As the share of out-of-pocket expenses continues to rise parallel to the surge of consumer-directed health plans (CDHP), it becomes harder for healthcare practice managers to maintain accurate and timely patient payment collection methods. Keep in mind that physician and ambulatory care patient payments now total over $200 billion a year and continue to soar as a larger percentage of total revenue. Adopting a modern revenue cycle solution that improves patient payment technology and virtually guarantees payment is now mission critical.Read More
Wikipedia defines the term "bootstrapping" as:
"...starting a business without external help or capital."
Our Founder and CEO Rajesh Voddiraju is the perfect model for bootstrapping having started HealthiPASS with his own capital as a direct response to his own personal experience with the often confusing and complicated healthcare patient billing process. Over three years later and following a second round of funding, HealthiPASS has evolved into a revenue cycle efficiency trailblazer that is fundamentally changing patient revenue collection in healthcare with an intuitive, transparent, patient-centric solution that virtually guarantees payment.
Rajesh was invited by the online investment network tastytrade to speak about the mission and vision of HealthiPASS to help healthcare providers prevent denied claims, increase patient revenue collection, and promote cost transparency. Listen to the full interview below:Read More
Topics: The HealthiPASS Solution
CHICAGO – December 6, 2017 – HealthiPASS, a patient check-in and payment technology provider that helps patients and providers combat the new healthcare reality of higher patient out of pocket expenses, announced it has raised a $7.2 million Series A funding round, led by FCA Venture Partners, with participation from venture firms from the Bay Area to Boston including: OCA Ventures, Healthy Ventures, HealthX Ventures, Waterline Ventures and a small group of strategic investors. The funds will be used to further innovate and expand the patient payments platform and sell into ambulatory healthcare settings across the country.Read More
While the demand for healthcare services continues to rise with the aging of the Baby Boomer generation, the increased demand also comes with greater complexity. There are many challenges and obstacles preventing modern medical practices from maximizing their revenue potential.Read More
Topics: Revenue Cycle Management
Despite some uncertainty in the last few years, it’s still a great time to be in the healthcare business. Between 2016 and 2025, CMS projects over 5% growth in health spending; by 2025, this will represent nearly 1/5th of the U.S. GDP. Though changes to healthcare laws in the last few years have made things difficult for some, many hospitals and practices are still seeing good revenue.Read More
It’s no secret that collecting on outstanding medical debt can be challenging, especially after the procedure is complete. Nine out of every 10 physician practices believe they should collect a patient’s financial responsibility before they leave the office or hospital.Read More
It’s wise for any business to focus on the core tasks they do well and outsource everything else. This is especially true in an industry like healthcare, where a practice’s primary function – improving patients’ lives with diagnoses and treatment – is extremely important.Read More
According to Becker’s Hospital Review, medical payments in the U.S. are a $3.3 trillion market. Advancements in payment collection technology help providers reduce the frequency of underpayment, whether they are collecting from patients or insurance companies.Read More
Medical practices in Utah must adhere to the new Healthcare Debt Collections Amendment (HB128), requiring healthcare providers not to send any unpaid patient bills to collections or report them to a credit bureau without following a new notification requirement.Read More
Unfortunately, patient debt equates to reduced revenue with high risk of non-recovery, so it's wise to help patients avoid accumulating medical debt. Most patients want to compensate their healthcare providers, but many find it increasingly difficult in these days of high deductible, high co-pay plans that already come with substantially higher price tags. In a 2011 report published by the medical financial consultancy, Deloitte, it was noted that, "Health Reform endeavors to increase the number of Americans who have health insurance. While this is great, what is concerning is the increase in bad debt from patients with insurance. In fact, the bad debt attributable to insured patients is steadily increasing over the past 3 years." These last six years have proven that this trend shows no sign of abatement.Read More