Data Dimensions Leverages Availity to offer Multi-Payer Provider Engagement Portal

JANESVILLE, WI (March 2018) – Data Dimensions, a leader in business process automation, and Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network, now offers the workers’ compensation market a new way to connect payers and providers by leveraging Availity’s Provider Engagement Portal as part of Data Dimensions’ Shared Services solution. This multi-payer platform serves as an entry point for providers who require secure access to their payers regarding clinical and administrative transactions.

 

Through the use of intuitive workflows, providers are able to conduct eligibility and benefits inquires, real-time authorization and referrals, claim status updates and more. The platform connects providers with every health plan nationwide, including more than 1 million active providers, 2,700 hospitals and 675 vendor partners.

 

The Provider Engagement Portal also offers notifications, in-app messaging and alerts that enhance communication with providers and plans, as well as excellent provider data management that ensures the most accurate provider information.

 

Data Dimensions President and CEO Jon Boumstein said Availity’s Provider Engagement Portal offers a variety of benefits to Data Dimensions clients. “By working with Availity, we’re able to connect our clients with the largest, most powerful health care network in the United States. This will really be a game changer in how they connect with providers and will provide them an opportunity for significant cost savings related to answering provider inquiries.”

 

Russ Thomas, CEO of Availity, said that by teaming up with Data Dimensions to offer the Provider Engagement Portal in the workers’ compensation space, Availity is able to bring its extensive network to a wider range of clients. “Availity’s relationship with Data Dimensions continues to bring our proven data management and network connections to a larger number of providers, offering them a more cost-effective and efficient method for provider management.”

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