Twenty-eight percent of medical practices still don’t accept credit cards, according to a survey by SK&A Information Services.

 

 

If your practice does not currently have a written financial policy, you may consider developing one and deciding if it will be mailed or given to every patient in your practice or hospital.

 

The policy should be tailored to your specific practice or specialty and outline how your office personnel handle patient billing, insurance filing and payment plans.

 

The key to our success has been our ability to provide healthcare providers and organizations with proven payment solutions that provide their patients with the payment flexibility they need.

PASHealth works with each healthcare provider and organization in assessing their payment acceptance strategy and helps to configure their operations and processes to maximize efficiencies, grow their business by receiving payment at time of service, and improve their bottom line.

In today’s economy, healthcare and dental providers, hospitals and other healthcare institutions demand a full service suite of solutions with which to operate their company.

 

Patient Access Solutions Inc. has responded to these needs by building turnkey payment service solutions for the receipt of patient self pay receivables.

 

Healthcare providers and organizations will have the ability to accept credit cards, debit cards, healthcare savings account cards and other electronic payment methods such as check truncation transactions.

     

     

CHECK SERVICES

 

PASHealth System offers healthcare providers the ability to accept checks, without the fear of having them returned. Check conversion - guarantee service allows the healthcare provider to accept checks through an imager, which is attached to the PASHealth Terminal, and connects to the PASHealth Web Portal. By having this service and the other self-pay receivable management products of the PASHealth Terminal, the healthcare provider additionally allows himself to increase cash flow, reduce bad debt, and reduce overhead expenditures pertaining to the patient’s portion of the bill.