Aspirion Health, HRS ERASE combine, create new RCM platform

Two revenue cycle management companies — Aspirion Health Resources and HRS ERASE — are combining.

Four things to know:

1. Columbus, Ga.-based Aspirion focuses on motor vehicle accidents, workers' compensation, the Veterans Administration and Tricare insurance claim segments. Kansas City, Mo.-based HRS ERASE offers Medicaid eligibility, workers' compensation and out-of-state Medicaid services to healthcare providers.

2. Through the transaction, Aspirion Health Resources will will combine with HRS ERASE.

3. The combined company will serve more than 100 facilities in 28 states, according to a news release. Its solution suite will include motor vehicle accident claims, workers' compensation claims, Veterans Affairs claim management, Medicaid eligibility verification, and out-of-state Medicaid collections.

4. Aspirion said the new platform advances the combined company’s aim to be the leader in the U.S. for complex claims revenue cycle management via continued growth and acquisitions.

 

More articles on finance: 

Investment income bolstered standalone hospitals' finances, analysis finds
US senator seeks information on how to reduce healthcare costs
Vermont hospital struggles to pay its bills: 7 things to know

 

 

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2021. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.