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Complex Claims Services 2020

Complex Claims Services 2020
Bringing Knowledge and Skills to the Claims Market

Authored by: Boyd Stewart and Alex McIntosh May 19, 2020 | Read Time: 14  minutes

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Some healthcare claims are harder to manage than others—in particular, out-of-state Medicaid, motor vehicle accident, VA, and workers’ compensation claims. In order to focus their resources on other claims, provider organizations often contract on a contingency basis with specialized firms who have ample experience handling one or more of these complex claim types. Typically, these firms achieve higher paid-claim rates and cash recovery than organizations would on their own. This report is meant to help provider organizations find the right firm for them by examining which firms manage which types of claims and how well each firm performs for clients. 

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Key Findings

  1. Types of Complex Claims Covered in This Report
  2. What Firms Do Is Just as Important as How Well They Do It—Few Apples-to-Apples Comparisons
  3. Wide Variation in Overall Customer Experience: Revecore Leads Generally High-Performing Market; Kemberton Lags Behind
  4. Revecore, Aspirion, and Argos Health Partner with Clients beyond Simply Working Complex Claims
  5. Argos Health
  6. Aspirion
  7. Bolder Healthcare Solutions
  8. EnableComp
  9. Kemberton Healthcare Services
  10. Revecore
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