How Managing the Provider Network in your Health System just became a lot easier

By Adrian Sanabria-Diaz | November 17, 2014


Phynd is a Provider Network Management Platform for the enterprise organization and management of provider information that we call Active Provider Data (APD). Information that you might be interested in might be the primary billing addresses, communication preferences, licensing information, Direct Addresses, exclusionary lists, or internal system IDs are out of your reach because of they reside in departmental/siloed systems. 

There is significant cost savings to be had by shortening revenue cycle delays (up to 10% of total billing cost can be cut), having up to date data (correct faxes and phone numbers), automating the labor that comes with searching and finding provider information, and finally having a system for verifying when provider information was manually updated. This is an efficient, modern, cost saving system that gives your health system a new strategic asset - active provider data. 

Phynd changes the way that you treat your provider information with a population management platform that enables your health system access to constantly updated, active provider data. As soon as the provider information becomes available, whether it be from NPI, DEA, State, Exclusionary list or your own internal health data streams, it is merged into the Phynd Universal Provider Profile (UPP) and is available for consumption by systems and end users (Web and Mobile). 

In an age when physicians, health IT administrators, and other health system personnel are constantly on the go or near a computer, it shouldn’t be a surprise that they now have such quick access to their own provider information.

Adrian Sanabria-Diaz

Written by Adrian Sanabria-Diaz

Incorporating his degree in physics within healthcare, Adrian helps facilitate some of the backend processes of our product including data management and front end web development. He likes to keep busy by attaining his pilot license as well as dabbling into Python here and there.

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