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September 27, 2018

Help managing credit card patient payments

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Managing credit card patient payments can be manual, cumbersome and confusing for your staff to track. If you’re processing credit cards without modern encryption and tokenization technologies, you may be increasing your risk for fraud.

AdvancedMD and OpenEdge have partnered to offer integrated payments, a personalized payment solution to help you run your practice with less hassle and faster payments. From setup through ongoing operation and troubleshooting, OpenEdge simplifies the process of accepting credit card payments by offering you an integrated solution that helps your business operate more efficiently.

All transactions are fully integrated within AdvancedMD, eliminating double entry, human errors and time-consuming reconciliations. Through encryption and tokenization, this process decreases the risk for your practice because patient credit card number information is not stored locally or within AdvancedMD. OpenEdge is the one place for everything your practice needs for electronic payments.

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Topic: Medical Billing | Content Type: Blog Article

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