Contract Management Solutions
Health systems can forecast accurate revenue based on complex contract terms, identify systemic payor issues and negotiate more favorable contracts to protect long-term revenue by incorporating advanced contract management functions and episode-of-care analytics as routine practice.
nThrive offers contract management and modeling solutions to monitor complex commercial payor contracts in order to capture all revenue rightfully earned. Integrated with other nThrive solutions, health systems can benefit from highly accurate patient bill estimates based on a common contract database, as well as automated claim submission, reduced denials and underpayments. Our Contract Management Solution has consistently ranked #1 by KLAS* since 2006 and is utilized by nearly 200 health systems. We deliver:
- 5-10x ROI based on historical performance of clients
- Accurate underpayment identification for recovery
- Complete government coverage, including Medicare, TRICARE, Medicaid and Workers’ Compensation
- Risk mitigation in the transition to fee-for-value with increased transparency and support for more than 110 defined episodes
- Contract modeling capabilities to project expected profitability
- Improved payor contract performance of bundled payment and at-risk contracts
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Kettering Health Network partners with nThrive to capture 50 percent more patient underpayments with improved contract managementClick here
Duke University Health System and nThrive automate contract management processes to collect $90+ million in payor underpaymentsClick here