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AI Innovation

Both the financial and healthcare industries are undergoing an AI evolution. Review our vision for Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and deep learning targeting these industries.

AI and Deep Learning-Based Check Processing

Check recognition & fraud detection are the most important components in today's check processing and omni-channel capture. Learn how OrboAnywhere using OrbNet AI technology reduces costs and mitigates risk for any check image capture workflow.

AI-Based Healthcare Electronification

OrboAccess, powered by OrbNet AI, provides electronification to remits and payments, enabling RCM companies to automate posting, improve research, and deliver business intelligence

About Us

Celebrating 25 years of innovation, OrboGraph has transformed into an AI company delivering targeted automation solutions to the banking and healthcare industries.

Resources

From news and events to case studies, trends, and videos, this section provides a range of information resources for payment automation in the banking and healthcare industries.

Blogs

OrboGraph produces four blog series on a weekly basis covering topics from check processing, fraud prevention, AI technologies, RCM, and healthcare electronification. Select one the blog to the right. We hope you enjoy!

Solving the Remaining 43% Paper Remittance Advice Problem: Hybrid Electronification

The COVID-19 pandemic has acted as the "catalyst" that has spurred healthcare digital transformation. With many non-essential workers being moved to remote environments -- possibly permanently -- healthcare providers and revenue cycle companies turned to technology to further ensure that revenue cycle continue its operations.

Back in 2019, OrboGraph collaborated with WEDI -- Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange -- to provide the industry with data on the adoption of electronic payments and remits with AI (click here to watch the recording). Here are the highlights:

  • Electronic EDI 835 utilization dropped from 56% to 48%
  • "Partially electronic” increased from 36% to 43% (use of payer portals)
  • Fully manual increased slightly from 8% to 9%
wedi chart v2

When we look at the data from 2020 CAQH Index report, we can indeed see an increase in 2020 for both the healthcare and dental industries:

caqh figure

One of the major reasons for the nearly 10% increase is the adoption of hybrid electronification leveraging artificial intelligence and cloud-computing.

Hybrid Electronification

Operationalizing Artificial Intelligence technology is the key to electronifying the remaining 43% of paper-based remittances and EOBs/EOPs. Utilizing a multitude of different technologies and strategies -- including multiclass classification models, detection and self learning, classification, and inference -- AI is able to read and extract the data from remits and EOBs/EOPs to generate an electronic EDI 835 file, ready for autoposting into an organization's patient management or healthcare information system.

Furthermore, the leveraging of cloud-computing has made it easier than ever for healthcare providers and revenue cycle outsourcers to deploy. Rather than hosting internally and on premise, requiring the organization to upgrade internal hardware and add GPUs, hosting the technology in the cloud alleviates the burden of processing of the remits and EOBs/EOPs --  as seen in the process flow below:

hyrbid electronification workflow

OrboGraph enables hybrid electronifcation by hosting our OrbNet AI technology on the AWS cloud. As seen in the figure, each organization that is part of the revenue cycle process is able to send and receive data through APIs into our Healthcare Payments Automation Center (HPAC), our HIPAA compliant cloud service that hosts our Opti-Lift and OrbNet AI technology. See how users are leveraging our technologies -- click the button below to view our cases studies.

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