Navigation Links
Nationwide Health Data Exchange Allows Health Provider Payers to Cooperate in Decreasing Waste and Helping Policyholder Costs
Date:9/9/2009

RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- "It's rare that you find anything that's win-win when it comes to payers and providers. However, as healthcare is looking for efficiency and savings, our company has created a mutually beneficial model that is rewarding, valuable and necessary. It's based on capturing and exchanging a unique piece of provider-submitted, non-billing patient data, whereby payers will find and subsequently recover many previously missed injury claim recoveries. The significant increase in payer revenue will make the participating provider a more valuable asset to payers, who may be able to thereby pass on savings to policyholders," says Stephen Ambrose, Chief Information Officer and founder of SubroShare(R).

Ambrose's company has set its sights on being an impartial 'exchange mediator' between payers such as health insurers, TPAs, self-funded plan sponsors and the estimated 350,000+ in-network health provider practices residing within payer and PPO panels.

SubroShare(R) is a web-based data repository, which securely stores and exchanges patient release of information (ROI) requests made upon a health plan policyholder, typically from an attorney, where such a request would indicate the presence of first or third party injury claim. The exchanged ROI data and transaction does not require patient authorization, as it falls under the provision of 'payment' under HIPAA law.

The CIO adds, "SubroShare and its patent-pending technology essentially accomplish three things. First, it is the only data exchange to alert payers, which of their policyholders has filed an injury claim, as well as the policyholder's attorney contact information. Second, it makes personal injury attorneys, who re-bill previously paid health bills accountable for their part in helping reduce costs in our healthcare crisis. Finally, it helps payers to better stabilize rates to policyh
'/>"/>

SOURCE SubroShare
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Flu Vaccinations Begin on September 29 Maxim Health Systems to Provide 24,000 Flu Shot Clinics Nationwide
2. Joint NJ/NY Rally for Addiction Recovery to Be Hub of Events Nationwide
3. Photo: Tanger Outlet Center Shoppers Nationwide can Choose Pink to Fight Breast Cancer
4. Joint Juice Launches New Ready-to-Drink Glucosamine & Vitamin-Enhanced Dietary Supplement Water Nationwide
5. Activate America(R) Brings Together YMCAs Nationwide to Promote Small Steps Toward a Healthier Lifestyle During America on the Move Week With the YMCA, September 22-29, 2007
6. NIH/NCI renews and extends nationwide license for Genomatix software and databases
7. 100 Black Men of America, Inc. and American Red Cross Sign National Agreement to Increase Diverse Outreach Nationwide
8. New Website Launches Healthy Vending in Schools Nationwide to Help Combat Childhood Obesity
9. First Nationwide Class Action Filed on Behalf of Consumers Who Purchased Topps E. Coli Contaminated Ground Beef
10. American Cancer Society awards research grants to 109 investigators at 77 institutions nationwide
11. Nationwide independent Taser study results suggest devices are safe
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/29/2014)... study has found that certain prostate cancer medications are ... causes in men with congestive heart failure or prior ... findings will help doctors and patients weigh the benefits ... therapy (ADT), which reduces levels of male hormones in ... is a mainstay of treatment for prostate cancer. Despite ...
(Date:10/28/2014)... 27, 2014)—Although oral hormonal therapy is known to ... hormone receptor–positive tumors, about one-half of patients fail ... by Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers has ... (the most common type of hormone therapy), which ... increased treatment adherence by 50 percent. , The ...
(Date:10/27/2014)... for informal caregiving of elderly people by friends and ... a year, according to a new RAND Corporation study. ... minimum wage would cost $221 billion, while replacing ... annually. , The study, published online by the ... the value of informal caregiving by making use of ...
(Date:10/27/2014)... adopt a new therapy by watching others use it, ... , New technology is like an influential colleague -- ... reminded every five to seven days , CHICAGO ... when they are persuaded to do so by an influential ... adopting innovations also have relevance for business, education and research. ...
(Date:10/27/2014)... (PRWEB) October 27, 2014 CALNOC, ... announced its annual CALNOC Performance Excellence Awards recognizing ... of reducing hospital acquired pressure ulcers, injuries from ... their commitment and dedication to nursing quality. , ... and affiliation. These hospitals have a long and ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Prostate cancer medications linked with increased risk of heart-related deaths in men with cardiovascular problems 2Health News:Generic medications boost adherence to breast cancer therapy 2Health News:Generic medications boost adherence to breast cancer therapy 3Health News:Cost of informal caregiving for US elderly is $522 billion annually, study finds 2Health News:Persuading doctors to quickly adopt new treatments 2Health News:Persuading doctors to quickly adopt new treatments 3Health News:CALNOC Presents Performance Excellence Awards to Hospitals at Annual Conference in San Diego 2Health News:CALNOC Presents Performance Excellence Awards to Hospitals at Annual Conference in San Diego 3Health News:CALNOC Presents Performance Excellence Awards to Hospitals at Annual Conference in San Diego 4
... Texas, Dec. 17 ULURU Inc. (Amex:,ULU) today ... Allowance from the,United States Patent and Trademark Office ... the underlying science behind the Company,s,nanoparticle aggregate technology; ... patent portfolio., Commenting on the issuance of ...
... 17 CSG/SportsCoatings,today announced a major deal ... and FabricAide(TM), to 25 high schools in,Virginia,s ... School District is the model for how ... steps towards minimizing prevalent,bacterial issues like staph ...
... acute and recurrent chronic pain are the leading causes of ... low as 2 percent when these soldiers are treated outside ... percent when troops and officers are treated and managed for ... for therapy, according to a new study from a Johns ...
... Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have ... a study that suggests new strategies may be in ... The research is published in the current edition of ... The research focused on an important component of the ...
... cardiac safety, TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 17 ... in electro-stun technology, today,announced a major research university ... Systems, S-200 projectile stun gun. Details of the,study ... meeting and/or,in a scientific journal. However, this study ...
... Available Today, Offers Great ... and Now Even More Heart Benefits, HORSHAM, ... -- and then bulge -- from holiday parties ... availability of,NutriSystem Advanced, the company,s breakthrough weight-loss, health ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:ULURU Inc. Announces Issuance of Notice of Allowance for Nanoparticle Aggregate Patent 2Health News:Virginia School District Gets Proactive Against MRSA 2Health News:Pain treatment in the field: Good for soldiers' comfort and better for rebuilding troop strength 2Health News:OHSU research suggests new strategy for protecting aging Americans against infectious disease 2Health News:Medical Study of Stinger S-200 Stun Gun Completed 2Health News:With Calorie Counting on Holiday Hiatus, NutriSystem Offers 'Advanced' Resolution for 2008 2Health News:With Calorie Counting on Holiday Hiatus, NutriSystem Offers 'Advanced' Resolution for 2008 3Health News:With Calorie Counting on Holiday Hiatus, NutriSystem Offers 'Advanced' Resolution for 2008 4
(Date:10/30/2014)... 29, 2014   ViaDerma, Inc. (OTCQB: ... new products to market, is committed to pursuing ... developed an innovative, patent-pending dual carrier transdermal delivery ... pharmaceutical active ingredients to penetrate the skin and ... The transdermal delivery method also overcomes microbial drug ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... , Oct. 30, 2014 Today Eli ... details of its long-standing technology transfer program to increase ... Begun in 2003, the effort included Lilly donating manufacturing ... in China , India ... South Africa – all MDR-TB ,hot ...
(Date:10/27/2014)... CHICAGO , Oct. 27, 2014  Demonstrations ... and devices are being featured this week in ... 2014 Scientific Assembly where more than 7,000 emergency ... medicine and participating in educational courses. ... back drop of true-to-life emergency department environments, including ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:ViaDerma, Inc. Announces Plans to Pursue Out-Licensing Partnerships in 2015 2ViaDerma, Inc. Announces Plans to Pursue Out-Licensing Partnerships in 2015 3Lilly Shares Insights from Decade-Long Technology Transfer Experience 2Lilly Shares Insights from Decade-Long Technology Transfer Experience 3Lilly Shares Insights from Decade-Long Technology Transfer Experience 4Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 2Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 3Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 4Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 5Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 6Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 7Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 8Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 9Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 10Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 11Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 12Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 13Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 14Emergency Medicine of the Future Demonstrated at ACEP14 15
... powerful, lightweight, easy to ... durable foam silicone rubber ... by machine washable cotton ... easily adjusts to all ...
Xenon surgical headlight system is durable, comfortable, lightweight and deliver dependable bright light through a patented shielded fiber optic bundle. It is easy to wear....
View Mex-3 is designed for out-patient surgery, hospital rounds and house calls....
Headlight module is mounted on UltraLite Plus sweatband....
Medicine Products: