Intelligent Document Processing powered by artificial intelligence also holds great promise for true automation and data accessibility in insurance.
A joint investigation by Fortune Magazine and Kaiser Health News offers a very useful case study of sorts for the negative ramifications of digital transformation projects that are not well-defined or coordinated. The results of this investigation were published in a recent long-form article by Fortune called, “Death by a Thousand Clicks.” You’ll want to […]
Why expand the scope of your current automation and what to look for when you decide to further automate? Find out here when the aim is to eliminate manual intervention where possible, reduce errors and cut operating expenses.
Overcoming medical billing challenges when between 10 percent to 25 percent of paper-initiated claims are black-and-white images translates to around 150 million annually with high costs to process; this article focuses on how full automation and high quality data extraction results can be achieved.
Advanced image processing for scanned documents is now more important than ever—find out why and how it makes your life easier in this article.
How to address the hidden challenges of faxed and black/white printed structured claims forms with excessive “noise” and scaling problems.
Manually processing medical claim forms is time consuming and prone to errors. Most claims are originated and transmitted electronically, but there is still a significant amount that are sent using paper. Automating this paper process is not easy as medical claims are complex and hard-to-read forms. Parascript’s advanced document capture and recognition software, FormXtra, makes […]
A new HIMSS healthcare security just came out that identifies the very real risk of HIPAA non-compliance by healthcare staff (you can find a nice article summarizing the report here). The penalty in terms of fines for health-related security breaches is quite severe at around $810,000. In another report, 61% of healthcare organizations reported a security […]
There is a great article in Healthcare IT News titled “Meaningful use creates medical bridges to nowhere”. The article was the result of a discussion at the Clinton Foundation’s 2014 Health Matters Conference where Patrick Soon-Shiong, CEO of NantHealth, asserted that the incentives driving adoption of electronic medical records are causing severe problems with interoperability […]
A recent IDC Health Insights Survey reveals that there is a lot of dissatisfaction with electronic health records by healthcare providers. While many HER/EMR solutions providers tout improved access and efficiencies through the management of healthcare-related information and processes, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that there is dissatisfaction with the current state. Why? […]
I recently sat-in on a great HIMMS webinar called “Extending Your EMR with Business Intelligence Solutions” that has a lot of great examples of how analytics can be applied to health information stored within electronic medical and health records. Just as I was about to question where scanned or handwritten information played in this healthcare “revolution” […]
More and more hospitals and insurers are looking to move medical records, claims and enrollment applications online. However, due to doctors and patients limited access to computers and the ease of applying pen to paper, healthcare organizations are still very reliant on paper forms. The many steps involved in processing healthcare documents, from completing information […]