Recondo Technology takes automated revenue cycle management on the road
CEO, Chief Product Officer to educate healthcare leaders about automated price transparency, prior authorization and eligibility at upcoming industry events.
Denver, CO — October 9, 2018 — Nearing the end of one if its most successful years to date, Recondo Technology executives will be speaking at several industry events about why 2019 will see more hospital revenue cycle management departments replace wasteful manual effort with solutions providing automation. The company’s Chief Executive Officer, Jay Deady, and Chief Product Officer, Heather Kawamoto, will speak at the following events.
The Health Management Academy’s CFO Forum 2018 Meeting, Oct. 17-21, Deer Valley, Utah. At this confab of CFOs from the nation’s largest health systems, Jay Deady has been tapped to participate in the “Revenue Cycle CEO” panel. Deady will describe which RCM processes bring the greatest ROI when automated, including patient price estimation, claim status verification, and prior authorization retrieval.
The 2018 Northeast NAHAM Annual Regional Conference, Oct. 15—16, Stamford, Connecticut. Kawamoto will speak to members of the National Association of Healthcare Access Management on the panel, “What’s the COST: Can Organizations Support Transparency?” This is a topic Kawamoto is deeply immersed in through her leadership role with Recondo, which has guided some of the largest health systems in the country to deploy cost estimate technology as a fundamental offering in their market strategy, including Baylor Scott & White Health, ProMedica and Shields Health Care Group, among others. Heather will be joined by Asha Strazzero-Wild, Director of Growth Operations for RxRevu and the panel will be moderated by Beth Sanborn, Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance News.
MAPAM 2018 Fall Conference, Oct. 22, South Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Kawamoto will participate in a panel on how to navigate the regulatory challenges surrounding price transparency, and how to deploy patient-friendly, profitable price transparency across key service points in the healthcare enterprise. Also joining the panel is Asha Strazzero-Wild, Director of Growth Operations for RxRevu. Beth Sanborn, Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance News will again serve as moderator.
Recondo pioneered robotic process automation in revenue cycle management, and today, its machine learning-enhanced engines are reducing patient estimate errors by as much as 33 percent, while discovering and acting on the impact of downstream billing patterns to improve predictions.
Additionally, the company consistently earns the highest industry accolades, including this year’s coveted 2018 Best in KLAS for Patient Access ranking for its patient access solutions. Recondo then went on to earn HFMA’s Peer-Reviewed status for its automated solutions that obtain prior authorization from health insurers and early retrieval of actionable claim status; the first ever to be peer reviewed by HFMA.
The company has long been recognized as the pioneer in healthcare financial automation, when as far back as 2013, Recondo was recognized by Modern Healthcare magazine as “Healthcare’s Hottest Company.”
Healthcare media attending any or all of the above events are invited to schedule interviews with Deady and Kawamoto. Contact Stephanie Janard, Amendola Communications for Recondo Technology, at email@example.com or 828-962-2054.
About Recondo Technology
Recondo’s cloud-based solutions deliver industry leading automated, accurate, and actionable financial clarity to all participants within the healthcare revenue cycle. Recognized by Black Book Research as one of the top three leaders in revenue cycle management software, Recondo empowers more than 900 hospitals with solutions that connect providers, payers, and patients to ensure proper payments across the care continuum. The company’s patented software and expertise streamline operations and allow providers to be paid more, faster, and at a cheaper cost. Recondo brings efficiencies and cost savings to patient access through to payment processing—a continuum today where inaccuracy and inefficiencies currently cost U.S. healthcare a staggering $480 billion per year.
Amendola Communications for Recondo Technology
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