Patients Struggle with Past Due Bills

Patients Struggle with Past Due Bills and Hospitals are Suing Thousands.   Hospitals are turning out to be some of America’s toughest debt collectors, many are going as far as suing their patients and many are their own employees. We understand that in reality it’s just business. Hospitals need their overhead covered to stay open ...
October 31, 2019

Hospitals Expected to Take a Hit

Reimbursement for Federal Hospital Expected to Take a $252B Hit by 2029   A recent study has found that 12 pieces of legislation and regulatory changes are estimated to decrease federal hospital reimbursement from 2010-2029. Twelve legislative acts, as well as regulatory changes from CMS, are estimated to reduce federal hospital reimbursement by $252.6 billion ...
October 31, 2019

Many Americans Have Access to Coverage

Many Americans Have Access to Coverage Under the ACA, but Millions are Still Underinsured   Those that have chosen to be self-insured through the Affordable Care Act have chosen plans that fit within their budget. Unfortunately, millions are enrolled in skimpy health plans that often keep them from seeking care altogether, according to a new ...
October 29, 2019

Improving the Relationship with Patients

Improving the Relationship Between Hospitals and Patients Will Improve Your Bottom Line   When it comes to the sensitive topic of health insurance and whether you have any out of pocket expenses, patients want to be treated equally with respect regardless of their lack of healthcare coverage. Some are not insured at all and will ...
October 29, 2019

It’s Not Just the Younger Generation

It’s Not Just the Younger Generation That Want Tech Conveniences with Their Healthcare, Boomers Want it Too.   It’s no longer enough to provide high-quality care or for providers to rely on clinical excellence. Today, patients want convenience, access to their providers outside of the office, and outstanding service in every aspect of their care. We also ...
October 28, 2019