GE Healthcare has released new offerings under the Centricity Solutions for Financial Management suite to address needs and improve profitability across the healthcare network.
with the new offering the healthcare providers can augment their revenue cycle operations, apply risk-based payment models and better connect with payers.
GE Healthcare and Accenture partnered for the new agreement.
Centricity Solutions for Financial Management has several features and products.
The Centricity Business 6.0 is virtually accessible and eliminates dependency on any single platform and generates major cost savings on software upgrades.
DenialIsIQ is designed to help providers collect payments faster.
Company said DenialIsIQ allows healthcare administrators to identify claims facing denials before they negatively impact an organization’s financial health.
Workflow Consulting Services helps customers in reducing the timeline to implement and results in higher Return on Investment.
The methodology, Workflow Consulting Services accelerates improvement in revenue collections and reduces accounts/receivable days and cost to collect.
Centricity Financial Risk Manager is GE Healthcare’s proven financial risk solution with more than 30 clients managing risk for more than 7 million lives.
Financial Risk Manager also offers enhanced premium billing to support health plans participating in a healthcare exchange.
Centricity EDI Services includes streamlined eligibility response formats to improve the efficiency and accuracy of eligibility inquiries.
“Our latest range of software solutions gives providers more financial transparency, using dynamic insight and foresight into the major performance improvement opportunities in their financial and risk management processes,” said Jan De Witte, president and CEO of GE Healthcare IT.
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Ministry of Health (MoH) and GE Healthcare signed a partnership last month, to boost the country’s healthcare technology management system, with plans to establish a Biomed Center of Excellence in Egypt.