Sequent Service’s 3PSecure, a Privacy-Driven Healthcare Platform is Now Live

Sequent 3PSecure | June 23, 2022

Sequent Service’s

Invicta Health Solutions, a premier privately-owned healthcare industry revenue cycle management provider based in the U.S. announced the launch of 3PSecure, Sequent Software's newest platform. Small-to-large healthcare systems, hospitals, and other organizations are among Invicta's clients, and the company offers enrollment and eligibility, AI/ML technologies, and claims administration solutions. 

"Sequent is delighted to partner with Invicta. Their executive team, led by Donny Zamora, knows how to leverage technology tools to ensure fast, flexible deployment just as we do. Invicta keeps providers, patients, and payors at the forefront of business and clinical intelligence, and the deployment of our 3PSecure platform integration will bring even more superior AI/ML analytics to the table so Invicta's healthcare clients can achieve objectives rapidly, securely, and always HIPAA and Cures Act compliant."

Joan Ziegler, Chief Executive Officer, Sequent

The new platform, marketed as "3PSecure, powered by Invicta," uses more than 12 years of specialized finance knowledge and is anticipated to increase Sequent's healthcare footprint as well as Invicta's capabilities in the healthcare sector.

"The 3PSecure platform delivers superior business intelligence to accelerate payments to providers coupled with extraordinary clinical intelligence for high impact patient outcomes in patient treatment and prevention. More than just de-identifying EHRs, 3PSecure empowers Invicta (on behalf of its clientele) to re-identify enriched analytics at the granular patient level. Further, Sequent has provided its signature bank grade security configured to mask, redact, and tokenize any sensitive personal data wherever it is shared. The Sequent and Invicta brands are well aligned for this collaboration."

Donny Zamora, Invicta's Chief Executive Officer.


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