Paper-to-Electronic EOB Conversion

Make Manual Payment Posting a Thing of the Past.

Posting paper explanation of benefits (EOBs) and patient payments can be a slow and tedious process. With paperResolve®, our sophisticated optical character recognition (OCR) product, you can easily convert paper payments to postable 835 remittance files.

Advantages of paperResolve:

  • Save time. Speeds up the payment process by reducing the need for manual intervention.
  • Balance transactions. Compare the check amount to how each EOB was paid by the payer.
  • Maintain compliance. Identifies the misuse of network discounts and creates a file that can be audited.

With TriZetto Provider Solutions you can streamline your payment-posting process and greatly reduce manual re-entry of data.


Automate the Processing of Paper Checks and Correspondence

paperResolve Lockbox paired with the OCR of paperResolve automatically converts paper checks into electronic deposits and converts EOBs into postable-835 remittance files to create a powerful revenue management tool from start to finish.


Every feature that I use from TriZetto Provider Solutions products I enjoy. The billing software has made my processing easier and the support staff at TPS are always amazing. Thank you for all that you do.

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TriZetto Provider Solutions® Powered by Cognizant

We help physicians, hospitals and health systems simplify business processes and get accurate payments quickly. We will always look for new ways to help you improve revenue and increase cash flow. We will stay ahead of regulatory changes so your office will never struggle to keep up. All so you can focus on the one thing that really matters: doing what is best for your patients.

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