James A. Schlueter
Why Choose EHS?
They say it takes 10,000 hours to master one's craft. EHS's founder and CEO has done that a few times over.
In 1988, EHS's founder left his healthcare administration career and launched his first company serving workers' comp claims groups. In 2009, he set the course for EHS to be 100% focused on technology solutions to improve business processes and maximize human performance in the industry. We have been tested and proven by all levels of claims organizations in their efforts to mend their broken processes.
Check out some of the impacts we've delivered to our clients. Then, listen below to a client discuss his relationship with EHS.
Our founder/CEO started consulting in WC in 1998; 34 years experience.
Medical requests processed since 2009
MedAuth requests received automatic compensabiiity review eliminating need for adjuster review
Automated integration of med auth/UR decisions/3rd party referrals with bill review
Compliance with regulatory & business rules via tech solutions
Reduction in referrals requiring manual bill validation
Reduction in claim to claim medical costs over 8 years
Reduction in average request processing time
Near real time delivery of key med-auth performance metrics
Near real time delivery of 3rd party referrals
Penetration rate with preferred 3rd party vendor partners
Reduction reduction in adjuster time spent processing 3rd party referrals
Reduction in time spend producing audit trails
Reduction of professional time spend producing performance reports
Reduction in time tracking and bill/invoice production
Reduction of med-auth intake processing time
Reduction of time for Adjuster's med-auth compenseability review
Reduction in average nurse review of med-auth requests
Reduction in staff time for med-auth letter generation
Reduction in bills requiring adjuster review
Before launching any process improvement initiative, we conduct a current state analysis. This includes a frank discussion with the Executive Team to determine their objectives and the frontline staff to determine how work is being done at the organization and where it breaks down.