The latest in thought leadership from Alpha Health
What Hospital Leaders Should Know About Automation in the Revenue Cycle
September 29, 2020
Many healthcare finance leaders understand that automation can be leveraged to cut out manual, repetitive tasks in the revenue cycle to improve efficiency and give time back to staff. However, the right automation solution should be able to do more than just reduce repetitive work, explained Ben Beadle-Ryby, co-founder and vice president of operations for Alpha Health, in a recent interview with Becker's Hospital Review.
Leaning On Automation In Lean Times
August 24, 2020
Malinka Waliyadde is Co-Founder & CEO of Alpha Health, the first Unified Automation™ company for revenue cycle management in healthcare.
Alpha Health Named to the 2020 CB Insights Digital Health 150 — List of Most Innovative Digital Health Startups
August 13, 2020
NEW YORK, August 13, 2020 — CB Insights today named Alpha Health to its second annual Digital Health 150 ranking, which showcases the 150 most promising private digital health companies in the world.
Give time back to staff, cut costs: Benefits of automating the revenue cycle
June 15, 2020
Many revenue cycle processes, including registration, prior authorization and claims management, are time consuming, repetitive and prone to human error.
From assembly lines to machine learning: A new approach to automation
June 12, 2020
The world was forever changed in 1913, when Henry Ford launched his first assembly line for automobiles. The time to build a car went from more than 12 hours down to about two and half hours.
Alpha Health Picks Up $20 Million to Automate Medical Insurance Claims
June 10, 2020
Andreessen Horowitz has led a $20 million Series A financing for Alpha Health Inc., a startup seeking to help health systems automate insurance claims and save money in the process.
70 Percent of Americans Concerned About Cost of COVID-19 Testing and Treatment
May 21, 2020
A recent article from Alpha Health released the results of a national online survey, assessing how concerned Americans are about the cost of COVID-10 testing and treatment.
More than 60 percent of americans will wait between one month to more than six months after shelter-in-place orders lifted to seek routine healthcare, according to survey
May 12, 2020
A recent article by Alpha Health analyzes their national online survey findings on when Americans will be comfortable re-engaging with healthcare services once shelter-in-place orders are lifted.
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