Healthcare Concept2017-08-04T21:55:31+00:00

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Industry Research

Hospitals around the country are finding that patient-friendly billing drives up revenue and reduces costs.

Consumers want clear, consolidated statements.

HFMA | January 27, 2016 – “When INTEGRIS Health, an 8-hospital system in Oklahoma, convened consumer focus groups to identify how patients’ experiences with the health system could be improved, the answer was clear: Consumers wanted statements that are easier to understand and that consolidate hospital and physician charges.” Download HFMA Report.

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Intelligent billing practices can increase collections and lower costs.

HFMA | September 17, 2015 – “Increasing patient responsibility necessitates the seamless integration of patient access, claim processing, collections, and remittance to enable providers to proactively collect patient payment.” Download HFMA Report.

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Focusing on e-commerce gets patients paying online.

HFMA | July 22, 2015 – “In 2014, ValleyCare Health System in Livermore, California, introduced e- commerce options for patient payments. In just four months, the percentage of patients paying their bills online increased sharply… Online total payment volume increased by 47 percent within eight months of the e-commerce launch. In addition, paper and postage expenses decreased as patients opted to forego paper statements.”

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