Health iPASS Insights

Learn the Secrets of Financially Healthy Practices at The MGMA Financial Conference Booth #403

Posted by Allyson Howard on Feb 25, 2020 12:10:54 PM

How’s everyone doing out there? It’s been a rough cold and flu season this year. I’ve been doing everything I can to keep myself and my family as healthy as possible.  Eating healthy, getting enough rest, washing hands, taking vitamin C supplements, using all the Lysol-- it has been a job onto itself. Still, I'm jumping at every cough and constantly taking temperatures, just in case. Catching a health crisis in the early stages is crucial to decreasing the severity and duration. What if there was a way to monitor the financial health of your medical practice and a set of tools and strategies to get it back on track when it’s a little “under the weather”?

Read More

Topics: Conference Announcements & Recaps, patient revenue cycle, Quickforms, MGMA The Financial Conference 2020, practice financial health

Health iPASS Patient Pre-Check Introduces Quickforms!

Posted by Allyson Howard on Jan 13, 2020 11:02:20 AM


One of my least favorite parts of a standard doctor’s office visit is having to arrive 15-20 minutes early just to fill out forms. This happens pretty frequently since I have three kids who have the usual number of childhood injuries and ailments that require seeing a specialist. Just imagine lugging a five-year-old, a toddler, and an infant to the pediatric ENT to address chronic ear infections, then having to manage them as you attempt to fill out 5-7 pages of paperwork. By the time you see the physician, you are frustrated and not a little bit angry, not to mention nursing a developing case of carpal tunnel syndrome from all that writing. Now that there is an app for just about everything, patients are likely to be even more annoyed by manually filling out piles of forms.


Read More

Topics: patient intake, Quickforms, pre-arrival, Health iPASS Patient Pre-Check

Posts by Topic

see all

Subscribe to Updates

New Call-to-action

Recent Posts