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We make it happen.
We understand how healthcare insurance companies work. Our expertise is deep and diverse, spanning facility, professional, and DME/POS contracting, claims, operations, and credentialing. When you work with us, you work with noted experts in each area of managed care operations. Expect real traction – and far less friction.
Your goals are our goals.
Your satisfaction is at the heart of our service. We invest time in building genuine and mutually beneficial relationships with each client. By establishing strong connections with both providers and payers, we identify shared priorities, values, and pathways to foster alignment.
It’s a process-focused approach that enables us to facilitate productive dialogue and overcome impasses. With our guidance, reaching an agreement is always possible – even in stalled relationships.
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Key challenges we solve
Lack of relationships
Effectively communicating your value to a payer takes time, but often they just send you a form or application. We have deep relationships and talk with payers every day. That means you’re just a conversation away from having your best foot forward.
The paperwork can be mind-numbing, both tedious and voluminous. And it never stops. We’re a reliable resource that can take it off your hands.
Tracking and documenting contract specifics
Keeping track of all the elements in a healthcare contract to ensure correct reimbursement can be challenging, but our team can help you with that.
“The HealthAgree team undertakes each project with high enthusiasm and energy. They’ve helped us positively resolve some challenging coverage policies. In my experience, one of their strengths is the ability to view problems from a fresh, non-biased perspective and then develop concise action plans. They work creatively with our KOLs and sales staff to educate payers about our device and achieve medical policy coverage.”
Let’s connect. It’s what we do.
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