ZERO BALANCE REVIEW
Why leave millions on the table?
With rising expenses, staffing shortages and a rapidly changing payer market, there's little time for evaluating the precision of revenue cycle processes and payments.
Instead of focusing on reducing expenses, find a new source of revenue in a risk-free contingency model, with a seamless transition and low burden on your teams.
ZERO BALANCE REVIEW
Look to Salud when:
You want to boost collections and improve your financial health
You want to identify billing and coding issues not apparent in denials
You want to enhance payer relations and accountability
You want to focus on INTEGRITY and minimize compliance risk
"Our strategic partnership has given us confidence inour reimbursements aid ever-chaing payer regulations. Because of Salud's recommendations, we have fixed processes and received on-going benefit without additional costs. This is a working relationship with lasting vlaue."
VP of revenue cycle, large Midwestern health system
Advanced analytics compare reimbursements with payer contracts and policies
Proprietary automated claims scrubber flags incorrect claims, denials and underpayments
Unparalleled advice enhances our clients' success in reducing future revenue leakage
PHI treated with the utmost care; SOC2 compliant and recurrent HIPAA compliance training
in revenue leakage
for 3-hospital integrated delivery system
in six months
for 9-hospital regional health system
SALUD AT WORK
Early success drive expansion of zero balance reviews
What started as a modest review of settled claims within a 10-hospital health system gained traction quickly, especially after Salud was able to recover $10 million in the first year for the system. The system is part of a statewide purchasing consortium.
Salud’s payment models include reimbursement calculators designed to ensure complete account payment for services performed, not just what was billed. As each system hospital was added, a review of coding, billing and write-offs fixed a host of broken processes.
$43 million in underpayments identified
$26 million appealed
$21 million recovered
IN UNDERPAYMENTS IDENTIFIED