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We put our credentialed health information management, compliance, and technology expertise to work for you through extensively researched white papers, case studies, and articles to create insightful and useful information on many of the industry's most pressing topics, including: Meaningful Use, HIPAA ComplianceAudit Management and Release of Information Best Practices.

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  • HealthPort® Launches New AudaPro® Dashboard Reports

    by julie ledbetter | Dec 22, 2014

    Providing Comprehensive Reporting for Audit Management

    Alpharetta, GA, December 8, 2014 – HealthPort®, the authority on the compliant exchange of protected health information (PHI) through the release of information services (ROI) and audit management technology, today announced the launch of AudaPro® Dashboard Reports, a new module for their comprehensive audit management solution.

    HealthPort’s AudaPro solution provides technology and workflows to help healthcare organizations streamline their government and health plan audit requests and appeals management tracking. The new AudaPro Dashboard Reports provide users with new and enhanced visual dashboards with drill-down and exporting capabilities for insight into the financial impact of audits on their bottomline.

    The new reports offer over 80 detailed reports providing information needed to analyze the financial impact of audits and begin root cause analysis. Combining the new Dashboard Reports with the current Standard Reports, AudaPro offers over 100 reporting options. Integrated with HealthPort Release of Information™ solution, the use of AudaPro will speed audit related request delivery and eliminate the cost associated with technical denials. “We are excited to bring new reporting enhancements that help our healthcare facilities gain transparency into dollars at risk of audit take-backs and protect revenue,” says Brian Grazzini, Chief Financial Officer of HealthPort.
  • HealthPort® Joins Forces with Supna Healthcare Solutions

    by julie ledbetter | Nov 04, 2014

    Expanding Its PHI Exchange Expertise and Electronic Distribution Network in the Southeast

    Alpharetta, GA., November 4 – HealthPort, the authority on the compliant exchange of protected health information (PHI) through release of information (ROI) and audit management, today announced the merger with Supna Healthcare Solutions, a release of information company based in Norcross, Georgia. 

    Supna brings 11 years of ROI experience servicing healthcare industry clients across Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, and South Carolina. Supna will join HealthPort’s workforce to deliver excellence in handling and releasing confidential patient health information.

    “This merger is an exciting development for Supna customers, who will now have access to the largest, most secure network of distribution and automated technology available,” said Ash Momin, Vice President of Supna. “I look forward to facilitating a seamless transition to HealthPort’s technology, while maintaining the high level of client service our customers have come to rely on.”

    HealthPort’s merger with Supna allows HealthPort to provide access to a unique and expansive distribution network, unsurpassed workforce and technology designed to process high volumes of PHI quickly and securely. “We look forward to working with Supna customers as we help them meet and exceed their release of information needs,” says Mike Labedz, President and CEO of HealthPort. 

    About HealthPort
    HealthPort is the authority on the compliant exchange of protected health information (PHI) through flexible release of information offerings and audit management technologies. We partner with healthcare organizations to mitigate risk, improve financial performance, and increase requestor satisfaction by providing access to HealthPort Connex™, the largest, most secure distribution network and technology portal available as well as a HIPAA-trained staff, backed by legal expertise.
  • HealthPort® Joins Forces with OneSource Document Management

    by adam lohne | Sep 25, 2014

    Expanding Its PHI Exchange Expertise and Electronic Distribution Network to the Northeast

    Alpharetta, GA., September 24 – HealthPort, the authority on the compliant exchange of protected health information (PHI) through release of information (ROI) and audit management, today announced the merger with OneSource Document Management, a release of information company based in New York. 

    OneSource brings 20 years of ROI experience servicing healthcare industry clients across New York, Pennsylvania and Florida. OneSource will join HealthPort’s workforce to deliver excellence in handling and releasing confidential patient health information.

    “This merger is an exciting development for OneSource customers, who will now have access to the largest, most secure network of distribution and automated technology available,” said Figen Gungor, CEO of OneSource. “I look forward to facilitating a seamless transition to HealthPort’s technology, while maintaining the high level of client service our customers have come to rely on.” 

    HealthPort’s merger with OneSource allows HealthPort to provide access to a unique and expansive distribution network, unsurpassed workforce and technology designed to process high volumes of PHI quickly and securely. 

     “We look forward to working with OneSource customers as we help them meet and exceed their release of information needs,” says Mike Labedz, President and CEO of HealthPort.

  • Top 10 RAC Mistakes and How to Avoid Them: Centralizing Your RAC and Audit Processes Smooths Workflow

    by adam lohne | Aug 26, 2014
    Centralizing your RAC and audit processes makes data more congruous, less mutable and more valuable for root cause analysis and risk analysis. And that gives you solid footing to continue to accelerate your CDI programs. The more disconnected and cumbersome your audit procedures are, the higher the chance you’ll have to endure one or more of the 10 most common RAC mistakes.

  • Above and Beyond Information Governance: Advances in Technology Drive Need for Executive Focus

    by adam lohne | Aug 26, 2014
    Who owns information governance? The question is often asked at that moment when health-care organizations realize the monumental value of the data they generate, especially information harvested by electronic health records (EHRs). Who is best equipped to make strategic decisions regarding the organization’s information assets? Who should define roles and responsibilities for data, establish data policies, arbitrate shared data concerns and oversee the release of protected health information (PHI)? Who exactly should own information governance? Advances in technology drive the need for executive focus.

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