Partnership will bring Web based automated Medicaid billing tools to schools that will significantly lower Medicaid processing costs, while increasing compliance and revenue.
Newport, RI – January 15, 2013 – The K-12 Technology group of Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, has just included CompuClaim, innovator in school based Medicaid billing, in its ISV Program. The ISV Program centers on the formation of strategic, product-focused relationships and will allow Pearson to bring the power of CompuClaim to its customers. With this partnership, schools will now have access to CompuClaim’s automated Web based Medicaid billing tools that reduce costs and simplify Medicaid billing systems, regardless of the Web based IEP system used by a school.
“We are thrilled to partner with PowerSchool”, said Peter Carson, CompuClaim’s President and Founder. “Our partnership with PowerSchool is another example of how CompuClaim’s automated Web based Medicaid billing portal continues to deliver groundbreaking value and simplicity to our customers who seek more control of their data and Medicaid billing programs.”
CompuClaim’s MeduClaim portal drives efficiencies into the school based Medicaid billing process, including eligibility verification and claims processing, and will allow schools to save 50-70% on their current vendor or processing costs. MeduClaim is available over the Web, no software or hardware installation is necessary. Integrated into MeduClaim is also a simple to use Web based service capture tool that allows school related service providers to log services they provide to their IEP students.
“By providing this innovative software service to our customers, we are helping them simplify their existing school based Medicaid systems while reducing processing costs significantly.” said Oliver Wreford, director of business development for Pearson’s K-12 Technology group.
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CompuClaim is leading the transformation of school-based Medicaid claiming from a high cost, vendor based approach, to a lower cost school-based approach, by taking advantage of the efficiencies inherent in Web-based IEP systems. CompuClaim provides a hosted automated school-based Medicaid system that simplifies Medicaid claiming processes and lower costs while maximizing revenue and increasing compliance. CompuClaim is making school-based billing significantly more cost-effective by eradicating inefficiencies and simplifying connections.
Pearson (NYSE:PSO), the global leader in education and learning technology, aims to help people make progress in life through learning. Pearson’s leadership spans pre-K12, higher education, and corporate learning globally. Pearson’s other primary businesses include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group. For more information about the K-12 Technology group of Pearson, visit www.pearsonschoolsystems.com.