LOS ANGELES, June 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- pVerify
launches highly scalable, disaster-resistant IT infrastructure for
eligibility in collaboration with Onix. "With this
enhancement, pVerify joins the ranks of the most robust
clearinghouses out there, providing fault tolerance, ability to
handle over 100 million transactions a month, and smooth recovery
in case of data center outage," said Robert
Dejournett, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, pVerify.
"Customers are used to pVerify's excellent robustness, and this
enhancement puts us at 'five 9s' in terms of uptime
In 2017, pVerify successfully migrated to Google Cloud platform
(GCP) to meet the evolving customer demands of over 10 million
transactions a month. In 2019, pVerify teamed up with Onix to
provide guidance for the new scaling and clustering project that
required DR hardening and auto-scaling. These changes handle
massive scaling and protection from system failure. The
improvements have been seamless and transparent to the users, with
less than 8 hours of downtime in all of last year.
pVerify can now scale up instantly according to demand. For
example, if a new client wants to start running 1 million
transactions tomorrow, the new environment can handle it without
the DevOps team having to do any additional work. If there is a
data center outage, a new virtual machine will spin up in a
different data center. Separation of the web servers and database
servers provides scaling independent of demand with an additional
layer of resilience.
"pVerify's continued investment in enhancing scalability,
reliability and security of its cloud-based technology
infrastructure further consolidates its leadership position in the
niche market of real-time/batch Patient Eligibility Verification.
Addition of marquee customers like Medtronics, DJO and Ephraim
McDowell is a testament to our robust human-enabled AI solution,"
added Jay Nitturkar, CEO of pVerify.
pVerify's HIPAA Complaint, SaaS offering includes robust set of
REST APIs, fully-customizable Eligibility Portal and Mobile SDKs
that power mission-critical, front-end eligibility process
solutions for leading software companies as well as ambulatory
practices in the healthcare sector. In January 2020, pVerify released MBI (Medicare
Beneficiary Identifier) lookup tool including batch process and
API. pVerify is also the leader in DME (Durable Medical Equipment)
eligibility space and dominant in physical therapy, dermatology,
and ophthalmology spaces.
pVerify® was founded in 2006 by a team of accomplished
Healthcare Professionals with a singular focus: streamline the
front-end patient insurance eligibility and benefit verification
processes to not only improve patient collections but also reduce
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