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Postage Rate Increases

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Last October, the USPS announced new postage rate pricing for 2019. These changes went into effect on January 27.

As a result, AdvancedMD is adjusting our pricing, but only the direct increases from USPS will be passed through to you. These changes below will take effect in June and you will see the new pricing on invoices beginning July 1.

$0.05 price increase (per page)

eStatements
First page metered
$0.75 to $0.80/page

Paper claims
Metered
$0.58 to $0.63/page

eLetters
First page metered
$0.75 to $0.80/page

Address Forward
Per instance
$0.75 to $0.80/page

$0.04 price increase (per page)

eStatements
Additional postage metered
$0.21 to $0.25/page

eStatements & eLetters
Additional pages metered
$0.21 to $0.25/page

We understand postage rate increases like this are inevitable and impact your bottom line. AdvancedMD has additional options within our software that can make statements 100% electronic and automatic. For example, with ePayments you can send automatic payment reminders to patients through text (SMS) and email. Learn more.

 

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Topic: Medical Billing, Public Policy | Content Type: Blog Article

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