Provider Network Management Software

Healthcare provider network management includes expanding a payer’s network of providers and improving the efficiency of its operations within the network. Software for healthcare network management aggregates all the operational data from the provider organizations of a network and generates insights that the payers can leverage. This software application is a central repository of information about health plans, treatments, reimbursements, and medications. Based on insights garnered from this data, it is easier for payers to optimize the network and serve patients and providers better.   

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There is increased pressure on health plans to improve the efficiency of provider network management and seamless provider contracting to lower the care costs and make healthcare more accessible. Custom-made provider network management helps in measuring and improving the provider’s performance and redefining networking procedures to focus the value of their healthcare service.

OSP’ custom provider network management software strives to eliminate redundant and manual provider data management, medical credentialing services, provider contracting and profiling systems through highly advanced provider network management automation. We tailor provider network management software solutions to enable an in-depth analysis to monitor provider performance against set benchmarks with real-time alerts to notify the major changes in provider performance. Our automated provider network management solutions are customized to perform an in-depth analysis of existing networks and assisting in the creation. To enable new and multi-tiered pricing structures with aligning contracts, fee schedules and data, team OSP can engineer advanced provider management solutions on payer demands.

With multiple users connected to the provider network system, workflow management becomes highly essential to reap the benefits of qualitative provider network management. Advanced network software solutions are built on leading enterprise platforms that enable organizations to manage multi-departmental process workflows and complex provider data structures in diverse settings.

We customize medical network management as per the payer settings with built-in Smart Business Rules, provider document checklists, Intelligent case routing, pre-defined state-based Rules, and many other capabilities. Intelligent workflow management significantly improves operational efficiencies for provider and network management organizations. With lean and six-sigma-based provider data management software helps to eliminate repetitive processes resulting in reduced FTE requirements and significant savings on operations costs.

Automated provider data management is one of the most essential components in provider network management. An integrated provider data platform helps to streamline the key functions of a provider profile lifecycle by configuring seamless process workflows, SLA tracking, and intuitive dashboards. Our healthcare provider network management strives to enhance the accuracy of the provider’s data and eliminate data redundancy through cloud-based data management solutions.

Health plans struggle to keep their provider data updated and accurate to offer their members an optimal care experience. Our healthcare provider network management system is customized to provide you multiple benefits by building a single source of provider’s data. We ensure expedited provider onboarding, proper credentialing, network management innovation, optimized cost of operations, simplified HIPAA compliance and many more.

Coordination plays a vital role in developing quality provider network development and management; especially in the credentialing and contracting process with the need to quickly evolve the provider networks. To provide the top-notch provider data management system, we focus on optimizing the process workflows of recruiting, credentialing, and contracting through the customized enterprise-based provider network platform.

Our team can program medical network management software solutions for diverse Healthcare-specific data models and workflows for diverse health plans to efficiently operate complex provider touchpoints and relationships. Our custom-made provider management software help aligns complex provider data hierarchies and relationships by helping providers to offer quick and quality services. Our tailored provider network management help reduce onboarding time through streamlined recruiting, Healthcare credentialing and contracting processes.

Complex regulatory compliance needs, modern care delivery models and complicated provider network needs an automated provider data management with advanced provider contracting solutions. Financial penalties, non-compliance, and lack of coordination in the provider network impact the quality of member care. To ensure care transparency and uninterrupted care delivery to the members, a good quality provider contract management is needed.
OSP’ can customize provider data management software includes provider contract management with a centralized contract management system with the fast-tracking process. We help you automate and control contract creation as per the business needs. With relevant templates for contract initiation, contract negotiation, reviewing & approval, achieving contracts can be easily handled.

We help payer companies with highly regulated and role-based access to Medical credentialing documents in an organized way. With our provider network management software solutions, you can retrieve provider data and documents from CAQH & other credentialing systems. OSP can customize provider credentialing as per your needs to simplify capturing and storing provider contract documents such as provider agreements, current insurance & license proofs.
Credentialing makes it easy to collect, store, monitor and organize credentialing data by year to month and the present in easy-to-access tabs. The solution can be tailored to automatically generate notifications when documents are outdated or missing to request the necessary information. The tasks of managing expiration dates, practice locations, and auditing materials to verify current documentation are solved through automated credentialing.


Managing a network of providers is no small feat, and it gets more complex as the network grows. But using a provider network management healthcare platform that OSP can build will help consolidate all the data surrounding providers’ treatments, prescriptions, tests, scans, claims, reimbursements, and patient health information into one interface. This makes the platform a powerful tool for business intelligence and aids in strategic decision-making, which leads to greater efficiency and productivity.

A large part of the operations surrounding provider management in healthcare involve manual, repetitive tasks for activities like provider contracting, provider credentialing, data analytics, onboarding, notifications, and so on. OSP can design solutions for healthcare network management to automate many of the activities mentioned above, resulting in a significant acceleration of workflows and a sharp reduction in errors. This will invariably go on to reduce overheads and also improve revenues in the long run.

One of the most important aspects of managing a provider network is ensuring that health plan members have a hassle-free clinical experience. OSP can develop provider network management software to help payers to optimize operations and gather insights from them. This enables them to make informed health plans, providers, and coverage decisions. Subsequently, using our provider management solutions indirectly results in better hospitals and clinics serving plan members.

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Automation of Provider Data Management

  • Develop integrated provider data platform to automate workflows
  • Leverage automation technology to capture highly accurate data
  • Utilize provider data to fuel network operations
  • Enable staff to make decisions for growth
  • Secure access to provider data with fully compliant regulatory standards 

Optimized Providers Monitoring Services 

  • Planning and implementing a quality provider network
  • Customize services based on a providers network platform
  • Leverage consistent monitoring of primary sources of provider network
  • Custom-built provider management solutions maintain hierarchies and relationships
  • Increase efficiency of provider management workflows and operations

Provider Network Management Reporting

  • Customize APIs to create a centralized hub for all data 
  • Create intuitive dashboards for data visualization 
  • Automate authorization and eligibility processes
  • Facilitate the use of actionable information collected from data
  • Analyze points and boost decision-making    

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Frequently Asked Questions

Every payer maintains a list of healthcare providers with a contract. Individual providers, such as physicians and advanced practice professionals, as well as organizations, such as hospitals and health systems, fall under the provider network in healthcare. These medical provider networks are made up of these listings of contracted providers. Providers in a payer’s network are referred to as “in-network”, while those are not referred to as “out-of-network”. Insurers frequently have separate provider networks for various health plans.  

Healthcare provider network management follows various strategies. It includes- enabling an automated enrollment and credentialing experience through a provider portal with automated workflows to acquire structured data. Further, developing a case for credentialing teams to track and handle applications. Then, that would set up automatic reminders for contract renewals and fee schedule changes. Also, integrating with external systems to automate the verification of board certifications, accreditations, medical licensure, and other data. Also, internal business rules and workflow engines can be used to review and auto-approve applications. Using a document management system built into the PNM platform to standardize the contracting process with contract templates that contain approved terms, red line tracking, version control, and follow-up phases. Other strategies include: 

  • Digitizing fee schedules. 
  • Choosing a high-end PNM platform with exceptional capabilities. 
  • Implementing functionality that maintains provider data’s accuracy.   

Provider network management systems collect data across healthcare environments to improve operational efficiencies. These data management systems can give a centralized location for information on fee schedules, health plans, regulatory compliance, processes, and other data within a healthcare company. Many of the daily tasks that healthcare payers must deal with are automated by provider network management software, saving time and money over old manual operations. Care plans, lab findings, authorizations, and medical bills can all be consolidated using provider network management systems. Further, these systems can also be configured to offer secure access from the patient’s side, allowing consumers to stay on top of their healthcare plans.  

Rather than spending hours in repetitive operations, provider network management software can run various processes automatically, such as provider contracting and data analysis. This also helps to decrease payroll expenditures, as well as costs associated with contracting. Furthermore, healthcare providers benefit from having a single point of contact for all data and analytics. Instead of seeking via several systems, healthcare payers may easily discover what they need. Healthcare firms can also better understand their company structure by using automated data collection and analytics, such as which processes should be improved or which marketing plan is producing the greatest results. These are some typical benefits of healthcare network management.

Since government laws are continually changing, managing a provider network can be time-consuming and repetitive. Despite their complicated user interfaces and security flaws, many health plans rely on legacy systems. Establishing new software is too expensive and prevents health plans from switching. Another reason is that health plans are hesitant to adopt new workflows, which is unavoidable when implementing software solutions based on cutting-edge technology. Besides, health plans’ inefficient data management is due to decentralized data storage on several platforms, each with its design. 

On the other hand, healthcare providers also need more time and administrative capacity to keep their systems up to date, both technologically and in terms of data. Negotiating provider contracts is one healthcare industry area where access to the appropriate data will help. Contract negotiations are difficult for health plans because they must deal with fragmented and incomplete provider data. These are the most common challenges of provider network management. 

Provider Network Management can help health plans build strong relationships with their network providers, adapt to the changing healthcare landscape, manage costs, meet regulatory requirements, ensure adequate provider coverage for their members, and keep provider directories accurate and current. Prioritizing healthcare provider management allows health plans to provide high-quality, cost-effective treatment while improving health outcomes and decreasing waste in the healthcare system

Healthcare network management, also known as provider management, enables payer companies to effectively manage the network of care providers to ensure accurate claims processing and optimum financial outcomes. Typically, a healthcare network includes doctors, hospitals, and several other caregivers, who are a part of health plans. Besides that, healthcare network management has a couple of tasks: database management, credentialing, contracting, pricing maintenance, configuration, and so on

Doctors and other healthcare workers can benefit from networking in various ways. They may be able to acquire help with daily chores like collecting patient data and samples, measuring their blood insulin or blood pressure levels, advising them on nutritional and lifestyle choices, and so on. A large and diversified network has numerous advantages. To name a few, it includes stronger business associations, uplifting profiles and advancements in career, fresh perspectives and ideas, better access to jobs, building and fostering a good reputation, and so on.   

ISO defines five important areas that IT companies must address in their network management strategies. These operational areas are known as FCAPS. That means the five types of network management are fault management, configuration management, accounting management, performance management, and security management.  

The 5 key network management components are endpoint connectivity, logging systems, network automation, server connectivity, and switch management. The network infrastructure’s principal function is to connect enterprise endpoints. On-premises workstations, kiosks, and conference room systems are examples of this. A distributed landscape could also connect remote staff members and multiple branch corporations. Next, logging systems are an important component of network management because they assist in monitoring network performance against industry standard KPIs and keep detailed records. Then comes network automation, which decreases the manual labor required for each of the five categories of network administration. It can assist in auto-healing common difficulties based on a predefined protocol for network fault management. The server connectivity component of network management oversees non-end-user device connectivity. Finally, the fifth component, network switches, are physical devices that connect endpoint devices to the principal company network while enforcing IT protocols. 

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