Gateway Health Collaborates with Kiriworks to Strengthen its Business Processes
MILWAUKEE, WI: Gateway Health, has recently revealed its collaboration plans with Kiriworks. Through this partnership, Gateway Health can avail Kiriworks’ Appeals and Grievances solution to strengthen its customer reach and business processes. Kiriworks, provides process management solutions and services to optimize and transform business processes and helps healthcare payer industry clients to increase user productivity, reduce operating costs and improve customers experience.
Kiriworks’ Appeals and Grievances (A&G) solution automate processes to increase productivity, enhance visibility of processes, with accurate reporting and effective compliance. It can automatically distribute and prioritize each new grievance or appeal and can also classify materials to store case-related information and documents. The A&G solution provides an easy way to manage high-volume, time-and-labor-intensive processes and keeps an audit trail of the entire process to offer transparency into the process, including the approval and distribution record of documents. "As the market continues to change, it is important that payers invest in technology that is quickly adaptable. From the ground-up the Kiriworks A&G suite has been designed to be easily configured to meet market changes,” Eric Willis, Executive VP and COO, Kiriworks.
The partnership will help Gateway Health to track cases at each stage in the process and will assist them to meet CMS requirements. It will ensure Automatic generation of notification letters, IRE case packets and creation of universes and will also guarantee the implementation of an effective Appeals & Grievances solution. . "I've previously had the opportunity to demo and work with some of the largest out-of-the-box solutions in the market," says Alexander Earlywine, Director of Resolution and Improvement, Gateway.
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