The Company’s Solution Named Among the Best in the Marketplace in the 2020 Report
Experian Health, a leading provider of revenue cycle management products that include claims management, payer contract management and patient collections, announced that it has been awarded the Category Leader KLAS designation for Revenue Cycle-Contract Management in the 2020 Best in KLAS: Software & Services report.
KLAS, a global research and insights firm addressing the healthcare IT (HIT) industry, awards a Category Leader designation to those vendor solutions that help healthcare organizations provide better patient care. It is reserved for vendor solutions that lead select market segments in which at least two products meet a minimum level of KLAS Konfidence.
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“We take pride in this designation as it shows leading levels of satisfaction in our product and in the working relationship that we have with clients,” said Merideth Wilson, senior vice president and general manager of Revenue Cycle Solutions at Experian Health. “We’re committed to innovation and providing quality products and services to our clients aimed at optimizing their revenue cycle and strengthening relationships with their payers.”
Experian Health has been helping organizations improve payer contract management and performance for more than 20 years. Its Contract Manager validates reimbursement accuracy, manages the appeals process, recovers underpayments, and evaluates contract results to negotiate more favorable terms with payers.
“Providers and payers demand better performance, usability, and interoperability from their vendor partners every year,” said Adam Gale, President of KLAS. “Best in KLAS winners set the standard of excellence in their market segment. Earning a Best in KLAS award should both excite and humble the recipients. It serves as a signal to providers that they should expect only the best from the winning vendors.”
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