About Us

ABILITY® Network is a leading healthcare information technology company helping providers and payers simplify the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare through innovative applications and data analytics. ABILITY is headquartered in Minneapolis with principal offices in Boston and Tampa.

Security you can trust

ABILITY has consistently met the highest standards of support and security for protected healthcare information. We are fully accredited by the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC); certified by the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) via their CORE program; and approved by CMS as a Network Service Vendor and a Health Information Handler (HIH).

Latest News

  • ABILITY News

    ABILITY Network named to first-ever Forbes “Cloud 100” 

    ABILITY Network has been named to the first-ever Forbes Cloud 100 for 2016, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, developed in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners. ABILITY, which is ranked #46, is the highest ranked of only five healthcare companies named to the list. . . . Read more

    ABILITY Network acquires eHealth Data Solutions

    ABILITY Network announced it has acquired eHealth Data Solutions (eHDS) LLC, a company offering cloud-based applications and analytics that help providers improve quality of care while enhancing reimbursement, compliance, and risk management.  With this transaction, ABILITY adds capabilities in clinical performance services for long-term care providers. . . . Read more

  • Healthcare News

    Claims management in a new era of CMS scrutiny

    Medicare payment policy is evolving from the cost- and charge-reimbursement approach to value-based payment. Manisha Sharma, senior product manager at ABILITY, recently talked about the industry trends affecting healthcare billers and executives, and how better analytics can help organizations stay on top of their revenue streams. See our blog post.

    With a new year, providers and patients must get coverage organized

    The new year will mean many changes in patients’ insurance coverage, requiring attention to detail and careful organization from both patients AND providers. Along with the traditional challenges that go with annual open enrollment, 2016 will bring some unique challenges related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). See our blog post.

    Coverage lapses are common for buyers on insurance exchanges

    If this year’s cohort of buyers is like last year’s, a significant portion of patients who purchased health insurance from state or federal exchanges may lose or drop their coverage before the end of 2016. Data continues to show the importance of thorough communication and financial counseling with this at-risk group. Read more . . .

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