Experian Health, the healthcare-industry leader for comprehensive revenue cycle products and services, announced that it posted the largest Q3 results in its history, signing 66 new business deals. Additionally, 192 current clients expanded their Experian Health portfolio to include additional products from its Revenue Cycle Management, Identity Management, Population Wellness and Patient Engagement solution sets.
Among the new organizations that recently have contracted for Experian Health solutions are The CORE Institute®, including locations in Arizona, Michigan and Louisiana; University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), located in Rochester, N.Y.; and MidMichigan Health, affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System.
According to Dan Waltz, vice president and CIO at MidMichigan Health in Midland, Mich., “We will use Experian Health’s eCare NEXT as the single user interface to drive an automated, error-free revenue cycle workflow across the entire organization, which will support our objectives of improving staff productivity, speed and efficiency and ultimately providing a better overall patient experience.”
About Experian Health
Experian Health provides a single solution for the healthcare industry that redefines revenue cycle efficiency and effectiveness. More than 3,040 hospitals and 10,000 other healthcare organizations representing more than 100,000 providers nationwide rely on the company’s best-in-class technology through every facet of operations — including revenue cycle management, identity management, patient engagement and population wellness. From front-end patient access to back-end claims and collections, all coupled with actionable, real-time data and analytics, our platform combines Touchless ProcessingTM and an exception-based workflow to help healthcare organizations achieve payment and care certainty for every patient by automating processes, optimizing payments from patients and payers, creating business intelligence and mitigating risk. For more information about the Experian Health suite of products and services, visit http://www.experian.com/health.