Consider the lowly triangle. Perhaps it’s not so ordinary after all, but in fact the most important shape of all? Throughout human history, the number three is actually kind of a big deal. In art, in storytelling, even in architecture (I’m looking at you equilateral triangle!) things that come in threes are powerful, memorable, and more satisfying than things that come in twos, fours, or pretty much any other number. This sentiment is reflected in the Latin phrase “Omne Trium Perfectum” meaning everything that comes in threes is perfect. Talk about a ringing endorsement from the ancients.Read More
In the immortal words of Ferris Bueller of the perennial 80s favorite Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” And oh, how true those words are, especially these days where today’s big news is tomorrow’s forgotten Instagram post. If you picked up 80s Ferris and dropped him down in 2019, he would be in for a serious culture shock. Pop culture has been changing so quickly, it could make you dizzy. However, some things are slow to change and catch up the expectations of today. One industry that is notoriously change resistant? Healthcare.Read More
Psst—how would you like to make $100 for two minutes of your time? If that sounds good to you, sorry to say that you missed your chance—this time. If you follow Health iPASS on any of our social media channels, you might have seen our quiz entitled, “Are You a Patient Revenue Cycle Expert?” which tested participants on their knowledge of some surprising statistics behind collecting patient payments. Those who took the quiz were entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card, just in time for holiday shopping.Read More
2018 proved to be yet another challenging year for medical providers tackling the growing risk of collecting patient payments. The surge in high deductible health plans and the sharp rise in patient out-of-pocket expenses for the cost of care over the past 5 - 6 years is catching up with practices who have maintained patient revenue cycle status quo and not proactively implemented technological solutions that drive automation and streamline workflow to more effectively collect a larger percentage of what patients owe.
Join us tomorrow for a panel discussion webinar as we look back at some of the most important events of the past year that impacted the patient revenue cycle, discuss the current barriers that exist to guaranteeing patient payments, and forecast what may lie ahead in 2019 that could further impact the ability of medical providers to improve patient collections (*hint - it's not continuing to do business as usual).
We have assembled a smart panel of medical practice CEOs and are pleased to welcome the Executive Director of Illinois MGMA to share their insight, real world experience, and prognostications of what the future may hold. The webinar will be moderated by Health iPASS CEO Rajesh Voddiraju.
There are still spots open for tomorrow's panel discussion webinar on strategies to improve patient payments in healthcare, we encourage you to sign up and sit in to learn and ask questions. We will be recording the session and distributing it to anyone who signs up to attend. Please share with a friend or colleague who you feel could benefit!
We hope to see you tomorrow for the webinar!
Health iPASS is proud to announce that we have recently topped off our $7.2 million dollar Series A funding with an additional $3.0 million from QED Investors – the financial technology-focused venture capital fund led by Nigel Morris, co-founder of CapitalOne. This investment from QED Investors will allow Health iPASS to further our mission as we help medical practices optimize their patient revenue cycle and improve the patient experience from appointment to payment.Read More
We’re sorry you couldn’t join us back on September 27 for our webinar on the value of automating your patient revenue cycle to accelerate positive performance. The webinar was presented by Health iPASS Founder and CEO Rajesh Voddiraju and Kate Cullip, Business Office Director at Colorado Allergy & Asthma Centers.Read More