Workers' compensation billing and collections are still as paper intensive, cumbersome, and straddled with complex state-specific regulations as they were in 1984. In this example of our Workers' Compensation Service delivery, our client, a five-hospital health system in Southeastern Pennsylvania, required assistance with resolving their workers' compensation accounts receivables (A/R). The client’s goal was to outsource their paper-based and processintensive billing and collections activities. HGS’s scope of work includes the resolution of workers' compensation and No-Fault A/R. The project began in November 1999 and is ongoing.
HGS developed follow-up and billing strategies based on the specialized nature of this A/R to help not only optimize collections and minimize resolution time frames but reduce the cost to collect these accounts. Five major collection bottlenecks were identified on the client’s workers' compensation A/R:
HGS’s solution addresses each of these bottlenecks:
HGS’s 16-year relationship with this provider has continued to grow, and has consistently met our client’s expectations. As a result of the work HGS performs, the client has seen: