Systematically manage provider directories so patients can find the doctors they need when they need them.
H1’s Precise solves the poor provider data quality problem that leads to negative patient experiences, suboptimal provider directories and many other operational challenges.
Every day, vital decisions on are made based on faulty data. Patients seeking in-network doctors, organizations making referrals to other providers, and payors looking to invoice and make accurate reimbursements are misled by provider data that is either outdated, incomplete, or flat-out wrong.
Collectively, the healthcare industry spends over $2 billion annually to combat this issue. And yet, estimates say that 50% or more of the data in any given provider directory is inaccurate.
H1 Precise intercedes delivering and maintaining the most current information on HCPs, including contact information, affiliation data, licensing, in-network insurance plans and more.
Help Patients Find the Doctors They Need
Transform how patients discover, evaluate, and engage doctors
Maintain robust provider networks
Improve network adequacy by ensuring plans have enough specialty coverage based on patient needs
Redefine the Standard for Provider Data Management
Increase data accuracy, breadth, and scale for every U.S. provider
Improve member satisfaction, patient experience, and access to care
Maintain accurate and up-to-date HCP demographics, diversity & inclusion, and contact information
Promote Preventative Care & Streamline Referrals
Reduce costs associated with healthcare referrals and fines due to non-compliance
Minimize Regulatory Non-Compliance
Systematize federal and state requirements for provider directory accuracy
Address needs from regulations and avoid cost burden on payors
Automated and Systematic Provider Data Management
Poor provider data accuracy threatens access to care and patient outcomes. Patients depend on the information healthcare organizations gather and publish when making decisions regarding who they want engaged in and managing their care. The challenge, however, remains the rate at which a provider’s data changes. This leads to gaping holes in relevant information and inaccuracies that cause negative experiences for members, inaccurate referrals and compounding downstream costs for payors.
H1 Precise updates and manages provider data quality for directory accuracy and network adequacy, and consolidates data points to inform patient decisions. It combines acquired and self-reported data from H1’s influential network of healthcare professionals, which allows customers to benefit from data that comes directly from HCPs.
H1 Precise enables clients to develop highly accurate provider directories while being flexible enough to support their end-users’ unique healthcare needs.
Utilizing one comprehensive platform, payors and digital health companies can maintain robust provider networks, determine the correct volumes of doctors across specialties based on the needs of patients, and have confidence that patients can find the providers they need.
Precise Helps You
Publish Accurate Provider Directories
Inaccurate provider data poses a significant risk to the healthcare industry’s ability to close gaps in care and drive better patient outcomes. Patients look to the directories published by their health plan as a trusted source of information. Unfortunately, health plans struggle to ensure the fidelity of the information they publish.
Comply with Regulations
Meet mounting regulatory requirements set forth by regulations like H.R. 133, the Interoperability and Patient Access Rule, and the No Surprises Act (NSA), which protects patients from unauthorized out-of-network billing.
Improve the Patient Experience
Ensure patients have access to the right in-network providers when they need it most.
Provider data touches every aspect of the healthcare continuum.
Precise offers complete provider coverage, unparalleled data verification, and updates bi-weekly, giving payors and digital health companies competitive marketplace advantages and unmatched benefits from a comprehensive and complete healthcare infrastructure layer.