Claims technology aims to make health care 'retail-ish.'

June 2009
Employee Benefit News;Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p14
The article features PayerEngen, an integrated mechanism that adjudicates medical claims at the point of care launched in 2009 by TransEngen, in partnership with Hammerman & Gainer. The engine generates a response to the provider, details the patient's limits of coverage and what is owed, and authorizes the consumer payment in 11 seconds. Also noted is the "A-Claim" technology system, a right-time adjudication tool introduced by Visa and Preferred Health Technology in March 2009.


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