Health iPASS Revenue Cycle Insights

Deductible Resets Are Coming In January to Freeze Up Your Operating Income: Are You Prepared?

Posted by Allyson Howard on Nov 8, 2019 10:30:00 AM

As any home or vehicle owner knows, preparing for the big freeze ahead of the winter months can save you countless headaches and unexpected bills. For example, last year during the midwestern polar vortex I had a toilet pipe that went through my garage wall freeze due to poor insultation. Luckily, we were able to get it fixed before the pipe burst, to the tune of about $600. You can bet that we are more prepared this year with better insulation and a garage space heater. If you would spend the time to winterproof your major investments like homes and cars, then why not your medical practice?

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Topics: price transparency, card on file, deductible resets, Health iPASS features

2019 Health iPASS User Group Meeting Recap #UGM19

Posted by Melissa Hornberger on Aug 14, 2019 2:30:12 PM

Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together? We sure do! That’s why we are extra pumped that our Health iPASS First Inaugural User Group Meeting was such a rousing success! With nearly 50 attendees including current and prospective users, sponsors, and partners, the Crystal Room in the beautiful Palmer House Hilton was abuzz with activity as we heard feedback on the Health iPASS solution from our users and shared an array of exciting new features.

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Topics: The HealthiPASS Solution, card on file, 2019 Health iPASS User Group Meeting

Need a Strategy to Collect More Patient Payments? Download Our New Card-On-File Whitepaper!

Posted by Paul Prikazsky on Mar 11, 2019 12:41:46 PM

Think about all of the industries that require a deposit, payment, or a payment method on file before they will perform a paid service. Anytime you go to a hotel, or have work done to your home, or even order takeout, you either need to provide a payment method or turn over cash upon delivery. Not so with healthcare.  Once a patient leaves their provider’s office, there is only a 40% chance that they will pay their bill. In 30% of cases, nothing is ever paid at all. Is that any way to sustain a business?

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Topics: patient payment, Card on file whitepaper, card on file

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