Recover denied and unpaid claims with effective follow-up.

Accelerate claim recovery and strengthen your cash flow.

A/R Follow-Up

Up to sixty percent of denied claims are never reworked, leaving hard-earned revenue on the table. Cathode Healthcare Resource can help maximize recovery efforts by organizing denied claims by timely filing and dollar amount. Once the most urgent claims are determined, our teams research the issue and work with insurance companies to refile and collect as many claims on as possible.

Auditing & Denial Management 

Cathode’s A/R teams run regular audits to identify troublesome patterns within your reimbursement cycle. Our thorough reporting and analysis of your back-end processes will provide a wealth of insight so your organization can make the most informed adjustments. Cathode strives to make an immediate impact while helping your organization lay the foundation for a healthier revenue cycle long-term.


In terms of telehealth, A/R follow-up is more important than ever. Digital care visits have provided a wonderful solution for patients. However, guidelines around telehealth reimbursement are still unclear, creating more denials needing to be reworked. Avoid further strains to your cashflow by working with a well-versed staff on the common billing challenges associated with telemedicine. 

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    The integrity of your data is our #1 priority.

    HIPAA Compliant.

    SOC 2 Type 2 audits determine how well an organization safeguards customer data and how those controls operate over a 9-month (minimum) time frame. Reports are issued by third party auditors who review the following principles: Security, Confidentiality & Availability.  Healthcare Resource is proudly SOC 2 Type 2 compliant. 


    The security principle addresses whether an organization's system is protected (both physically and logically) against unauthorized access.


    The availability principle addresses whether the services an organization provide are operating with the type of availability that client's expect.


    The confidentiality principle addresses the agreements made with clients in regard to how their information is used, who has access to it and how it's protected.

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