Irvine, Calif. – (September 7th, 2011) -EDI Health Group, Inc. (EHG), parent company of DentalXChange (DXC), a provider of enhanced connectivity, streamlined technology and transaction solutions for patients, payers and providers in the dental industry, is proud to announce a new partnership with LIBERTY Dental Plan.
DXC will design and operate a “Claim Connect” All Payer Portal for LIBERTY, which will allow all of LIBERTY‘s providers to file insurance claims through a secure online payer portal.
“This new All Payer Portal promises utilization for additional value to LIBERTY providers by accessing all payers rather than a single payer solution for processing claims and other HIPAA compliant transactions” said LeAnn Eyres, Director of Partner Relations for DentalXChange. “Our team is marketing this solution to practices across LIBERTY’s network to improve EDI solutions and support of faster claims processing and improved accuracy thru EDI.”
LIBERTY Dental Plan was very selective in their choice of DentalXChange, being their second clearinghouse to have access in supporting their EDI solutions. LIBERTY is looking to DXC and its sales team to drive EDI growth by 15 percent in 24 months. It was DXC’s staff that gave LIBERTY the confidence that this will not only be a contract but a partnership.
“With the reputation of DentalXChange and their staff, LIBERTY Dental Plan is looking forward to the new services and partnership,” says Amir Neshat, D.D.S. President and CEO of LIBERTY Dental Plan. “We anticipate that this new partnership will bring increased provider satisfaction across all supported plans.”
EDI Health Group (EHG) has earned industry-wide acclaim and recognition for pioneering the web-based dental EDI solutions industry. Today, EHG has grown to support a current client base of over 12,000 healthcare offices. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, EHG accounts for more than $4 billion in healthcare claims. Through its own clearinghouse, ClaimConnect and PatientConnect portals, the company processes nearly 20 million EDI transactions, consisting of more than 15 million healthcare claims annually.