The first step: a quick phone consult or webinar that provides with details on the service that interest you … and the financial advantages to your specific practice.
The Archway Management Service Arrangement (MSA) enables a provider to offer pain management service to Workers’ Comp patients who would otherwise be served by third parties.
Our reimagined MSA follows traditional billing pathways, enabling your practice to dictate billed charges — and capture 2-6 times the profit delivered by competitive models. Archway’s pricing guidance enables your practice to maintain positive relationships with referral sources and insurance panels.
Archway’s core pain management device offers a superior thermal sequential compression and cold application. This portable, patient-friendly approach improves patient outcomes and constitutes a robust revenue stream for your practice.
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) devices are part of immediate postoperative care, but patients remain at high risk for developing clots 5-10 days following surgery. Archway offers a simple program for mitigating that risk: take-home DVT devices for moderate to high-risk patients.
Archway has a program that accommodate either the ASC or clinical setting, ensuring all patients gain access to devices regardless of where surgery occurs. Our hybrid programs enable providers to capture revenue through targeted payor selection while supporting the entire patient population.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) functions serve to further mitigate risk while driving additional revenue back to the provider.
Archway offers in-house medication dispensing program options that enable your practice to capture revenue and offer patients convenient, on-site service.
Our Workmans’ Compensation/Personal Injury program offers both in-house dispensing and central fill/drop ship options to reduce staff burden. If you currently utilize another WC program, you can use our central fill option to gap-fill any non-formulary medications. The central fill model also works well within satellite locations that do not have adequate staff to support operations.
Our commercial pharmacy dispensing options include prior authorization and eligibility confirmation in real-time, software integration, and monthly usage and financial reports. The program serves to increase patient compliance and convenience while reducing carrier costs.
Bundled payment plans for TKA procedures incentivize providers to contain costs. The provider assumes risk, but shares in the savings if they keep costs below target prices. The problem: re-admissions or post-op complications significantly reduce profits under a bundled plan.
Archway’s solution: a pre-rehabilitation brace that prepares patients for surgery. The device strengthens the patient’s leg when they walk, accelerating recovery. Because these devices are issued prior to surgery, they fall outside of the post-operative bundled payment plan and can be billed separately: a win-win for providers and patients.
Falls among the elderly and other at-risk groups are common – and can be dangerous and costly. Archway offers providers a cloud-based platform that enables them to screen, assess, and intervene, helping identify at-risk patients.
This vital tool also assesses modifiable risk factors to effectively reduce accidents, deaths, and injuries for both your surgical and non-operative patient population. Assessments can be performed several times annually, depending on patient medical history, and the program is reimbursable for all payors.
The program also helps identity other practice ancillaries (PT and DME) that would complement the intervention pathway, further enhancing the revenue impact for a practice.
PT and other therapy practices frequently encounter significant obstacles to success: staffing headaches, compliance problems, financial underperformance. The solution: a comprehensive management program for PT/OT/ST practices.
The proven program, in place at dozens of practices, solves recruiting challenges, eliminates compliance headaches, handles billing and collections, and more. Choosing this partnership enables therapy practices to streamline operations and improve patient outcomes.
Practices commonly create templates for physician access within their EMR systems in an effort to expedite referrals to practice ancillary divisions. The problem: if the process is poorly designed, items may be omitted that could have impacted the patient’s outcome — and the practice’s bottom line.
Archway offers a program to standardize protocols and develop a templating process that achieves two key goals: ensuring the same standard of care for each patient and capturing revenue that all too often falls through the cracks.
Archway’s approach enables practices to avoid gaps in services and standardize protocols for each provider, ensuring timely access to devices and necessary therapy.
Practices that offer a regenerative-medicine product canopy provide patients with important treatment options. The downside: these services traditionally fall outside of covered benefits.
Many physicians see patients that present with chronic non-healing wounds, but typically refer these patients to wound care centers for treatment, as those services typically fall outside of the normal standard of care offered at the practice. However, Medicare covers allograft treatment services if conservative care fails, and these products are excellent options for wound closure and limb salvage.
With Archway, practices can expand capture rates by bringing these services in-house and generate significant revenue through the development of a comprehensive wound care program.
Many practices offer an internal DME ancillary division to generate revenue and offer on-site access for the convenience of patients. However, many insurance carriers deny or restrict coverage of these products. Practices could purchase and re-sell these devices, but the carrying costs and margins make that approach difficult to justify.
Now, doctors can partner with a retail website that customizes a product listing for each specialty provider, offering competitive pricing while re-directing revenue back to the practice. The patient accesses the website with a login specific to their provider and selects the recommended products. The practice receives payment and is invoiced for product sales, generating margins without the hassle or costs.