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Aeroflow Healthcare Opens Office In Greer, SC To Service Greenville & Spartanburg Patients

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) September 02, 2014

Aeroflow Healthcare, an industry leader and home medical equipment and services in the Southeast, announced the opening of its new office to be located in Greer, South Carolina. The new address is: 310 Business Parkway, Suite D, Greer, SC 29651. This new location will allow Aeroflow to better service patients with a more convenient location in the Greenville area.

“This is an important move for Aeroflow Healthcare and the physicians, hospitals and patients we serve, to ensure that we continue to provide the best customer care,” said Katie Combs, Quality Control Supervisor of Aeroflow Healthcare. “Aeroflow is committed to quick deliveries and this location allows for improved service.” Aeroflow is also able to increase warehouse space to keep up with the demand in referrals.

The new location currently staffs 2 outside sales representatives, 3 office personnel and 3 delivery drivers; employment at this location is expected to increase over the next 12 months. “Aeroflow Healthcare is growing, and hiring additional staff for new locations is something we consider an exciting part of that growth,” says Combs. “Interested individuals should go to http://www.aeroflowinc.com/employment-opportunities for updates on staff openings in this area.”

About Aeroflow Healthcare:

Aeroflow Healthcare is the premier medical equipment provider of the Southeast, and services patients nationwide. Aeroflow is an accredited Medicare and Medicaid provider and accepts most commercial insurances. Their qualified staff offers years of experience in helping patients receive mobility, respiratory, sleep apnea and other medical equipment. Aeroflow is also the parent company of FetchRx Pet Pharmacy and CheapCPAPSupplies.com. For more information, visit http://www.aeroflowinc.com or call (888)-345-1780.







Baby Boomer Community Could Stand to Lose Millions, If Not Well Informed on Medigap Plans and Healthcare


(PRWEB) July 17, 2014

Millions of individuals will turn 65 this year, and start their Medicare Part B. Turning 65 triggers the clock on the time seniors have to get their medicare supplement insurance plan without having to go through underwriting.

It is best for customers to buy a medicare supplement policy when they are first eligible because this “open enrollment” period allows the consumer to secure a plan without medical underwriting. Medical underwriting is when an insurance company reviews an applicant to make sure they are a “good risk” under the company’s acceptance protocol. This process includes thorough physicals, interviews and other tests that often eliminates people with even the most minor medical conditions making it difficult to acquire a plan.

Many people don’t realize they have limited time to get this coverage, without underwriting. They often find themselves in a situation where they have missed their window and can only apply for medicare supplemental insurance with a company that will make them go through the full underwriting process. If a person is ill or has standing conditions that would keep an insurance company from insuring them under their insurance policy, they surely would not want to miss an opportunity to get coverage without underwriting.

There are various incidents each day where seniors receive medical bills in excess of $ 4,000 with no way to pay for them. These people are now being denied supplemental plan coverage for current health issues in addition to already owing copious amounts for past medical expenses.

The insurance companies want save themselves money by insuring low-risk, healthy, individuals who will not likely need medical help. Being in this condition is the ideal time to acquire a plan, but when in perfect health, medicare supplement insurance coverage is not always a top priority, and often then circumstances of being over 65 does not place many people in an ideal state of health.

1-800-MEDIGAP compiles the best plan options and helps to remove the time consuming hassle of shopping around for a plan. 1-800-MEDIGAP has professional agents that are knowledgeable, insightful, and ready to give guidance on which plan options are best for specific situations. People shopping around for plans could spend hours trying to compare supplemental insurance plans on their own. 1-800-MEDIGAP is here to make the insurance search smother and less time consuming. No matter what insurance carrier a consumer chooses to go with, the facts are the facts. Don’t miss your opportunity to sign up for medigap supplemental insurance today.

Take advantage of the benefits of entering the golden age of over 65 and know what is available. Get the facts here.







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Healthcare Self-Management Accelerated with Personalized Customer Dashboard


Colorado Springs, Colo. (PRWEB) June 10, 2014

CodeBaby, a leading intelligent virtual assistant (IVA) technology provider for healthcare insurance companies and providers, announces its next generation healthcare dashboard: Insyte. This unique customer healthcare solution will be introduced at AHIP’s Institute 2014 conference in Seattle June 11-13.

From the first day of the challenging 2014 enrollment period, CodeBaby has been better engaging consumers and gleaning firsthand information. One insurance company’s consumer-direct portal with a customized CodeBaby avatar went live the day Obamacare kicked off, making it one of the longest running consumer direct experiences tracked thus far. Statistics are early, but indicative.

This has uniquely positioned CodeBaby to have invaluable insight into the real needs of consumers and providers, as well as forecast healthcare technology trends for 2015.

Driven by this insight, the next generation CodeBaby Insyte gives consumers comprehensive visibility and “what if” scenarios to make informed decisions by providing a deeper understanding of their individual health picture. Payers can now provide this to their customers with the ability to serve up personalized data from multiple data sources into a single unified, interactive experience.

“Our customers anticipate a vital competitive advantage to providing consumers with greater visibility and control of their healthcare,” says Dennis McGuire, CEO of CodeBaby. “Having experienced reduced costs and increased consumer engagement during the 2014 enrollment period, they expect even more benefits by putting exactly the information consumers need at their fingertips. Items such as plan details, claims, health data, prescription refills and much more can be accessed in one place, allowing plan customers a clear view of their specific situation.”

Forrester researcher Skip Snow, who covers the Health IT space for CIOs, confirms that consumers and patients want more control and visibility into their healthcare choices. In his April 9 blog post, Snow indicates the new federal healthcare IT framework will require more health information data exchange, electronic access to clinical results, (online) medication management and electronic communications between patients and healthcare payer or provider networks.

CodeBaby has a proven ability to forecast demand and proactively deliver vital capabilities in the burgeoning movement of advocating for patients’ involvement in their own healthcare decisions. The company was awarded the 2013 Industry Innovator “Superstar” Award by The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism (IHC) for providing solutions to pressing health and benefit issues.

“CodeBaby brings a deeply engaging interaction between health and benefit companies and their end users, ensuring their customers and employees are able to take fully informed action,” said Douglas N. Field, CEO of The Institute of HealthCare Consumerism. “In a space that is undergoing tremendous transformation, this type of innovation drives improvements in healthcare consumerism.”

Demand for patient self-advocacy is a natural offshoot of the healthcare exchange environment, which is here to stay. CodeBaby’s rapid-response via Insyte provides customers with the capabilities to answer this urgent need and remain highly competitive.

About CodeBaby: CodeBaby is a global customer engagement and leading intelligent virtual assistant (IVA) technology provider founded in 2001 by two Canadian physicians turned gaming entrepreneurs (former CEOs of Bioware and executives of Electronic Arts). Leveraging emotional engagement and gaming expertise, CodeBaby’s solutions drive engagement and retention for Fortune 500 customers within healthcare, financials, banking, and eCommerce. CodeBaby was recently named a 2013 IHC Superstar Award Winner for providing innovative solutions in healthcare consumerism and benefits enrollment. Visit our website: http://www.codebaby.com or follow us on Twitter: @CodeBaby.







Healthcare Reform and Operating Room Efficiency


Yakima, Wash. (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

One of the goals of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to cut costs and improve efficiency of hospital care. The new ACA guidelines could mean financial penalties for hospitals with excessive patient readmissions, forcing the healthcare system to ensure that efficient operating rooms and value-based care are both top priorities.

With potential financial ramifications looming over administrators’ heads and cost-per-minute in the operating room often exceeding $ 20 depending on the complexity of the procedure, hospitals should not only aim to increase value and quality of care, but also try to reduce runaway spending.

“While cutting supply costs in the operating room is imperative to help save hospitals resources during this time of healthcare reform uncertainty, another, perhaps more crucial, efficiency factor for operating rooms is time,” said Brock Remy, director of operations at SurgiMark. “SurgiMark’s multifunction, disposable Via-Guard suction sets address both of these operating room efficiency issues, resulting in saved time for surgeons and lower hospital supply costs for administrators.”

Obamacare has expanded hospitals’ base of insured patients, making it more important now than ever for hospital administrators to increase their operating room efficiency. If hospitals employ the use of SurgiMark’s adjustable Via-Guard Yankauer suction sets, their inventory costs will decline, and the excessive time previously spent switching between varying degrees of suction will decrease dramatically, allowing for more efficient procedures.

The facilities that can quickly adapt to ACA changes by increasing value-based care while decreasing overhead spending will have a competitive advantage moving forward, and will prosper under these new guidelines.

About SurgiMark, Inc.

SurgiMark offers versatile and cost-effective surgical suction tools and suction tips. Our patented Via-Guard® suction tips provide high-quality, clog-free and dual-action Poole and tip suction in one Yankauer suction device. Our Yankauer suction tips save hospitals time and money, and provide surgical infection control. SurgiMark’s products are made in the U.S.A., and distributed nationwide.

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RISARC CEO Richard Stephenson predicts rapid improvements in collaboration and healthcare as U.S. providers and payers adopt advanced IT systems under Obamacare.


Burbank, California (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Richard Stephenson, Founder and CEO of RISARC, a leading national high-technology and revenue recovery consulting firm to the health care industry, predicts that the advanced IT improvements mandated by federal health care laws will dramatically improve collaboration between payers and providers.

Seamless connectivity

Said Stephenson: “The dream has always been for seamless connectivity between those who deliver healthcare services and those systems and plans that pay providers and payers alike.” Stephenson noted that federal legislative and regulatory incentives now make the adoption of electronic health records (EHR) accessible for virtually all healthcare stakeholders participating in federally-subsidized insurance plans – and that the fluid integration of these systems is “advancing at encouraging rates.”

Better rates, better access

Said Stephenson: “The promise of EHR is ultimately to reduce the cost of healthcare and give patients better rates while also giving them easier access to quality and value. Projects and field reports from those in the healthcare industry, which include some of the largest and most innovative providers and payers in the country, confirm that this goal is achievable. The enrollment success of Obamacare which included a healthy segment of 30 and under individuals, known as the ‘invincible Millennial’ generation will be helpful in that transition.”

Stephenson reports that the transformation of physician attitudes has been remarkable. Said Stephenson: “Doctors in America are moving to systems that seamlessly link them with providers and payers and offer more uniformity in electronically recording and reporting patient activity. The result is they are able to reduce costly administrative and staffing burdens.”

Meaningful analysis

According to Stephenson, uniform reporting also means that meaningful treatment analysis can be instantly made across hundreds, even thousands of cases, whether the results are kept in a HIPAA-protected external “cloud” or inside the centralized computers that record outcomes and costs.

Said Stephenson: “Reliable analytics that truly understand how the health of the community as a whole can be improved – and where the costs for protecting community health can be reduced are essential. Through improved payer/ provider engagement and optimized communications the goal for achieving better patient care and population management is within reach.”

About RISARC

RISARC is a leading national high-technology and revenue recovery consulting firm to the health care industry. RISARC, founded in 1990, has recovered over $ 1 billion for its clients. The company offers the RMSe-bubble™ for secure electronic document exchange and the signature RISARC 360° single-source solution that combines health care revenue cycle expertise with innovative cloud-based, cost-saving technology to help clients optimize existing resources, meet business objectives and reach financial goals. RISARC is a pioneer in health care technology solutions and is a certified Health Information Handler for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, esMD project. The RMSe-bubble provides the industry’s best secure, HIPAA-compliant environment for electronic record and document exchange and has been endorsed and accepted by providers, commercial insurance carriers and government agencies across the United States.

Please visit us at http://www.risarc.com for additional information.







CareMore Exec Discusses Alliance with Emory Healthcare in AIS Newsletter

Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 02, 2014

In a move that one industry observer calls the “tip of the iceberg” and that a WellPoint, Inc. executive terms a “new strategy” for its CareMore Health System unit, CareMore and Emory Healthcare said March 19 that they will work together to serve Medicare Advantage beneficiaries in Georgia. In an interview appearing in the March 27 issue of Atlantic Information Services’s Medicare Advantage News (MAN), CareMore CEO Leeba Lessin said that unit is in negotiations in five other states about similar arrangements and expects to have one additional deal in place in “the coming weeks.”

The kinds of arrangements outlined by Lessin are not like deals that surfaced in recent years in which insurers helped providers start MA plans. Indeed, she noted, Emory won’t be starting an MA plan. Emory instead will be working with three existing MA plans — including WellPoint’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia unit — and will both purchase services from CareMore and share risk and savings with it.

While this is a different role for CareMore than what WellPoint’s prior management envisioned when it agreed to acquire CareMore two years ago, it makes sense in the current environment of declining MA plan payment rates and heightened need for close provider-insurer ties in MA, Lessin told MAN. And, she continued, it could lead to CareMore starting new MA institutional or chronic care Special Needs Plans with provider systems as early as 2016.

Richard Zoretic, president of WellPoint’s Government Business Division, told the company’s Investor Day audience that the deal is an example of a new CareMore strategy to “unlock its value” via an “opportunity to export” its model by partnering with provider systems that want to take risk. CareMore is not just an MA plan operator; it is also a “delivery system,” he asserted. Zoretic noted that Lessin herself drove the Emory deal, and said this agreement could become the template for arrangements with other providers.

Dan Lyons, M.D., CEO of Skippack Creek Consulting, LLC and medical director of provider-owned AtlantiCare Health Solutions, pointed to data analytics as an area in which CareMore can help Emory. Those data analytics can get clinicians more focused on appropriate care and can make Emory a more attractive option for MA patients, said Lyons, and it means Emory won’t have to meet the kind of licensure and capital requirements it would confront if it entered MA by itself.

Lyons, who called the Emory-CareMore deal potentially “the tip of the iceberg,” said it makes great sense for CareMore as well. There are “very limited opportunities for new bricks-and-mortar” MA facilities given the industry’s financial climate and the “mature” nature of the MA market, he told MAN, adding that “everybody on the MA side is worried about payment adequacy.”

Visit http://aishealth.com/archive/nman032714-01 to read the article in its entirety, which examines the deal in depth and covers the industry’s reaction to it.

About Medicare Advantage News

Medicare Advantage News is the health care industry’s #1 source of timely news and business strategies about Medicare Advantage plans, product design, marketing, enrollment, market expansions, CMS audits, and countless federal initiatives in this hotly contested area of health insurance. Published biweekly since 1994 (when it was Medicare+Choice), the newsletter exists to help plans boost revenues, increase enrollees, cut costs and improve outcomes in Medicare Advantage and Medicaid managed care. Visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/medicare-advantage-news for more information.

About AIS

Atlantic Information Services, Inc. (AIS) is a publishing and information company that has been serving the health care industry for more than 25 years. It develops highly targeted news, data and strategic information for managers in hospitals, health plans, medical group practices, pharmaceutical companies and other health care organizations. AIS products include print and electronic newsletters, websites, looseleafs, books, strategic reports, databases, webinars and conferences. Learn more at http://AISHealth.com.







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“SO, THE HEALTHCARE ‘TAX’ PASSED THE SUPREME COURT.”

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“SO, THE HEALTHCARE ‘TAX’ PASSED THE SUPREME COURT.”
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So, it took thousands of pages to create a new healthcare program that is a tax. Will everyone have to pay this new tax?
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I can see advantages and disadvantages to this plan. I do believe Chief Justice John Roberts has tossed a "hot potato" into the Obama administrations "think tank." If the Democrats start an issue about the "tax" issue of OBAMACARE, they will afford Romey even more positive campaign material.

I would bet that Roberts had a real chuckle when he wrote the word "tax" in his decision.

A WISCONSIN UNION PROTESTER TAKES A QUICK BREAK TO RESUME HIS NATURAL POSTURE
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February 23, 2011
The View from Wisconsin
By Frank Burke
For those outside the state to fully appreciate the significance of what is happening in Wisconsin, it is necessary to understand the local political situation over the past decade.

To conservatives and to many moderates, the capture of the governorship, the state senate and assembly, two House seats, and the Senate seat formerly held by Russ Feingold, produced a feeling that can only be described as liberation. The total Democratic control that accompanied the Doyle administration resulted in a climate that in its fiscal, legal, and ethical lapses was extraordinary even for a state as politically eccentric as Wisconsin.

Often cited as the state that produced both Bob La Fallotte and Joe McCarthy, Wisconsin politics has generally trended to the populist/liberal. Milwaukee was the first major city to elect a Socialist, Emil Seidel, as Mayor (1910). He was succeeded by another Socialist, Dan Hoan, who led the longest continuous Socialist administration in U.S. history. (Appropriately, a misguided and now deteriorated public works project, known locally as the "Bridge to Nowhere," was named for Hoan.)

In recent years, the political and social structures erected and augmented by Democratic administrations were left largely untouched by Republicans. In his second term, the last Republican governor, Tommy Thompson, embarked on a large number of wasteful, big-spending projects that generated higher taxes. Under his aegis, the citizens of surrounding counties were forced to pay taxes to finance the building of Miller Park on behalf of Milwaukee Brewers owner, Bud Selig. When Thompson left to join the cabinet of George W. Bush as Secretary of Health and Human Services, his successor, Scott McCallum, had to use Wisconsin’s share of the tobacco settlement funds to cover budget deficits.

While Thompson can be credited for such initiatives as the School Choice Program and welfare reform, his free-spending ways alienated conservatives and paved the way to McCallum’s defeat in 2002, as did the campaign of his libertarian brother, Ed Thompson.

The Doyle administration quickly became known as a tax-and-spend, pay-for-play, juggernaut with little or no sense of fiscal or ethical responsibilities. To cover budget shortfalls, Doyle resorted to the illegal seizure of state funds contributed by doctors to alleviate the cost of medical malpractice. Courts have since declared that the money seized must be repaid. Other irregularities included an attempt by the governor to become the sole bargaining agent with tribal gaming casinos, and utilizing stimulus money intended for high-speed rail to purchase equipment made in Spain. Disregarding massive popular support and a reaffirmation of the Second Amendment by the U.S. Supreme Court, he vetoed concealed carry legislation that would have made it possible for responsible private citizens to carry concealed weapons. (Wisconsin is one of only two states that ban concealed/carry.)

Despite numerous instances of extensive election fraud, Doyle resisted any reform attempts and vetoed a bill requiring photo ID. His anti-business stance was evident in refusing to curb the lawsuit abuse that made the state a Mecca for trial lawyers. Just as numerous film companies were discovering the advantages of shooting at Wisconsin locations, he rescinded the tax advantages that were helping to attract them.

Doyle also refused to rein in the DNR (Department of Natural Resources) which has become a quasi-shadow government and extended its power far beyond the scope of its original charter. Most recently, through a combination of junk science and bad research, it has managed to decimate Wisconsin’s deer herd – a severe blow to one of the primary tourist lures.

Nor was Doyle the only problem. Russ Feingold’s defeat was primarily due to his refusal to heed his constituency on the matter of ObamaCare. In news footage of town hall meetings, he could be seen arrogantly laughing at the voters who questioned him. While styling himself a maverick, he continually jumped into line in support of liberal legislation. His most single accomplishment, the McCain-Feingold Act, could not pass constitutional muster.

Wisconsin’s other Senator, Herb Kohl — known as "Senator Do-Nothing" — is a multi-millionaire who spent an average of 12 dollars per vote to become reelected.

Perhaps what is most important and what is not being mentioned in the news reports from Madison is the performance of the teachers in the Milwaukee Public School System; the same teachers who forced the closure of the city schools on Friday. As one of 17 urban districts with a graduation rate below 50 percent, the system is in serious trouble. Further, as recently as the 2005-6 school year (the last year for which this data is publicly available), there were over 11,000 calls to police from Milwaukee public schools. For example, the city’s vocational school, Bradley Tech, was thoroughly refurbished and reequipped by The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in memory of its founders. Despite this, it has become a hotbed of violence, gang activity, and narcotics trafficking. When large-scale fights have broken out in the school, students have called their parents by cell phones to have the parents come and join the melee.

The school board, mainly populated by representatives sympathetic to the teachers’ union, continues to raise taxes to finance increased salaries and benefits. On a national level, Obama’s first stimulus package included money to finance the construction of more Milwaukee schools, despite the fact that five school buildings currently stand empty.

The problem has reached such proportions that even Democrats have noticed. Within the last year, it has been suggested that the school system be broken into a number of regions under separate administrators so as to make the situation more controllable. The public is currently awaiting recommendations contained in Governor Walker’s comprehensive budget proposal. The fact remains that the citizens of Wisconsin, and Milwaukee in particular, are aware that there must be significant changes — and that these do not include rewards to perpetuate dysfunctional school systems.

As Milwaukee County Executive, Scott Walker inherited a financial mess created by his predecessor. A strong proponent of not raising taxes, he vetoed numerous bills in an effort to control the County’s finances. Since he has assumed the governorship, he has instituted tort reform, generated a package of business incentives to put people back to work, and undertaken steps toward election reform. Regardless of the mobs of demonstrators, many of whom come from out of state on the behest of the Obama administration and its union cronies, the people of Wisconsin enthusiastically support his efforts. They have lived with the alternative for too long.

The combination of past fiscal irresponsibility by both political parties but most especially by the Doyle administration, coupled with the entitlement philosophy of the teachers’ unions and other public sector unions, has resulted in the loss of both jobs and population. This has not gone unnoticed by other states that have avidly pursued Wisconsin companies with packages of incentives and tax advantages. Only serious concessions by the private sector unions have enabled two of the state’s signature companies — Mercury Marine and Harley-Davidson — to remain. Governor Walker’s valiant struggle certainly has national implications. For the majority of Wisconsin’s citizens, it represents a major step on the long road toward rebuilding, repositioning, and reviving a state that has much to offer

OH AND SEE WHAT THE HEAD LAWYER FOR THE TEACHERS UNION THINKS ABOUT "THE CHILDREN" IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CHILDREN RIGHT???

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwxiRXqH_hQ

Aeroflow Healthcare Announces Four New Insurance Contracts, Sees Growth Nationwide

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

Aeroflow Healthcare, a durable medical equipment (DME) company focused patient care and distribution of quality health improvement products, announced that it has signed four new insurance contracts in the past month alone.

Aeroflow Healthcare’s new contracts are with:

    Cypress Care
    Arbor Health
    Indiana University
    NJ Medicaid

These partnerships are key indicators of growth for Aeroflow Healthcare, which is impressive in light of recent reimbursement cuts, competitive bidding programs and increased audits. “This is a challenging time as providers are anticipated to have to close their doors,” says Ryan Bullock, Aeroflow Healthcare Director of Sales & Marketing. “The patients once serviced by those providers are going to need to find providers who is in network with their insurance. The additional contracts will position Aeroflow to ensure these patients are still serviced.”

With these additional agreements, Aeroflow is now in-network with a total of 24 state Medicaid plans, in addition to hundreds of other insurances. Among Aeroflow’s other insurance contracts are various United Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicaid state plans, with a strong concentration in Southeast states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia).

These insurance contracts and existing contracts allow Aeroflow to assist patients in obtaining medical equipment such as power wheelchairs and scooters, sleep tests and CPAP supplies, home oxygen and respiratory care, breastpumps and more. Aeroflow Healthcare works with both patients and Hospitals and Physicians to assist patients in home medical equipment needs. Aeroflow’s goal in partnering with these insurances is to continue company growth serve patients nationwide.

Aeroflow is an accredited Medicare and Medicaid provider and accepts most commercial insurances. Their qualified staff offers years of experience in helping patients receive medical equipment through insurance. Aeroflow is also the parent company of FetchRx Pet Pharmacy and CheapCPAPSupplies.com. For more information, visit http://www.aeroflowinc.com or call (888)-345-1780.







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Dynamic Healthcare Systems Partners with Peak Health Solutions to Provide Comprehensive Risk Adjustment Solutions

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

Dynamic Healthcare Systems announced today that they have entered into an agreement with San Diego, CA-based Peak Health Solutions to support compliant outcomes and results for the complex administrative challenges faced by government-regulated health plans. Dynamic Healthcare Systems’ subject matter experts and enterprise software solutions for encounter data processing and risk adjustment complement and will be integrated with Peak’s advanced risk adjustment analytics and medical records retrieval and coding solutions. Together, Dynamic and Peak will provide a comprehensive Edge Server offering for the Commercial Health Insurance Exchange Marketplace as well as solutions for Medicare Advantage plans starting with code capture to risk adjustment to EDPS/RAPS submission.

“Dynamic Healthcare Systems and Peak Health Solutions are working closely together to deliver a complete end-to-end Risk Adjustment solution for government health plans. This business model provides customers the opportunity to work with a consortium of subject matter experts dedicated to solving the complex compliance and administrative challenges of the Medicare and Exchange markets,” said Robert Dunn, President and CEO of Dynamic Healthcare Systems.

“Peak Health Solutions is excited to partner with Dynamic’s solutions to bring a unique full service offering to the Medicare Advantage and Health Insurance Exchange market,” said Gabe Stein, Executive Vice President of Peak Health Solutions. “Dynamic’s enrollment and submission solutions coupled with Peak Health Solutions risk adjustment, quality analytics, consulting and services will allow us to make a quick impact for our clients.”

For more information on the combined Dynamic/Peak solution, visit http://www.dynamichealthsys.com or call 949.333.4565.

About Dynamic Healthcare Systems

Dynamic Healthcare Systems, Inc. delivers comprehensive enterprise software solutions and services for Medicare Advantage health plans, Medicaid, and Exchange markets striving to succeed amid new and evolving regulatory requirements. Headquartered in Irvine, California, the company brings world-class innovations to companies serving the government-regulated healthcare population. For more information, visit http://www.dynamichealthsys.com or call 949.333.4565.

About Peak Health Solutions

Peak Health Solutions’ payer division delivers risk adjustment reporting and quality measurement (Stars) analytics on a single web-accessible decision support software platform. The PeakAnalytics’ software offers a superior set of solutions– capturing and managing data for health plans; transforming the data into actionable information at the plan, provider and member level. Coupled with Peak’s comprehensive chart review and in home assessment capabilities, PeakAnalytics optimizes our clients’ risk scores and can close critical quality care gaps.

For more information, visit http://www.peakhs.com.