For years, healthcare administrators have grappled with the issues of incomplete, inaccurate, and outdated provider data in managing health plan directories. What if the data can self-correct?
At the point of care, inaccurate directories limit a patient’s access to necessary treatments and services. This can result in surprise billings from the provision of out-of-network care, sometimes even at facilities in one’s own network.
The Federal government and state legislatures have taken notice, and are implementing new regulations and fines for non-compliance. How can technology help solve this increasingly problematic and complex situation?