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Self-pay Analyzer

ZOLL® AR Boost® Self-pay Analyzer Improves Conversion Rates by
More Than 30%

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One size does not fit all when it comes to payment plans. Healthcare providers can offer patients a better financial experience using our ZOLL AR Boost Self-pay Analyzer tool. It enables a personalized approach to self-pay accounts that can lead to dramatically improved collection rates and greater patient satisfaction.

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Maximize Revenue With Access to Valuable Financial Data

Our Self-pay Analyzer tool provides billers with insight into each patient’s unique financial characteristics, including available credit. The tool uses various income and credit indicators to build a financial profile of the patient, even pulling community-based credit information when other information is not available.

  • Automatically groups self-pay receivables by propensity to pay
  • Reveals who is eligible for charitable or prompt-pay discounts
  • Supports compliant discounting under price transparency rules
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Increase Patient Satisfaction With Personalized Financial Experiences

There are advantages to partnering with patients on the financial aspects of their care and offering customized payment plans. By treating each patient individually, billers can avoid unnecessary outsourcing to collections while capturing maximum revenue compliantly. This collaborative and transparent approach has proven to improve self-pay collection rates by more than 30%. Moreover, a positive financial experience contributes to the patient’s overall satisfaction with their healthcare provider and the care they received.

What Is a Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI)?

As of January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers (MBIs) to be used for all Medicare transactions such as billing, claim submissions, and appeals. The 11-character patient identification numbers replace the social security number-based health insurance claim numbers (HICNs) previously used for Medicare patients.

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Configure Settings To Get Exactly the Information You Need

Users can configure the Self-pay Analyzer tool settings to align with organization needs. Examples include setting a custom propensity-to-pay threshold and creating workflows based on specific income and credit indicators.

What Is a Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI)?

As of January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers (MBIs) to be used for all Medicare transactions such as billing, claim submissions, and appeals. The 11-character patient identification numbers replace the social security number-based health insurance claim numbers (HICNs) previously used for Medicare patients.

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Benefits of ZOLL AR Boost Self-pay Analyzer

  • 30%+ improvement in self-pay conversion
  • Better cost-to-collect ratios
  • Happier patients with personalized financial experiences
  • Compliant discounting under price transparency rules
  • Lower agency contingency fees

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