Active Financial Archive with A/R Rundown

Archive legacy financial data in an active financial archive solution.  

When replacing financial applications, you should not have to keep expensive legacy applications running to support Release of Information Requests (ROI), billing workflows, and A/R rundown.

LKArchive’s Financial Data Module allows you to unplug legacy billing applications for good while sustaining cash flow. Continue to post payments, submit claims, add notes, and manage interfaces in one easy-to-use, centralized dashboard.

Activity Driven by User Workflows

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    Enterprise Reporting
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    HIM Teams
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    Cash Posting
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    Follow-up groups
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    Financial Audits
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    Claim Appeals
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    Integration with secondary bad debt businesses
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    Customer Service
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Visualize the Current A/R Balance across your Enterprise

Analyze summary dashboards and export full reports.

  • 30+ comprehensive standard reports as well as customizable reports.
  • Ad hoc reporting functionalities.
Enterprise Reporting
LKArchive Financial dashboard

Patient-Level Account Details

  • Post payments and adjustments
  • Patient-Level account details
  • Send balances to collections
  • Follow up with patients and insurance
  • Scan documents to patient accounts
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An Extensive, Robust Patient Accounting Archive


Denials Management
  • Denials-based work queues for transfer balances, appeals, denials, and patient payments
  • Individual batch processing
Direct Data Entry (DDE)
  • Edit data in the UB-40 or CMS 1500
  • Create 837s and batch files
  • Resubmit claims


  • General Ledger
  • Statement Vendors
  • Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Systems
  • 3rd Party Agencies
  • Clearing Houses (837/835)

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