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Why PNC Healthcare?

Millions of patients. Hundreds of insurance plans. Rising healthcare costs. Inefficient claims remittance processes.

At PNC, we have taken a unique approach to helping healthcare providers and payers minimize administrative costs and maximize cash flow. 

By combining leading clearinghouse capabilities with premier treasury management services, and over 25 years experience working with healthcare payers and providers, PNC provides a full array of integrated solutions to improve the healthcare revenue cycle. We call it the PNC Healthcare Advantage. 

People, Process & Technology

PNC's healthcare experts understand patient billing, finance and technology - after all, we have worked with more than 1,900 healthcare organizations across the country, including payers (2,000 plus connections), providers, pharmacies, Medicare fiscal intermediaries and government agencies. We also provide implementation specialists and an online portal to help automate the revenue cycle and facilitate payer/provider relationships.

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PNC also offers extensive cash flow options and targeted banking tools and resources to help effectively manage your revenue cycle. To learn more about private practice solutions, visit

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Revenue Cycle Automation PNC Healthcare

Revenue Cycle Automation

You, as a Provider, are facing increasing financial challenges, and protecting revenue is critical. Revenue Cycle Automation solutions help to automate the work flow and the management of your revenue cycle workload. Using Revenue Cycle Automation, you can improve both front-end patient access management activities and back-end denial management processes by applying real-time business rules to the data.



Access Guardian

Access Guardian PNC Healthcare

Access Guardian can help you reduce denied claims and the associated rework.

Patient Estimator

Patient Estimator PNC Healthcare

Patient Estimator allows your staff to give patients written estimates of their expected out-of-pocket responsibility.

Denial Challenger

Denial Challenger PNC Healthcare

Denial Challenger provides a rules-based workflow platform that helps you automate follow-up on active receivables and claim denials.


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PNC Healthcare Matters Newsletter

Spring 2017

A new way to evaluate liability portfolio risk  
When it comes to managing liability portfolios in the healthcare industry, standard practice consists of evaluating finance alternatives based upon a comparison of cost of capital followed by an assessment of the risk of each product alternative. Developed by PNC’s Capital Markets group, a new process starts with assessing risk in your healthcare system’s existing liability portfolio. 

Seven trends that will drive the year in healthcare
Many healthcare systems have experienced weakness in financial performance that requires them to examine their current strategies, the adequacy of their information systems and the revenue and cost assumptions under which they were operating. This article shows how successful organizations are addressing these issues.

Benchmarking cash posting automation  
PNC’s 2016 survey of Healthcare Client Advisory Board members tracks trends in cash posting and associated cost reduction potential. Survey results can help you benchmark your own processes and point the way toward improvement.

Mitigating pension risks in a volatile environment  
Pension plan sponsors are faced with a volatile political landscape that presents significant opportunities and risks. The uncertainty facing the Affordable Care Act is just one of the issues that sponsors will face in 2017 and beyond. Do you have a legacy defined benefit plan, or are you looking at a potential merger where your liability needs to be considered?

Important Legal Disclosures & Information

  1. U.S. Healthcare Efficiency Index (2013, revised May 2014), p. 18.

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