In order to determine the top-performing vendors among in-demand financial software systems, Black Book Research polled nearly 2,300 hospital and health provider chief financial officers, vice presidents of finance and RCM, controllers, business office managers, consultants, and directors, analyst staff, and physician practices.
FREMONT, CA: AccuReg, the market leader in patient access and developer of EngageCare—a single platform that integrates and also automates patient access with digital intake and engagement—has been ranked first for the fourth consecutive year among patient access solutions providers as per the influential 2021 Black Book Research Survey.
In order to determine the top-performing vendors among in-demand financial software systems, Black Book Research polled nearly 2,300 hospital and health provider chief financial officers, vice presidents of finance and RCM, controllers, business office managers, consultants and directors, analyst staff, and physician practices.
"This has been a pivotal year for our company as we launched EngageCare to provide our customers the digital experience patients expect while championing the benefits of shifting focus to the front-end of the revenue cycle. It is gratifying to our entire team to be named the market leader in patient access once again by Black Book because it proves we are delivering a superior product that hospitals, health systems and clinics value," stated Paul Shorrosh, AccuReg CEO and Founder. "EngageCare stands out by consolidating multiple vital functions and disparate vendor systems into one integrated solution that complements EHRs by ensuring data integrity and revenue capture from both patients and payers."
AccuReg created EngageCare by listening to what patients and providers indicated they needed: a simple experience that aids in the delivery of safe, individualized patient visits while optimizing the front-end of the revenue cycle to prevent denials, improve net revenue, and reduce expenses. EngageCare uses a single platform for patient access, digital patient intake, and engagement, including appointment reminders, online self-pre-registration, digital check-in, and virtual waiting rooms, as well as automated registration auditing, benefit-level eligibility validations, as well as accurate price estimates and payment capture. Providers have found EngageCare to be important for improving patient and staff collaboration, safety and satisfaction while growing net revenue, offering accurate cost estimates and convenient payment options, improving the financial experience for patients and helping hospitals, health systems and clinics fully collect revenue they have earned from patients as well as insurance companies alike, at the lowest cost.