Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan 01, 2021, For years, Big Data Healthcare (BDHC) has been servicing the government and commercial side of healthcare payments and remittance, but has found the patient side of payment processing lacking.
As a 2020 initiative, the team at Big Data Healthcare began researching additional software options to provide a solution that would complement their current offering and provide an optimal experience for patients and seamless integration into their existing platform. The answer was to partner with BillingTree and utilize their CareView product to bring that same world-class service to the individual patient. This synergy between the two companies helps fill the gaps and gives customers an all-encompassing solution to healthcare payment processing.
“We found that this was such a perfect partnership because we’ve never offered patient payments before,” said Dean Puzon, President and Managing Partner of Big Data Healthcare. “We finally closed the loop – we are now able to improve and automate the reconciliation of insurance payments, and patient payments for provider business offices, but also improve the patient experience, making it easier for patients to make payments.”
BDHC’s mission is to support healthcare providers in meeting their business goals to achieve long-term financial sustainability by providing exceptional service and solutions. Through technology, complemented by subject matter excellence, they strive to provide the healthcare community with system continuity through best practices and affordability. Keeping in line with that mission, their core solution, FUSE, hosts the ancillary services, which provide visibility to all matched, unmatched, and split payments and remittances. FUSE reduces or eliminates the manual reconciliation of remittances back to deposits, provides visibility to all paper converted items (EOBs and PDFs), improves data and file management, and works in tandem with the investment of existing technologies such as EMR / EHR(s), Clearinghouse(s), accounting systems, and financial institutions.