How to Improve Collections and Patient Satisfaction With Contactless Payments

How to Improve Collections and Patient Satisfaction With Contactless Payments

Posted Feb 15, 2021 from
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Social distancing measures and fears about face-to-face contact prevent many patients from visiting healthcare facilities, and it’s becoming harder for providers to collect payments and maintain a steady revenue cycle. Self-service and contactless payment methods are now necessary if providers want to remain profitable during these uncertain times.

But it’s not just about facilitating payments in the context of social distancing. Even before the pandemic, patients were looking for more convenient ways to manage their out-of-pocket expenses and thinking more like active consumers than passive participants in their healthcare journey. Starbucks’ story shows how prioritizing the consumer experience wins out in the end.

With a consumer-friendly online portal, patients can check their balances, manage payment plans and apply for financial support at the tap of a button. Quicker insurance checks will also increase the likelihood of faster payments and minimize the risk of claim denials for providers.

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