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AutoGov Announces New Low Price for Medicaid Eligibility Risk Management Software
Date:7/9/2013

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) July 09, 2013

AutoGov Inc- AutoGov announces a new low price for their flagship risk management software solution, CaseVue. Beginning today, CaseVue will be offered at a 70% discount. AutoGov's dynamic pay-per-case pricing plan enables healthcare clients to pay only when they have entered a Medicaid eligibility request into the system.

"The 70% discount is significant for healthcare providers across the nation who already feel the stress of an uncertain future. At AutoGov, we feel your pain and are prepared to do something to help," said Solara Cochran, AutoGov’s Vice President of Business Development. "We are confident the new low price of CaseVue will create a new level of success in the battle against bad debt."

With CaseVue, you decide whether or not to admit a Medicaid patient with just the touch of a button. Your write-offs will decrease and your census will increase. CaseVue has successfully risk scored more than 30 million patient cases and is part of a comprehensive platform used by government agencies and healthcare providers to supply decision support. CaseVue gives facility admission teams a more complete picture with which to make an admission decision; its software requires no downloads and easily integrates with existing organizational processes.

CaseVue will help you:

Confidently increase Medicaid pending, thus increasing census and reducing risk.

Easily create best practices organization-wide utilizing CaseVue's reporting functions.

Gain access to timely data identification and verification services.

AutoGov’s CaseVue software has provided scores to healthcare providers and government organizations since its launch in 2005. The company’s firm belief is that solutions for its clients must be affordable, practical, and harness technology to support day-to-day operations without disruption or unnecessary ex
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