Go inside ClaimLogiq with thought leadership and insight on a variety of healthcare payer and employee engagement topics to learn what makes us unique.
While the typical hospital claim review can take days to weeks – ClaimLogiq’s solutions empower analysts to finalize reviews in hours, even minutes. Now, ClaimLogiq has announced the 15-Minute IBill audit as part of our regular claim lifecycle audits. The breakthrough 15-Minute IBill Audit is game-changing for payers of all shapes and sizes. Now, lengthy audits for complex hospital itemized bills, and unavoidable overpayments and recovery efforts, are a thing of the past.
ClaimLogiq makes claim reviews logical – from Payer to Payer, Provider to Provider, and review to review – by allowing unparalleled cross-collaboration in real time across work silos. TrueCost enables this real-time cross-collaboration through its seamless design, user-specific access levels, total transparency into every stage of the process, and options for real-time two-way communication within claims themselves. That’s a lot of moving parts, I know. And when it comes to manual claim reviews, or using most claim review softwares, real-time cross-collaboration and multiple users having access to the review/platform risks further human error, messy chains of command, and drawn out turnaround times. But before you get any heartburn from the thought of your workflows being unintentionally tampered with, know that TrueCost is uniquely positioned to protect your claim review processes – with Workflow Guardrails.
Our 15-Minute IBill Audit is an end-to-end solution that allows healthcare Payers of any size, shape, or scope to produce quality itemized bill reviews in under 15 minutes. We're maximizing automation with intelligent software and technology that learns and adapts to specific program needs. See first-hand, how the workflow is optimized at every step to minimize provider abrasion, accept customizations, and evolve at the speeds of the healthcare industry.
3 Ways ClaimLogiq is Disrupting the 'Black Box" Model of Claim Auditing Sending claims out for audit and waiting on the results to be delivered without any insight into, or control over, the process, is commonly referred to as the 'black box' model of claims auditing. This is especially true of an often disparate process of reviewing high dollar claims, particularly Itemized bills and DRG validations.