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About Passport Health Communications

Passport Health Communications is a provider of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) services which enable healthcare providers to reduce administrative costs by providing real-time connectivity to payers' patient data. Passport's products and services are used by hospitals, physician practices and other healthcare providers in all 50 states. The company delivers a range of administrative, clinical and financial tools via real-time, batch and integrated technology to improve the efficiency and accuracy of the revenue cycle process. Specific services include insurance eligibility and benefit verification services, medical necessity validation, pre-certification database services, electronic claims status, and claims management services.

Passport Health Communications Headquarter Location

720 Cool Springs Boulevard Suite 200

Franklin, Tennessee, 37067,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Passport Health Communications

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Passport Health Communications Patents

Passport Health Communications has filed 29 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Remote desktop
  • Software testing
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Health economics, Data management, Health insurance, Mineralogy, Content management systems


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Health economics, Data management, Health insurance, Mineralogy, Content management systems



Latest Passport Health Communications News

Experian Acquires Passport Health Communications for $850 Million | HISTalk

Nov 6, 2013

November 6, 2013 News 1 Comment Global information services company Experian announced this morning that it will acquire Franklin, TN-based Passport Health Communications for $850 million in cash. Experian CEO Don Robert said of the acquisition, “Since entering the US healthcare payments market five years ago, we have steadily expanded our position through both organic investment and acquisition, and our business is growing strongly. We are now taking the next step and the acquisition of Passport Health will make us a clear leader in this high growth and attractive market. With our newly combined product range, we will offer our clients in the US healthcare industry a competitive one-stop-shop to manage risk and to satisfy their payments requirements. We are excited about the growth opportunities created by this combination and we greatly look forward to welcoming our new Passport Health colleagues to Experian once the transaction completes.” Passport, founded in 1996, operates five divisions: Passport (orders, scheduling, verification, patient payments); HealthWorks (physician order screening for compliance); Nebo Systems (claims management); Stat Technologies (scheduling, surgery and bed management); and Data Systems Group (claims and payment processing). It summarizes its mission as “Patient access and payment certainty.” The company’s annual revenue was reported as $121 million. Passport CEO Scott MacKenzie joined the company in April 2009 after serving as president of RelayHealth Pharmacy Solutions and holding several positions with Cerner. I interviewed him in November 2011.

  • When was Passport Health Communications founded?

    Passport Health Communications was founded in 1996.

  • Where is Passport Health Communications's headquarters?

    Passport Health Communications's headquarters is located at 720 Cool Springs Boulevard, Franklin.

  • What is Passport Health Communications's latest funding round?

    Passport Health Communications's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Passport Health Communications raise?

    Passport Health Communications raised a total of $14.03M.

  • Who are the investors of Passport Health Communications?

    Investors of Passport Health Communications include Experian, Primus Capital, Spectrum Equity, Great Hill Partners, Goldman Sachs and 12 more.

  • Who are Passport Health Communications's competitors?

    Competitors of Passport Health Communications include ZirMed and 2 more.

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