of healthcare payments processing. The event is a showcase of innovative payment solutions that are being implemented or are near implementation by both payers and providers in partnership with leading financial and technology solution providers. Results-driven deployment of technologies, processes, and tools to drive revenue cycle improvements will be showcased.

Through panel discussions, case study presentations and interactive roundtables, attendees will learn best practices in emerging healthcare payments automation. Aaron Grandison, President of MediStreams, will participate on the panel “EOB Conversion to Electronic Data: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.”

The panel will discuss the major challenge for healthcare providers, and the critical obstacles to automating cash reconciliation and posting. Discussions will include how a properly deployed EOB conversion solution provides immediate tangible benefits and drives improvements in downstream processes such as denial management.

Attendees will learn key considerations in selecting an EOB solution, differentiating vendors, and best practices for deploying and managing a successful solution. The issue of onshore vs. offshore keying, and the pros and cons of outsourcing EOB conversion to a third-party and real-world case studies will be shared. Topics will include:

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

Birmingham, Alabama (PRWEB) April 02, 2012

Health Partners America, LLC, (HPA) today announced the launch of a health insurance training and technology services system that provides health insurance agents with training and tools to allow them to participate in one of the fastest growing trends in health insurance defined contribution health plans.

According to Josh Hilgers, president of HPA, a defined contribution health plan is an alternative to traditional group health plans for those who can no longer afford or qualify for them and they are growing rapidly in popularity. Rather than paying a portion or all of a premium under a defined contribution health plan, an employer can offer no contribution at all or set aside a fixed dollar amount each month for employees to use to pay for individual health insurance or other medical costs such as doctor visits and prescription drugs.

Hilgers said that this approach allows even the smallest of businesses to offer their employees quality health-related benefits, but it requires that insurance brokers and agents follow defined rules and guidelines to maximize the benefits to the employer and the employees.

We offer agents a package of training, technology, and tools that equip them with the expertise and support needed to successfully market and implement a carrier-agnostic defined contribution health insurance program for small businesses, said Hilgers. Our sales system includes the training, marketing templates, customizable online shopping platform (Private Exchange) and access to a state of the art lead management system.

Hilgers said that employees participating in a defined contribution program through their employer are directed to the agents private exchange website where they can compare and select a plan from among a variety of individual health plans being offered by health insurers in their area. He said that the private exchange is a tool that provides employees with more choice and makes it possible for agents to more efficiently provide services to large numbers of individuals and their families rather than employer groups.

Agents who wish to grow this segment of their business at an even faster rate can take advantage of additional tools being made available through HPA such as a professionally staffed call center licensed in all 50 states, Hilgers said. The call center delivers industry leading support and consultation to help agents maintain client satisfaction and keep up with changing customer needs making it possible to uncover potential cross-sell opportunities.

Forward thinking insurance carriers and insurance industry stakeholders have already begun promoting the HPA solution to their agents nationally. Early adopters to this model are already finding it to be the perfect solution for employers who had given up on offering their employees any type of benefits.

More information about defined contribution plans and HPAs training and services can be found at http://www.healthpartnersamerica.com


About Health Partners America

Based in Birmingham, AL, HPA is a subsidiary of Southland Benefit Solutions, LLC, (Southland) based in Tuscaloosa, AL; an employee benefits administrator that began offering benefit solutions in 1983. It administers self-insured benefit programs for the Alabama Public Education Employees Health Insurance Plan and processes tens of thousands of claims per month with an accuracy rate of better than 99%. Formerly known as Innovative Benefits Consulting, HPA has pioneered the Defined Contribution Health Plan market place and turned their expertise into a training system to benefit all insurance producers.





Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

2010 MVP Health Care Mature Living Expo invites businesses and organizations to participate
Mature living expo invites participants

Read more on The Saratogian

Related Posts:

U.S. Senate passes I-ACT to enable patients with rare disease to participate in clinical trials
The U.S. Senate last night passed the “Improving Access to Clinical Trials Act” (I-ACT), a bipartisan piece of legislation championed by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, its advocates and 120 other health advocacy organizations.The legislation enables patients with rare diseases to participate in clinical trials without losing eligibility for public healthcare benefits.

Read more on News-Medical-Net

Related Posts:

Medicare To Participate In State Multi-Payer Health Reform Efforts To Improve Quality And Lower Costs
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) invited states to apply for participation in the Multi-payer Advanced Primary Care Practice Demonstration, an initiative in which Medicare will join Medicaid and private insurers in state-based efforts to improve the delivery of primary care and lower health care costs. “Advanced Primary Care …

Read more on Medical News Today

Related Posts:

I understand that the new healthcare bill maintains the 5 year ban on medicare. If this is true, can such a barred legal resident (over age 65) participate in the newly created high risk pool, and get health insurance? Or would he/she not be eligible due to age?
I mean a legal resident immigrant (“green card holder)
I mean a legal resident immigrant (“green card holder)

Related Posts: