Designed by operational experts, Euclid is a cloud-based provider revenue cycle management (RCM) services that help hospitals and healthcare providers optimize the flow of revenue. The software streamlines billing processes, such as claims scrubbing, payment processing, reporting, scheduling, and more. This robust solution is designed to increase the efficiency and profitability of a healthcare practice. Their administrative dashboard helps users to gain insights into patient visits, claims, remittance breakdown and received payments.
Euclid enables medical providers to use its search functionality to retrieve patient information, including illness type, date of birth, last visit date, account number, and more. The solution additionally helps users in creating an explanation of benefits (EOB) statements with internal status, exporting reports generated in Excel format, and checking number or postdate. Not only this, but users can also improve staff productivity, boost collection rates, get quicker reimbursements, and reduce denials & A/R balances.
It allows clinical staff and managers to schedule appointments and monitor claim submissions, so they can improve clinical billing operations. Euclid also includes automated claim scrubbing, real-time eligibility checking, and submissions. The software additionally supports integration with multiple third-party EHR systems. It delivers enhancements requests from users are in days or weeks.
Euclid Pricing: Pricing is not shared openly by the vendor. You can request a price quote by clicking on the ‘Get Pricing’ Button.
Support: It offers support via phone, email, and other online mediums.
Euclid USP: The software integrates seamlessly into a practice’s existing workflow and turns around requests for changes in a few days.
Euclid Advantages: It is intuitive and easy to use. The company’s support team is very professional and ensures that the implementation process is executed smoothly. Users can also manage claims easily.
Euclid Limitations: It allows users to file claims individually. Users can’t submit the day's entries in one-go.