eSolutions Inc. Achieves HITRUST CSF® Certification and HITRUST Certification of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to Manage Risk, Improve Security Posture and Meet Compliance Requirements
On any given weekend, Andrea Munson is like any other mom, spending her “free time” balancing her daughter’s sporting events, cleaning house and catching up on her favorite Netflix shows. But her work at eSolutions is never far from her thoughts.
As Director of Implementation and Projects, Andrea is responsible for the Implementation, Enrollment, and Strategic Operations teams. She is always busy making sure her teams and managers are firing on all cylinders when it comes to helping eSolutions’ employees assist clients. She also makes sure that any system that can be automated is, to make eSolutions’ products work as seamlessly as possible for new and existing clients.
A Message from our CEO
In just the few short months since coming on board as eSolutions’ CEO, I am truly energized by our dynamic employees and the value our products bring to thousands of providers. Now, more than ever, eSolutions is putting resources and focus behind a growth strategy that enables clients like you to further optimize your performance.
While eSolutions has grown tremendously over the years, our innovative products and committed team position us to evolve into something even greater than our founders could have imagined nearly 20 years ago. After months of comprehensive planning, we know exactly where eSolutions is going and how we’re going to get there.
As CMS is expected to soon release a start date for Review Choice Demonstration for home health providers in Illinois, we're excited to announce the launch of our latest product. Our RCD product is an update to the Pre-Claim Review product from 2016 and is designed to assist home health agencies who choose pre-claim review to affirm their claims.
**Update - April 3, 2018: CMS announced that Review Choice Demonstration will begin on June 1, 2019. The choice selection process for HHAs in Illinois begins on April 17, 2019 and ends on May 16, 2019.
In 2016, CMS began rolling out a pilot program to enforce a more proactive oversight strategy on Medicare home health claims in an effort to reduce fraud and waste. The ultimate goal was to reduce improper payments and the cost of additional documentation and resources it takes for CMS to chase them. This "Pre-Claim Review" demonstration subjected home health agencies to additional billing scrutiny and red tape.