SunStone Consulting, LLC and VisiQuate, Inc. Partner to Release Pretium™ to Help Healthcare Providers Achieve Net Revenue

MECHANICSBURG, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SunStone Consulting, LLC, a leading healthcare consulting firm specializing in reimbursement, regulatory and strategic solutions, and VisiQuate, a leading provider of SaaS Enterprise Performance Management solutions, announced today that SunStone has released Pretium™, a new healthcare finance solution that will help hospitals successfully achieve net revenue pricing integrity and compliance.

Pretium™, delivered via a cost-effective SaaS (Software as a Service) model, allows hospitals to effectively manage complex chargemaster (CDM/SIM) pricing and net revenue integrity processes. Its highly intuitive features help ensure rate standardization and margin improvement. They also offer highly flexible scenario analysis and modeling, along with advanced reporting and analytics.

As SunStone’s Managing Principal Greg St. Clair stated, “We couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome of this, and are equally excited about our partnership with VisiQuate, who exceeded our expectations in the development of this solution. They offered great industry knowledge and insight on how to better leverage BI and Analytics to enhance our value proposition to our clients. We too are now excited about their passion to drive better performance outcomes for the healthcare industry.”

VisiQuate’s Founder and CEO, Brian Robertson, stated, “We really value and enjoy our partnership with SunStone Consulting, whose breadth and depth of knowledge in healthcare finance, reimbursement and regulatory matters is simply exceptional. We appreciate their high standards, commitment to service excellence, and relentless quest to ensure margin improvement for their clients.”

VisiQuate’s Co-Founder and President, JK Kolmansberger, further added, “SunStone is a great partner for us, because our visions to drive continuous improvement and create tangible value for our clients are completely aligned.”

About SunStone Consulting, LLC

Founded in 2002, SunStone Consulting, LLC assists healthcare providers throughout the United States with reimbursement, regulatory and strategic solutions. SunStone's strength rests in its people. SunStone consultants are senior level professionals with extensive provider, intermediary, carrier, planning, audit and clinical experience. They understand the business challenges that clients face daily and work in partnership to deliver solutions that meet client needs. SunStone prides itself on its ability to establish and maintain long-term client relationships. For more information, visit or contact Greg St. Clair at 717-329-2140.

About VisiQuate

Founded in 2009, VisiQuate delivers dynamic SaaS performance management solutions that transform and modernize decision-making throughout the enterprise, bridging the gap between Business Intelligence (BI) and bottom line results. Going beyond traditional BI, VisiQuate’s clients also benefit from the successful integration of actionable workflow, guided eLearning solutions, and a rich complement of industry domain experts who work closely with VisiQuate’s clients to help them achieve the very best performance outcomes. Headquartered in Santa Rosa, CA, VisiQuate currently serves clients in healthcare, financial services, and commercial construction. For more information, visit or contact Troy Boone at 717-385-3741.


JK Kolmansberger, 717-579-7025

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