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Kinnser Announces New Billing and Revenue Management Tools

Bringing simplicity, transparency, and financial clarity to agencies large and small, the new tools within Kinnser Agency Manager™ have been completely re- invented and redesigned with detailed input from CPAs, industry experts, and customers over a thirteen-month development period.

The most extensive enhancement in Kinnser Agency Manager’s history includes accrual accounting, hard close, drill down reporting, and a unified workflow for all claim types.

AUSTIN, TEXAS - Kinnser Software, Inc., creator of the most widely used software for home health agencies and hospices, announces all new billing and revenue management tools within its flagship product, Kinnser Agency Manager™. Bringing simplicity, transparency, and financial clarity to agencies large and small, the new tools within Kinnser Agency Manager™ have been completely re- invented and redesigned with detailed input from CPAs, industry experts, and customers over a thirteen-month development period.

Announced in advance of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice Financial Management Conference, Kinnser’s new financial tools provide a unified workflow for all types of claims, prior period adjustments, and reliable, accurate accounts receivable. “Home health agencies continue to face fiscal pressures that demand payer diversity and greater control over the billing and financial management operations that impact revenue and claim to cash cycles, says M. Aaron Little, CPA and Managing Director at BKD, LLP. “This market dynamic drives the need for smart and flexible software solutions designed to streamline how multiple payers are managed and how claims are billed, revenue is recognized and cash is collected.”

Kinnser Agency Manager™ customers will gain access to the new tools in phases beginning the week of July 17, 2014. Oakwood Home Care Services of Michigan provided feedback on these capabilities as part of an extensive customer input process. “As a large, hospital affiliated home health business, Oakwood requires a comprehensive back-office solution to meet its billing and financial management needs,” says Executive Director Marvin Al-Khafaji. “We are excited to be among the first agencies to take delivery of Kinnser’s new revenue management and billing tools. These tools will bring the power and flexibility needed to support Oakwood’s billing and financial management operations, including key capabilities like handling multiple claim types and fully supporting accrual accounting.”

Ginger Voss, Chief Operating Officer of consulting and outsourcing firm Transpirus says, “Kinnser’s new billing and revenue platform supports a diverse payer mix and provides critical billing and revenue management capabilities that Transpirus, as an outsourced revenue cycle management company, uses for our customers every day. These new capabilities were not previously available from Kinnser and will bring great efficiencies and expedite the billing and collections process. These upgrades are a nice complement to Kinnser’s existing easy-to-use platform.”

Entering its second decade as the national home health software leader, Kinnser Software serves over 1,800 home health agencies and hospices that cared for more than 550,000 unique patients last year. Kinnser Software was founded in 2003. Today, its web-based software solutions are transforming the delivery of post-acute healthcare nationwide, saving millions of dollars a year as the baby boomer generation ages and the home health market grows.

About Kinnser software

Kinnser Software, Inc. provides web-based solutions that deliver clinical and business results to the home health, hospice and private duty industries. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, Kinnser Software serves more than 4,000 home health, therapy, hospice, and private duty home care providers nationwide. Kinnser helps thousands of clinicians and other staff in post-acute healthcare to manage scheduling, billing, electronic visit verification, day-to-day operations, and patient referrals. 

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