The Health Plan Serving Over 200,000 Covered Lives Selects NantHealth’s NaviNet® Open to Drive Provider Engagement Strategy
WHEELING, W. Va. and CULVER CITY, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Jan. 28, 2020—
The Health Plan is one of the largest locally managed care organizations in
NaviNet Open is a leading payor-provider collaboration platform, enhancing communication between health plans and providers to increase operating efficiency, lower costs, improve provider satisfaction and enable expansion. As organizations develop more value-based product lines to support the transition to value-based care, provider alignment and actionable data prior to care delivery becomes critical. To enable these capabilities, health plans and providers need a flexible, extensible infrastructure that fosters collaboration and encourages interoperability. NaviNet Open delivers vital administrative and clinical information to providers in real-time, so they can quickly and easily communicate across multiple health plans.
“NantHealth’s NaviNet Open delivers an easy-to-use full-service application capable of reducing customer service calls and manual processes,” said
Under terms of the partnership, NaviNet Open will drive The Health Plan’s provider engagement strategy through the NaviNet Open portal, comprised of Eligibility and Benefits, Claims Status Inquiry, Claims Management, Authorizations, Referrals and Document Exchange. The portal will enhance communications by building trust, boosting provider satisfaction, and more closely aligning to value-based outcomes.
“We’re excited to be working in partnership with The Health Plan to enable a direct connection with their provider networks with an outcome of impressive cost savings, ongoing support, product improvements, and enhanced communications,” said
About The Health Plan:
The Health Plan (www.healthplan.org), a not-for-profit,
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