Are you like me with all kinds of items languishing on your Amazon wish list, or even in your cart, just waiting for you to have the cash to buy them? Do you also possess an encyclopedic knowledge of state and federal regulations that affect your patient revenue cycle and have just been yearning for a chance to put your knowledge to the test?Read More
Earlier in the month of December, Rajesh moderated our most recent Health iPASS webinar, a panel discussion centered on strategies to help medical providers collecct more patient payments in 2019. Rajesh presided over an impressive panel of healthcare experts that included John Hornberger, CEO of Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County, Eric Brodsky, Principal at Epoxy and Executive Director of Illinois MGMA, and Joe Clark, CEO of Sierra Pacific Orthopedics. Rajesh moderated the discussion on the future of healthcare and how the “status quo” of paper statements and lack of technology use is a thing of the past. If you missed that webinar, a recording of it is available here.
This week is yet another opportunity to hear Rajesh and learn from his great insights on the future of the patient revenue cycle in healthcare. Tomorrow, January 22nd from 12-1 pm central time, Rajesh will be participating in the Association of Dermatology Administrators and Managers (ADAM) webinar entitled “ Preparing for 2019 and Beyond: Revenue Cycle Regulatory Legislation on the Horizon” will outline and discuss pending legislative framework changes on the horizon that could negatively affect revenue cycles and how providers can manage these changes and abandon the status quo.
With the rise of high deductible health plans (HDHPs), patient as a payer is becoming the new norm. Patients are demanding price transparency so they can clearly understand both before and at the point-of-service how much money they owe after a doctor’s visit. Over the last few years, there have been moves both at the state and federal levels towards establishing greater healthcare price transparency and reducing/eliminating surprise medical bills. In fact, as of June of 2018, 28 states now require hospitals, physicians, and/or healthcare plans to publish per-procedure costs.
With a significant push towards greater price transparency, data-driven healthcare pricing reform and transparency will only accelerate. While this is not a new initiative, the Colorado Transparency in Health Care Prices Act, which went into effect January 1st of 2018, is breaking new ground and may well serve as a model for ongoing efforts to increase healthcare price transparency for patients. As the healthcare industry is confronted with new cost transparency legislation, providers need to adapt.
You can register for the upcoming ADAM webinar by following this link. You may also download all our Health iPASS webinars by visiting the “webinar” page located under the Resources tab on our main site. We look forward to hearing more of Raj’s insights and we hope you are too. 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!
We hope that you can join us today at 2pm EDT for a special webinar on the value of automating your patient revenue cycle to accelerate positive performance. We are pleased to be co-presenting today with Kate Cullip, Business Office Director at Colorado Allergy & Asthma Centers who has been using the Health iPASS check-in and patient revenue cycle solution since April of 2018.Read More
We are excited to announce Health iPASS is offering a free webinar on the value of automating the patient revenue cycle with our partner Colorado Allergy & Asthma Centers. Attendees will learn how to identify revenue cycle inefficiencies, the value of revenue cycle automation, and much more by attending our live webinar 2 - 3pm ET on September 27, 2018. Get the straight dope on the most pressing issues facing medical practice patient revenue collection directly from our founder and CEO Rajesh Voddiraju as he co-presents with Kate Cullip from Colorado Allergy and Asthma Centers. Webinar attendees can expect to gain an understanding of the following:Read More