Anesthesia Business Consultants along with ePREOP Announces Point of Care Self-Pay and Coinsurance Resolution Upgrade to e

JACKSON, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Anesthesia Business Consultants, LLC (ABC) is excited to announce a new upgrade to ePREOP which will be premiered at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Conference on Practice Management in Houston held from January 28th through the 29th. ePREOP offers a revolutionary software that promises to improve outcomes and save healthcare dollars, and now allows for the capturing of patient payment information, such as credit card information, resulting in faster payment processing with fewer errors.

The American Society of Anesthesiologists Conference on Practice Management is the premiere anesthesiology practice management program of the year, making this the ideal venue to demonstrate ePREOP Integrated Preoperative Services’ new patient payment capturing upgrade. The exhibits will open on Friday, January 28th at 11:45 a.m. Together in booth number #302, ABC and ePREOP will be demonstrating this significant software upgrade to the anesthesia community. Attendees are invited to see live product demonstrations and talk with the creators. The exhibit hall will close Saturday, January 29th at 8:00 pm, so attendees are encouraged not to delay.

ePREOP was designed specifically to bridge the gap between the physician office and operating room. The web-based software gathers information from an existing electronic record or directly from the patient using ePREOP’s intake form. This intake form is available online via home computer, clinic-based kiosk, or iPad. This allows for a seamless transfer of patient data between parties and eliminates duplicate patient interviews. ePREOP automatically analyzes that information (evaluating hundreds of thousands of data points), considers surgical risk, and generates evidence-based preoperative clinical guidelines. These guidelines improve outcomes and decrease costs.

ePREOP’s products increase reimbursement for a subscribing institution through a variety of services including the most recent advancement—capturing patient payment information, including both insurance and credit card information. This allows for prompt payment collection, regardless of whether the deductible has been met, coinsurance has been collected, or it is a self-pay case. These payment capture services can be utilized by both the contracting facility and anesthesia groups.

“Our relationship with ePREOP allows us to serve our clients better. By utilizing this electronic record, practitioners can save time and money. And the ability to capture payment information—both insurance and credit card—will significantly reduce billing time and errors,” says Tony Mira, President and CEO of ABC. “We are relentlessly searching to discover these opportunities for our clients, and we are excited to announce this ePREOP software upgrade.”

ABC, established in 1979, is one of the largest billing and practice management companies dedicated to the complex and intricate specialty of anesthesia and pain management. Its accomplished in-house technology staff has created and maintains the ABC proprietary practice management software, F1RSTAnesthesiaTM, including F1RSTAnesthesiaRecord an electronic pen that creates electronic medical records utilizing existing forms, and the mobile web app F1RSTAccess which allows clients to view reports on the go. The other technologies ABC provides their clients include iMDsoft®, MetaVision’s leading AIMS; and ePREOP’s web-based preoperative evaluation form. ABC employs industry leaders, operates under proven efficient processes, and utilizes technology advances to easily adapt to the ever-changing regulatory environment.

For further information, contact Lori Imboden at 517-787-6440 ext 4113 or at [email protected].



CONTACT:

Anesthesia Business Consultants, LLC
Tony Mira, 517-787-6440
[email protected]

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