Our Private Patients Optimisation service can increase your Private Patient income by up to 20%.
Our thorough review process helps with patient data pathways, processes, invoicing, credit control, contract management, pricing, and profitability through two unique services:
- A data validation service; designed to identify undercharges to insurance companies.
- A consultancy service; where a gap analysis exercise is performed to compare existing processes and procedures with our proven best practice methodology.
By identifying gaps in data, skills, knowledge and practice, we can help to embed change and redefine culture to achieve a robust Private Patient Unit. Our experience and guidance will ensure you have ongoing specialist commercial support for any operational and strategic challenges that you may face, as well as ongoing clinical coding support for accurate invoicing.
Engagement, Data Collection, Policy and Procedure Collation
Audit, Gap Analysis, Policy and Procedure Review, Process Management, Recommendation
Transformation, Operational Support, Managed Partnership Services
Maximise income by up to 20%
Bespoke management support no one-size-fits-all approach
Perform in a commercially viable and compliant way
Reach your true market potential
“As your partner, we advise and support the advancement of your Private Patient business as and when you need us. We can help identify new opportunities and enable you to achieve your goals. With commercial, operational, and strategic support, our expert advice leads to increased income generation, combined with full clinical and corporate governance.”
Keeley Webber – Senior Regional Manager
Our NHS Partners
Private Patient Retrospective Invoice Review
Retrospective Invoice Review to identify on average a 20% uplift on private patient revenue.
Overseas Private Patients – Saudi Scheme Review
Prior to the government enforcing mandatory NHS contributions for Saudi Arabian nationals residing in the UK (2015), most of the medical treatment (excluding trauma and obstetrics) received by Saudi nationals in the UK was from Private Healthcare organisations.