Healthcare practices lose a lot of revenue through the denial of claims due to inaccurate patient demographics. The demographics that are entered has a direct bearing at the time of claims submissions and also helps insurance companies process the billing faster. This ensures that healthcare providers not only get their reimbursements faster, but also reduce claims denials, yielding increased revenue.

The medical billing specialists enter patient demographic details such as name, date of birth, address, insurance details, medical history, guarantor etc. as provided by the patients at the time of the visit. For established patients, we validate these details and necessary changes, if any, are done to the patient records on the practice management system.It’s all about the patients. Sometimes this simple fact gets lost in the complexity of operational processes for managing patient data, schedule density and documentation compliance. And that’s why we are here: to help you simplify access for patients and enhance data visibility for your management and administrative teams.


We know patient scheduling is central to your physicians' workflow and productivity. That's why we use the world class technology and a powerful scheduler with daily, weekly, and monthly calendar views, real-time patient eligibility, customized encounter forms, and advanced scheduling rules. It provides the ultimate control of your physicians' most precious resource - their time. You get daily, weekly, and monthly appointment calendar views organized by physician, resource, and service location. You can customize your calendars by setting up office hours, color-coding by appointment reason or time blocks, or showing a legend with more information about your scheduling rules. You can schedule patient and other appointments directly from any appointment calendar. You can schedule one-time or recurring appointments using powerful recurrence rules. You can enter information about each appointment including the patient, case, location, physician, start date and time, end date and time, appointment reasons, and more.

Maximizing patient access.
How we do it…

1. Provider name
2. Patient group seen by each provider
3. Appointment types
4. Maximum no. of appointments of each type that can be scheduled on a given day.

Patient population characteristics
1. Gender
2. Age
3. Insurance
4. Chronic conditions
5. Special care / Pregnant, New born
6. Average # of appointment, Routine vs Medical

Scheduling aims to improve the match between healthcare resources (doctors, nurses, rooms, equipment, medicines) and patient needs. A good scheduling system reduces waits for patients while also improving the utilization of critical resources. It does this by tracking the availability of resources, projecting future demands for service and automating the assignment of resources to needs. Scheduling systems also produce needed data, such as how many surgeries were performed and of what sort, how long it takes per procedure and differences between doctors.