Healthcare payer solutions refer to software applications and systems that enable healthcare insurance companies or payers to manage various aspects of their business, such as claims processing, member management, provider networks, and payment processing. These solutions help payers optimize their operations, improve member satisfaction, and reduce costs.

The US healthcare payer environment has been subjected to waves of changes in the form of X12/7030, VBC, Virtual Care, Member Management, Evidence-based plan of care, AI-enabled recommendations, Interoperability & Patient Access rule, etc. The latest payer business models have members at the center while defining and executing business processes.

Even though payers were among early technology adopters within the US healthcare ecosystem, they are forced to make large-scale IT systems changes due to regulatory and technology changes in their environment. They can leverage all their data to improve care quality, lower premiums, drive better consumer health and eventually, better profitability. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced payers to rethink their IT strategies and be flexible for any unseen future events.

We help achieve your business goals via the optimal use of technology. Below are a few areas we excel in. We can also bring new ideas to the table.

Payer Solutions to Accelerate Your Business

  • Integrate various sources for Clinical, Financial, Administrative, Member, Provider and operations data using standards such as FHIR, HL7, EDI
  • Aggregation, segregation, classification and management of data with BI, AI/ML, etc.
  • Deductive and predictive analysis of data for scientific decision-making
  • Meaningful presentation to enable quick business decisions using dashboards and self-service reporting
  • Support existing applications (even legacy ones - AS400, Delphi, VB etc.)
  • Document and reverse-engineer legacy solutions
  • Build wrapper applications to provide a modern user experience while maintaining the robust, time-tested back-end
  • Provide SLA-bound sunset support
  • Architect, Design and Develop solutions using modern technologies
  • Technology migration of solutions
  • Migrate/Extend existing applications to cloud/mobile
  • Perform independent validation and verification of developed solutions
  • Uplift/Enhance User Experience of existing solutions
  • Identify, Stratify, Classify and Positively Impact the health of high-risk members through well designed population health management solutions
  • Successfully use and report Health Plan Performance measures
  • Manage your provider networks and contracts to maximize quality ratings and your bottom-line
  • Benchmark performance and identify instances of fraud, gaps in processes, which results in sour provider relationships
  • Increase consumer health awareness by integrating better with provider system
  • Ensure consumer participation in your outreach programs through professional CRM initiatives
  • Enhance your reach through mobile solutions and gain more consumer eyeballs to drive preventive measures
  • Listen better to your members by tracking their actions through ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) enabled devices

Customizable and Flexible Healthcare Payer Solutions

Solutions for administrative workflows

  • Claims management, auto adjudication
  • Benefit administration and premium billing
  • Robust member and eligibility management
  • Workflow automation with real-time bundling/ unbundling
  • Provider administration/ referrals & authorizations

Apps for enhanced business outcome  

  • Self-service applications for customers
  • Provider portals with automated adjudication
  • Automated claims processing application with high volume EDI support
  • Custom applications according to requirement

Payer solutions for provider networks 

  • Use our nationwide connectivity to streamline engagement and claims processing
  • Enable pharmacy benefits administration to optimize member experiences and financial outcomes
  • Convert to e-payments to lower reimbursement-distribution costs
  • Achieve accurate, risk-adjusted payments to meet compliance and quality goals

Experience Payer Ecosystem

Healthcare Ecosystem Payers Reducing Provider and Patient Burden Proposal Regulatory Compliance FHIR-up Your Systems Upgrade Your Healthcare EDI Enhance your Member Experience Interoperability and Patient Access EHR Care Provider Providers Portal Mobile Apps RCM Population Health Management CRM Wearables

How We Stay Ahead of Competition

Healthcare Ecosystem Experience

We focus on US healthcare

Complete Transparency

Enabled by a culture of accountability and ownership

Tangible Quality

Showcased through metric-driven processes

Competent Healthcare IT Partner

Tactful health management solutions

Global Delivery

Maximum value with risk diversification

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Frequently asked questions

1. What are payers in healthcare?

Payers in healthcare refer to organizations or individuals who pay for healthcare services on behalf of patients. These can include insurance companies, government agencies such as Medicare and Medicaid, employers, and individuals who pay out of pocket for healthcare services. Payers are responsible for reimbursing healthcare providers for the cost of services rendered, and they negotiate rates with providers to ensure that costs are reasonable and affordable. Understanding the role of payers in healthcare is important for both patients and providers, as it can impact the cost and accessibility of healthcare services.

2. Is it payer or payor?

Both "payer" and "payor" are used in the healthcare industry to refer to entities that pay for healthcare services. However, "payer" is the more commonly used spelling in the United States, while "payor" is more commonly used in British English. Despite the difference in spelling, both terms have the same meaning and refer to the same concept. Understanding the difference between payer and payor is important for healthcare professionals and patients who need to navigate the complex healthcare system and insurance industry. It is crucial to use the correct spelling in your communications to ensure clarity and accuracy.

3. Who is the largest payer in the US healthcare industry?

The largest payer in the US healthcare industry is the federal government, primarily through the Medicare and Medicaid programs. These programs provide health insurance coverage to millions of Americans, including seniors, low-income individuals, and people with disabilities. Private health insurance companies also play a significant role in healthcare payments, particularly through employer-sponsored plans. However, the government's share of healthcare spending is expected to continue growing in the coming years, as the population ages and healthcare costs continue to rise.

4. What are the examples of healthcare payer software?

There are various examples of healthcare payer software, including Payer Care Management Solutions, CMS Payer Interoperability Solutions, Claims and Administration Platforms for Payers, CRM for Payers, Payer Quality Analytics Solutions, and Risk Adjustment Solutions for Payers.

5. What are major healthcare payer companies?

Some major healthcare payer companies in the United States, including government entities, are Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, UnitedHealth Group, Anthem, Aetna (a CVS Health company), and Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.

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