Applying Automation to What Ails Healthcare

May 22, 2019

Automation is often touted as an important solution the healthcare industry can use to standardize processes, reduce costs and improve the quality of care. Yet there may be a long distance between recognizing the potential of automation and practicing it. We wanted to know to what extent health plans are adopting automation, in what forms and to what ends. Our recent automation survey provides some answers to those questions.

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Bravo Health

Bravo Health is one of the fastest growing privately held health care companies in the United States. We are focused on servicing Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and provide Medicare Advantage health plans as well as stand-alone prescription drug plans in 43 states.

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whitePaper | June 3, 2022

With increased scrutiny from regulatory agencies, advocacy groups and the public for clinical trial transparency, sponsors are feeling the pressure to ramp up efforts to make their studies more accessible.

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4 Tips for Licensing Your Telehealth Providers

whitePaper | May 20, 2022

Starting your own telemedicine practice or expanding your virtual care services? With the telehealth transformation underway,

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Employer Health Benefits

whitePaper | October 27, 2022

In 2022, the average annual premiums for employer sponsored health insurance are $7,911 for single coverage and $22,463 for family coverage.

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Shielding Healthcare from Cyberthreats

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

The sheer magnitude of hacker attention isn’t the only concern for healthcare security professionals. The job of securing the healthcare technology ecosystem is made infinitely more complicated by several factors that are unique to healthcare.

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How health systems can recover millions in lost revenue

whitePaper | February 5, 2020

The landscape of healthcare revenue appears bleak: costs and expenses are rising, while reimbursements decline. Traditionally, solutions focus on preventative measures, yet costly write-offs remain ever-present. This is especially true with respect to commercial claims, where denials are plentiful and appeals complicated and labor intensive. How, then, can you mitigate loss without straining your resources? One answer is claims appeals through the Federal ERISA process. Through specialization in Federal ERISA Law, the experienced staff of ERISA Recovery can collect on aged claims without undue burden on your systems.

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Ground Ambulance Services in the United States

whitePaper | February 23, 2022

Currently, no federal law protects consumers against “surprise” bills from out-of-network ground ambulance providers. Some state and local governments regulate ground ambulance surprise billing practices.

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Bravo Health is one of the fastest growing privately held health care companies in the United States. We are focused on servicing Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and provide Medicare Advantage health plans as well as stand-alone prescription drug plans in 43 states.

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