Conifer Health Solutions, a provider of tech-enabled revenue cycle and value-based care solutions, and Brookwood Baptist Health, a healthcare network in Central Alabama, have entered into a new multi-year, multi-facility service agreement.

As per the terms of the agreement and building on its current relationship with Brookwood Baptist Hospital, Conifer is now offering complete revenue cycle services to four additional hospitals within Brookwood Baptist Health.

The services now provided include patient access, eligibility enrollment services, and accounts receivable management.

Brookwood Baptist Health chief financial officer Charlie Tyson said: “Conifer has been a great partner in optimizing revenue cycle functions for Brookwood, and we are pleased to extend our relationship to now include the four remaining hospitals within Brookwood Baptist Healthp.

“As an organisation that specialises in revenue cycle management with a national presence, Conifer will enhance the revenue cycle operation at these facilities by supplementing our existing operations with their experience, knowledge, and innovative technology.”

Brookwood Baptist Health has five acute care hospitals with a total of more than 1,700 beds, 60 primary and specialty care clinics, approximately 1,500 affiliated physicians, and nearly 7,300 employees overall

Conifer claimed that its technology-enabled services offer improved outcomes in a cost-effective way, thereby enabling Brookwood Baptist Health to focus on other critical priorities.

Its comprehensive accounts receivable services and insights optimise processes, while its patient access and eligibility and enrollment services blend integrated automation tools with personal service to bolster efficiencies and patient experience.

Conifer president and CEO Roger Davis said: “We help our clients provide premier care throughout a patient’s entire healthcare journey. “We appreciate the trust Brookwood Baptist Health has placed in Conifer and look forward to continuing to build on our successful partnership.”