Nowadays, society is so technology driven that if you run a therapy practice but don’t have a strong online presence, you’re probably losing out on new patients and referrals. That’s why, developing a digital content strategy is critical for your business to foster relationships with current patients, improve customer satisfaction and engage new users. Keep reading to learn more!
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Pediatric Associates of NYC has been New York City's most trusted pediatric care facility for over 7 decades. Founded in 1948, Pediatric Associates has dedicated their work to go above and beyond. Each and every patient that is admitted to or born at NYU is met with the full dedication and support of the staff at Pediatric Associates, giving continuity of care a whole new meaning.
Established in 1997, as one of the earliest mental health billing services in the United States, Billshrinkers, Inc. has worked diligently to streamline billing processes and amplify revenue for healthcare practices nationwide. With over 20 years of experience and expertise - Billshrinkers’ primary goal is to alleviate stress for mental health providers by giving them the financial management and support they need.
Sphere is a leading financial technology and software company revolutionizing integrated commerce solutions for healthcare and its synergistic verticals. Trusted by the nation’s largest health systems, Sphere delivers a highly integrated cloud-based platform that reduces friction and facilitates better and more secure patient payments that drive revenue. Sphere’s Health iPASS platform enhances provider revenue collection by simplifying the patient check-in process, facilitating pre-service, time-of-service and post-service engagement as well as payments through an innovative, multi-channel virtual software interface. READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Welcome to part two of our insurance communication blog series, where we’re working to help close the gap in patient-to-provider engagement regarding insurance and medical billing costs. Today, we are highlighting some powerful tools that can help providers optimize the way in which they convey pricing and billing information to their patients. Continue reading to learn why clarity throughout the entire billing process can ultimately lead to increased revenue for healthcare practices.
For many people, medical insurance and billing are complicated topics. In fact, studies show that confusion over medical bills as well as higher patient expectations regarding price transparency are increasing in America. That is why today, we are doing our part to help bridge the insurance communication gap by providing insightful information that is aimed to help patients better navigate their healthcare costs. Stay tuned for part 2 next week that will target optimized providers!
Wishing everyone a happy first week of spring! This season inspires growth and rejuvenation, not to mention what many refer to as ‘Spring Cleaning’. Everyone has something that needs a good cleaning-up or restart, if you will, so, for specialized healthcare providers struggling with their software platform, we are here to help! In today’s blog we’ll be breaking down why DIY software can help you get specific solutions you need for your specialized practice and clean up the mess that often comes with ‘one-size-fits-all’ models.
HealthQuest Physical Therapy started out as a shared vision between founders Bill Knight and Stuart Siegner. After practicing together for 8 years, the two embarked on establishing their own practice that would put patient satisfaction and progress at the forefront of each and every service.
Werking Medical Billing aka WMB, is a medical billing service provider that offers quality, cost efficient billing services to physical therapists, pain management specialists as well as hospital and internal medicine providers. Located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, WMB’s talented and experienced team work intentionally to deliver solutions that optimize revenue results, support EHR demands and streamline credentialing processes.
The year 2020 has brought many unexpected challenges, but with unexpected challenges come unexpected solutions. Which is why we wanted to discuss the future of healthcare from what has already changed to the ways in which experts anticipate how new technological developments and progressing patient behavioral trends are predicted to continuously impact how medical providers facilitate care even after the CoronaVirus.