Buyer's Guide to Automation
Considerations for Revenue Cycle Automation
The AKASA “Buyer’s Guide to Healthcare Revenue Cycle Automation” provides an in-depth look at the automation process; how to understand the total cost of ownership for automation solutions; and how to ensure transparent pricing is tied to meaningful business results.
Specific topics include:
- The Automation Process
- A Road Map For Automating Revenue Cycle Operations
- A Look At Traditional Technologies and New Solutions
- How to Evaluate AI Solutions
- Why Human Judgment and Subject Matter Expertise Are Critical To Automation
- Maintenance Matters
- Demand Pricing Transparency
- Security and Compliance Considerations
66+% of more than 500 CFOs and revenue cycle leaders surveyed say they are currently using some form of automation in their revenue cycle operations.*
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Get an In-Depth Look Into the Buyer’s Journey
Automation in healthcare revenue cycle operations has transitioned from an aspirational ‘nice to have’ to mission critical for driving efficiency and cost effectiveness for providers.
The “Buyer’s Guide to Healthcare Revenue Cycle Automation” provides a comprehensive look at considerations for purchase and deployment of effective automation solutions within healthcare revenue cycle operations. You will learn.
- The role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in automation
- How to understand the total cost of ownership for automation solutions
- How to ensure transparent pricing is tied to meaningful business results
- Considerations to plan for security and compliance
Midwest Health System
$966M in Net Patient Revenue
AKASA works with a leading provider of care in the Midwest that has experienced significant growth in volumes over the last few years. To stay ahead of these volumes while continuing to manage their cost to collect, the health system worked with AKASA to deliver Unified Automation™ to support production out of their centralized business office. AKASA automated insurance follow-up tasks, which allowed staff to focus on other revenue cycle functions.
- Accounts worked per month equivalent to 19 FTEs
- Accounts worked by AKASA in 12 months
- Hours of work saved in 12 months
- Accounts removed from staff queues