Find Infinx at the Following Events
Thursday, December 10th at 10 am PST / 1 pm EST
With an estimated 182 million prior authorization transactions processed per year, according to MGMA, it is easy to see where issues are bound to arise related to the sheer volume. It’s hard to believe that prior authorizations are the least automated business function for orthopedic groups.
We hear a lot these days about artificial intelligence, but what does that mean for solving our most frustrating problems like reducing manual, time-consuming, repetitive tasks from the prior authorization equation?
Thursday, October 22 at 11 am PST/2 pm EST
Infinx Healthcare and openDoctor have partnered to provide a fully integrated digital, contactless appointment scheduling and patient engagement platform, with an industry-leading automated prior authorization solution for imaging centers and radiology groups.
Combining a cloud-based patient onboarding experience and the Infinx Prior Authorization Software solution, you’ll be able to determine if a diagnostic imaging procedure requires a prior authorization in real-time with a high level of precision for most national and large local payers—creating a fully complementary patient access experience.
Tue, Sep 22, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
As elective tests and procedures have been deferred, it has left many Cardiology groups working tirelessly to protect the financial health of their organization and looking for ways to recover revenue rapidly.
Join us for our webinar with partner, MedAxiom, and find out how you can quickly collect on outstanding 3rd party aging receivables using proprietary software optimized with artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to maximize your AR collections and profits earned.
Thursday, August 13 | 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST
With the 2020 training and education period fully underway, healthcare providers are using Appropriate Use Criteria to generate certificates of compliance through Clinical Decision Support Mechanisms (CDSM) for advanced imaging procedures performed for their Medicare patients.
By using a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved CDSM vendor,
furnishing providers can harness AI-driven technology to generate proactive and retroactive certificates in support of their ordering providers that ensure reimbursement once the 2021 mandatory implementation date arrives.
Wednesday, June 17 at 11 am PST/2 pm EST
When it comes to the least supported aspect of the healthcare billing lifecycle, prior authorizations for outpatient procedures are seen as disruptive and burdensome for hospitals, physician groups and diagnostic providers.
The AMA has reported that 92% of physicians said that prior authorizations often delay a patient’s access to essential care. And while there has been progress in consensus building industry-wide, real change may take years and amount to very little. Today, however, there are tech-enabled services available that greatly enhance the prior authorization workflow and ensure that patients get timely care that they deserve.
Thursday, June 4th at 11 am PST/2 pm EST
Like a whirlwind, COVID-19 seemed to appear out of nowhere and completely disrupted the healthcare community. With astounding speed, hospitals and healthcare workers rallied to absorb the influx of critically ill patients. At the same time, governmental agencies and private health insurers waived fees, changed care delivery models, and instituted new coding structures. Simultaneously, hospitals and providers quickly postponed non-emergent or elective tests and procedures.
As elective tests and procedures have been deferred, it has left many hospitals and practices working tirelessly to protect the financial health of their organization, and looking for ways to recover revenue rapidly. Find out how you can quickly collect on outstanding 3rd party aging receivables using artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.
Tuesday, May 12 at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST
Telehealth technology is now front and center these days and is seen as a valuable and essential tool that will continue long term. Today, we are putting patient’s wellness in the hands of technology and why it’s important to leverage during these unprecedented times.
Telehealth refers to the sharing of digital health-related services and images such as x-rays and CT scans. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, monitoring, and remote admissions. benefits of telemedicine. For both patients and providers, the right technology can drive successful telemedicine programs.
Thursday, April 30 at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST
We’re all feeling the effects of this pandemic, but wouldn’t it be nice to hear from our fellow healthcare community members directly? Join our live webinar with several healthcare leaders of various physician groups and labs, and hear how they are all adjusting to the new COVID-19 guidelines and how they will prepare for the future, post-COVID-19 lockdown.