The National Radiology Network (TNRN) is your single point of contact for access to hundreds of diagnostic imaging centers across the United States. We offer a full range of radiology and administrative services to group health, workers’ compensation and PIP organizations.  By specializing exclusively in radiology, TNRN uses its experience to maintain a robust and rapidly growing network, and provide cost savings to you, while ensuring that your members have access to a consistently high-quality network of radiology providers. 

SERVICES OFFERED

Network Development – you can use an existing network, build a custom network, or both based on individual market need.

Provider Credentialing – TNRN carefully assesses each candidate facility by evaluating the services and equipment available as well as ensuring they have appropriate liability insurance/accreditations and are in compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations.  TNRN also works closely with you to ensure that all providers in a given network meet or exceed the credentialing standards that exist within your own organization.

Flexible Pricing Strategies – From case rates to discounted fee-for-service to percent-of-savings pricing models, TNRN will work closely with you to determine the pricing strategy that allows you to achieve your organizational goals.

Network Management – TNRN maintains provider contracts, handles provider issues, maintains provider databases and incorporates new providers into the network as necessary.

Claims Management – TNRN edits all provider claims for accuracy and then promptly submits either electronic or paper claims to the appropriate point.  TNRN has the systems and capabilities to structure claims flow in a variety of forms and methods.  Whether you need gross or net billing, individual claims, consolidated encounter data or batched claims data, TNRN can meet your needs.  TNRN strives to minimize claims administrative costs by ensuring “clean claims” the first time, every time.

Utilization Reporting – TNRN’s sophisticated information systems capture every aspect of service utilization including cost, volume and encounter data and can customize that data in any way-- on either a global or regional basis-- as it relates to each individual customer’s needs.