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Electronic Claims Management Integrated with Helper
ClaimsConnect Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) service provides a HIPAA-compliant way to easily transmit claims, receive electronic remittance advices (ERAs) and send electronic patient statements quickly and securely.
Managing the submission of claims to multiple payers can be time consuming and inefficient. ClaimsConnect simplifies patient billing, improves overall efficiency of your practice, increases profitability, and decreases payment processing time, allowing you to focus on patient care.
The ClaimsConnect electronic claims management solution is integrated with your Helper Practice Management software. It simplifies your claims processes by ensuring the data submitted is accurate and complete, resulting in fewer rejected claims, faster turnaround and improved cash flow. ClaimsConnect presents claim and payer edits in an Accepted/Rejected report, provides quick and easy access to payment status, and ensures the latest payer changes are implemented automatically. Read more about the benefit of electronic claims versus paper
Reviewing and posting insurance payments is one of the most important yet tedious tasks for any practice. If your practice is waiting for paper-based EOBs (explanation of benefits) in the mail, you could be getting them automatically through Helper instead. Rather than spending hours entering transactions, Payment Adjustment and Write-off information will be added at the click of a button. Read more about ClaimsConnect ERAs
If your practice is struggling with the submission of Secondary claims and related rejections, Helper ERAs will fill in Secondary billing information with a higher degree of accuracy than manual processing. The ERA feature in Helper will ensure that when you bill secondary claims they go through the first time.. This will save time and eliminate the need to correct Secondary rejections.