STAT Revenue ALWAYS Finds Underpayments
In our experience 1% of contractually due revenue will go unpaid, which could be a million dollar mistake.
Our nationwide revenue cycle expertise combined with our in-depth knowledge of payer and coding issues enables us to quickly recover lost revenue. Even when working behind robust contract management systems, strong front-line PFS, or other third-party vendors, we ALWAYS deliver results. We work on a full contingency basis so we only get paid if you do.
Our uniquely tailored independent payment audit does not rely on software on top of software to identify underpayments. Programs have intrinsic limitations when dealing with complex reimbursement methodologies. Our approach gives us the flexibility to address your hospital’s unique underpayment issues often missed by technology-based vendors. Our human-based approach, combined with our proprietary database, makes for an incredibly strong review that consistently outperforms even the best contract management systems.
Once underpayments are identified and researched, our highly skilled team works on your behalf to collect that revenue from your payers. Our proven follow-up, appeals, and denials approach consistently results in collections for even the most challenging underpayment issues.
- Recovering Lost Revenue with Minimal Time Investment
Learn how our clients stay ahead of the challenges associated with the evolving healthcare environment.
- What Your Contract Management Controls Are Missing
Even with proper internal controls, there are numerous areas where additional revenue is overlooked.
- Lost Revenue in Readmissions
When patients are readmitted shortly after an inpatient discharge, hospitals may be at risk.
- TPA Abuse
Third-party administrators are using back door methods to pay less than their contractual responsibility.
- The Medicare Disadvantage
Let STAT Revenue help recover revenue lost due to the complex reimbursement structure of Medicare Advantage.
- COB: Discover Hidden Revenue
Learn about 3 coordination of benefits risks and STAT Revenue’s best practices to minimize underpayments.