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October 9, 2018

Best Practices to Improve Patient Payments eGuide

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Best Practices to Improve Patient Payments is one of our top eGuides for 2018 with nearly 5,000 downloads. Last week we made significant updates to describe how practices are getting paid faster and more consistently with online payment portals. This patient-self-service means the practice is leveraging patient-centric technologies and processes, giving patients a variety of ways to engage in their overall healthcare experience. And the practices that are paying attention are reaping major rewards.

Get this eGuide for free and learn how to improve the patient-pay portion of revenue collections. Inside you’ll find easily-adoptable options, policies, techniques and messaging scripts that can be used by most any practice to improve your billing performance.

Download our free eGuide entitled Best Practices to Improve Patient Payments & learn 9 tips you can implement today.

 

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Topic: Medical Billing | Content Type: Blog Article

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