PointClickCare and ABILITY Network Combine Strengths to Help LTPAC Providers Get Paid Faster

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PointClickCare, the leading cloud-based software platform for the senior care continuum and ABILITY Network, a leading information technology company are teaming up to simplify and reduce the effort required for claims management. Working directly within the PointClickCare platform and leveraging the ABILITY | EASE® All-Payer workflow application, providers will have a single integrated solution to create, access, and manage all claims from within the electronic health record (EHR) – eliminating the need for multiple systems and laborious manual processes.

“Manually managing claims and reimbursement can be a headache for clinicians and administrators,” said Bud Meadows, executive vice president and chief revenue officer of ABILITY Network. “As the vendor of choice for PointClickCare, ABILITY will help providers on the PointClickCare EHR platform simplify the complexity of billing, leveraging EASE® All-Payer. There is no jumping between systems, having to check and recheck varied documents to see the status of a claim – it is all built into the EHR. Having all the information at the ready makes for higher accuracy in claims, which ultimately leads to quicker reimbursement.”

Combining ABILITY’s RCM application within PointClickCare’s EHR platform will help providers manage and correct claims before transmission to the payer, and have any changes or status information communicated directly back to the EHR. All information will be available within one system and in real-time and will provide users with more accurate rules validation, faster and easier corrections, and integration with eligibility verification, all adding up to quicker reimbursement for a healthier bottom line.

“We are always looking for ways to improve our customers’ experience with our platform, and working with ABILITY Network allows us to offer our customers access to the critical tools they need to improve their business processes,” said Matt D’Angelo, vice president, Financial Product Management at PointClickCare. “We understand that one of the biggest challenges our customers can face is the claims management process, and with ABILITY’s expertise we’re going to be able to simplify the financial complexities of healthcare for care providers.”

Recognized by Forbes in 2016 as two of the top 100 Cloud Companies, PointClickCare and ABILITY Network are committed to delivering applications that will simplify complexity, increase efficiency and help their customers achieve the business results that matter most to them.

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