By Rebecca Patrick, VP of PR and Communications for Indiana Chamber of Commerce
The last year-plus hasn’t been easy for anyone. But through it all, a sense of pride has emerged.
It’s not only in how we have collectively pulled together but for the innovative and dedicated employees and companies located right here in Indiana. First, I was the manufacturing of personal protective equipment and other safety products. Now (and then), it is the big “shot in the arm” from the all-important medical interventions.
For one, Eli Lilly and Company’s Bamlanivimab antibody therapeutic medicine has stopped the progression of COVID-19 around the globe.
There are numerous others. The three examples below run the gamut of responsibility – from testing and trials to vaccine registration and the life-saving immunizations themselves.
… Taking the medical encounters people have and turning them into cash for physicians across the country is the core business of Carmel-based Zotec Partners.”
“We are in that revenue cycle space – from the acquisition of the client or the schedule of demographic information and the insurance information that w have to file to then what the physician did for that particular patient,” explains founder and CEO Scott Law.
“We then bill the insurance and manage all the co-pay and collection of the money for the physician client.”
Early on in the pandemic, Zotec was having internal discussions about how what the company does could play a role.
“Was there a machine learning or artificial intelligence kind of program that we could write to kind of predict where the hotspots were? Or when patients had a chest x-ray, for example, if there was some way for us to (at the same time) pick up the signal of the COVID virus,” Law recounts.
Read the full article on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s bizvoicemagazine.com.