Our suite of solutions allow you to easily and accurately communicate with patients about their financial responsibility.
How Authorize Works
- Authorize determines based on participating payer that a CPT code(s) requires prior authorization.
- If prior authorization is required and the payer has issued a certification number, it will be extracted.
- Allows your staff to focus exclusively on cases requiring further investigation.
- Save time for business office
- Increase overall collections
- Reduce denials
What People are Saying
In our first quarter of use Clariti identified 11 cases that would have had inactive insurance at the time of surgery and we would have previously performed those cases.
We lost one of our two full-time pre-verification specialists during our implementation of Clariti and Simple Pay. Based on our experience we have decided we did not need to replace that person.
We were lucky to collect any portion of the patient cost share prior to the date of service. With Clariti, we get about 1/3 of our patients to pay online and about the same number call the center to pay by phone, all before ever stepping foot in our facility!
Prior to Clariti we had a real problem with overestimating cost shares and spent way too much time issuing refunds on the back end. With Clariti our estimates are accurate and have substantially decreased time issuing refund checks.
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