Patient Responsibility Estimation

Set Patient Expectations, Collect Payments Quickly and Provide Transparency.

Quickly obtain patient financial estimates at the point of service to help increase patient revenue, decrease billing costs and improve patient satisfaction through price transparency. Pricer allows you to calculate the expected amount due at checkout using the patients benefit information. Results are immediate, and your staff are equipped with the information they need to collect full payment.


  • Master Patient Index. Store patient demographics for future use.
  • Faster Claim Reference. Save common claim scenarios to speed up data entry.
  • Print patient estimates. Create receipts to quickly find payments due from patients.

By providing estimates and collecting at the time of service, TriZetto Provider Solutions can help you manage the impact of increased patient financial responsibility.

 

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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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