Dallas-based revenue cycle management and healthcare services provider Access Healthcare has acquired Envera Health, a Richmond, Virginia-based leader in patient engagement services.

Access said the deal is a testament to its focus on providing innovative and superior revenue cycle solutions and broadens its service portfolio to include enhanced patient engagement capabilities.

Financial details of the acquisition were not released.

Access Healthcare said it will strengthen its end-to-end RCM services delivery and enhance its proprietary workflows and process intelligence platform by leveraging Envera’s patient engagement capabilities. The combination should deliver much improved outcomes to customers, the company said. With delivery capabilities across upstream and downstream processes, Access Healthcare aims to unlock insights from operations that prevent claim denials, maximize collections, and enhance the overall patient experience.

“Welcoming Envera Health is a pivotal move in our ongoing mission to deliver comprehensive, patient-centric solutions,” Access Health Chairman and CEO Anurag Jain said in a statement. “Envera’s proficiency in patient engagement coupled with our innovative revenue cycle services will elevate the value proposition for our healthcare provider clients.”

Aiming to offer ‘more flexible and diverse choices’ to healthcare clients

Vardhman Jain, vice chairman and founder of Access Healthcare added: “Combining Envera Health’s strength in patient engagement with Access Healthcare’s deep technology-enabled global revenue cycle services allows us to offer more flexible and diverse choices to our healthcare clients. We will leverage our collective capabilities to provide next generation, omnichannel patient engagement solutions.”

Access Healthcare said the acquisition is designed to improve the overall patient experience and achieve market-leading revenue cycle outcomes.

“Joining forces with Access Healthcare is a tremendous opportunity for Envera Health. We share the vision for transforming healthcare pathways for health systems, hospitals, physician practices, medical groups, and, most importantly, patients,” Envera Health CEO David Cerino said in a statement. “We will do so by applying innovative technology, empathetic patient engagement teams, and developing custom solutions.”

Access Healthcare said the acquisition broadens its diverse service offerings and solidifies its standing as a pioneering leader in healthcare services, demonstrating its continued commitment to providing innovative revenue cycle solutions and flexible choices.

Access Healthcare said its global delivery engine includes more than 27,000 people working from 20 delivery sites across nine cities in the United States, India, and the Philippines.

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