Nystrom & Associates Selects Relatient for Modern Patient Outreach

Patient-centered engagement to help expand patient access to mental health services in the Twin Cities communities and across Minnesota.

 

Nashville, Tennessee, February 6, 2020

Relatient, the highest customer-rated patient engagement SaaS-based platform, has announced that Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. the leading Mental Health group who serves Minnesota, has selected Relatient as their partner in patient outreach and communications. Nystrom & Associates provides comprehensive mental health services, including: psychiatry, psychology, addiction and substance use disorder, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, and nursing, for children, adolescents, and adults with 16+ clinics, serving 40+ counties, throughout Minnesota.

“As the care delivery leader in the mental health services industry, Nystrom & Associates has a commitment to offer the latest technology to its patients and partners to ensure seamless accessibility when it comes to scheduling and appointment management. This requires outreach strategies that are modern, mobile, and easy to use, which is why we partnered with Relatient,” said Peter Nystrom, Chief Commercial Officer. “Relatient’s platform is top-rated on KLAS with a strong reputation as the leader in patient-centered, mobile-first communication strategies. We’re looking forward to our work together and are excited to bring our patients the latest in technology.”

Relatient’s industry-recognized patient engagement platform will power bi-directional appointment reminders for patients of Nystrom & Associates’ 750+ clinical care providers. The responsive reminders employ industry best practices for regulatory compliance and give patients the opportunity to confirm, cancel, or reschedule from within a text message, email, or voice call to optimize provider schedules and reduce patient no-shows. The platform is private and convenient for today’s busy patients and providers.

“The Nystrom & Associates team has been a pleasure to work with, and we’re excited to have the opportunity to help them reach their patients across the state of Minnesota, and soon, beyond,” said Jason Sprague, Vice President of Enterprise Sales. “Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. provides high-quality, comprehensive care to their patients, and they have very specific needs for their practices—we’re thrilled they chose Relatient to meet those needs.”

About Relatient

Relatient, Inc., the 2020 KLAS Category Leader in Patient Outreach, is a SaaS-based patient-centered engagement company that utilizes a modern and mobile-first approach to improve patient and provider communication. On behalf of U.S. medical practices and health systems, Relatient engaged patients with more than 132 million messages in 2019. Relatient’s platform integrates with over 85 practice management systems and electronic health databases to drive operational efficiency, appointments and reviews, reduce no-shows, speed patient payments, and improve patient satisfaction, all while supporting health and care quality initiatives. For more information, visit http://www.relatient.net.

About Nystrom & Associates

Nystrom & Associates, having 16+ clinic locations throughout Minnesota, is a group of professional care providers from the fields of psychiatry, psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, addiction and substance use disorder, and nursing who are committed to helping individuals and families that are experiencing personal, substance use and addiction, emotional, marital, or psychological problems. Visit www.nystromcounseling.com, call 1-844-NYSTROM or follow Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Make text, email and voice an integral part of your patient engagement.

The post Nystrom & Associates Selects Relatient for Modern Patient Outreach appeared first on Relatient.


Source: Nystrom & Associates Selects Relatient for Modern Patient Outreach

Relatient Patient Engagement Platform Now Integrated with Centricity Practice Solution

Relatient Patient Engagement Platform Now Integrated with Centricity Practice Solution

Medical Offices Can Reduce No-Shows and Improve Patient Access, Workflows, and Revenue Performance

“We are pleased to have Relatient as a new CPS software partner given its patient engagement capabilities for medical offices,” said Neeti Gupta, Executive Director, Product Marketing Strategy, athenahealth, Inc. “Relatient offers an award-winning platform with a long history of supporting hundreds of customers with an integrated, all-in-one solution for patient communication.”

Through this partnership, CPS customers will have the option of bidirectional connectivity to Relatient’s full suite of patient engagement solutions including: 

  • Appointment Reminders – to reduce no-shows with unlimited voice, email, and text and deliver a medical appointment reminder service, missed appointment rescheduling, and recalls
  • Satisfaction Surveys – to get real-time feedback and generate online reviews
  • Broadcast Messaging – to save time updating patient groups on-demand with text, email, and/or voice
  • eRegistration & Check-In – a mobile-first intake solution to pre-register ahead of appointments
  • Online Patient Scheduling – to empower patients and staff with 24/7 scheduling
  • Automated Waitlist – to fill last-minute cancelations with automatic messaging
  • Two-Way Texting & Secure Messaging – to end phone tag with intuitive one-to-one patient texting and secure clinical messaging
  • Health Campaigns – to get patients back on the books when the time is right

“CPS is an important and well-established practice management software in use by thousands of providers who can now benefit from Relatient’s track-record for improving patient engagement and the financial performance of medical offices,” said Michele Perry, CEO, Relatient, Inc. “Our commitment to our current CPS accounts and future customers is to bring a fully-integrated and expanded platform that is the top program choice.”

Relatient’s Specialists in patient engagement are available to demo its award-winning platform or learn more.

About Relatient

Relatient, Inc., the 2020 KLAS Category Leader in Patient Outreach, is a SaaS-based patient-centered engagement company that utilizes a modern and mobile-first approach to improve patient and provider communication. On behalf of U.S. medical practices and health systems, Relatient engaged patients with more than 132 million messages in 2019. Relatient’s platform integrates with over 85 practice management systems and electronic health databases to drive operational efficiency, appointments and reviews, reduce no-shows, speed patient payments, and improve patient satisfaction, all while supporting health and care quality initiatives. For more information, visit http://www.relatient.net.

Make text, email and voice an integral part of your patient engagement.

The post Relatient Patient Engagement Platform Now Integrated with Centricity Practice Solution appeared first on Relatient.


Source: Relatient Patient Engagement Platform Now Integrated with Centricity Practice Solution

Relatient Awarded KLAS Category Leader with a 96.1 Score for Patient Outreach in 2020

The Patient Outreach Category recognizes companies connecting healthcare providers and patients

Relatient, a leader in patient-centered engagement software, announced today that the company was named a 2020 Category Leader for the “Patient Outreach” category by KLAS, a healthcare IT research firm providing the industry with accurate, honest, and impartial data to determine the leaders who help healthcare professionals provide better care. Relatient currently has the highest overall performance score, 96.1 out of 100, among the 11 companies analyzed in the patient outreach category, which is based on feedback from client hospital and health system executives.

“We are proud of our accomplishments in improving patient and provider communication and delivering on every single promise we make to our customers,” said CEO of Relatient, Michele Perry. “To receive prestigious recognition from KLAS is an honor, directly reflecting Relatient’s mission to help health systems facilitate more compliant, and ultimately, healthier patients.”

KLAS recognizes Relatient for leading the “Patient Outreach” category through the company’s outstanding work and dedication to connect healthcare providers and patients and streamline communication, resulting in healthier patient populations.

Companies were rated and reviewed by healthcare professionals across a variety of categories, including culture, loyalty, operations, product, relationship and value. Relatient received an overall score of 96.1 percent, with a 97.6 percent in the value category, leading the charge in patient engagement. Additionally, Relatient scored an outstanding 100 percent in keeping all promises, 100 percent in healthcare populations that would buy the software again and a 100 percent in avoiding charging for every little thing.

“Providers and payers demand better performance, usability and interoperability from their vendor partners every year,” said president of KLAS, Adam Gale. “Best in KLAS winners set the standard of excellence in their market segment. Earning a Best in KLAS award should both excite and humble the recipients. It serves as a signal to providers that they should expect only the best from the winning vendors.”

One health system partner notably mentioned Relatient excels in simplifying patient and provider communication, which has been a crucial tool for the business. The survey participant emphasized that Relatient allowed team members to save an immense amount of time by eliminating the need to manually call patients to reschedule appointments.

KLAS partners with healthcare professionals to foster a transparent environment in the healthcare space, spotlighting the services and solutions that are making the greatest impact. The IT data and insights company has been providing unbiased, factual research for the healthcare IT industry since 1996.

About KLAS 
KLAS is a data-driven company on a mission to improve the world’s healthcare by enabling provider and payer voices to be heard and counted. Working with thousands of healthcare professionals, KLAS collects insights on software, services and medical equipment to deliver reports, trending data and statistical overviews. KLAS data is accurate, honest and impartial. The research directly reflects the voice of healthcare professionals and acts as a catalyst for improving vendor performance. To learn more about KLAS and the insights we provide, visit KLASresearch.com.

About Relatient 
Relatient, Inc., the 2020 KLAS Category Leader in patient outreach, is a SaaS-based patient-centered engagement company that utilizes a modern and mobile-first approach to improve patient and provider communication. On behalf of U.S. medical practices and health systems, Relatient engaged patients with more than 132 million messages in 2019. Relatient’s platform integrates with over 85 practice management systems and electronic health databases to drive operational efficiency, appointments and reviews, reduce no-shows, speed patient payments, and improve patient satisfaction, all while supporting health and care quality initiatives. For more information, visit  http://www.relatient.net.

Make text, email and voice an integral part of your patient engagement.

The post Relatient Awarded KLAS Category Leader with a 96.1 Score for Patient Outreach in 2020 appeared first on Relatient.


Source: Relatient Awarded KLAS Category Leader with a 96.1 Score for Patient Outreach in 2020

Healthpac Chooses Relatient as Patient Engagement Platform Partner

Third Party Billing Companies Get Innovative Solutions for Revenue Cycle

NASHVILLE, TN. – January 23, 2020 – Relatient, Inc., the top-rated patient engagement SaaS vendor announced their partner agreement with Healthpac, a trusted medical billing software company for revenue cycle management (RCM) to offer third party billing offices and medical offices an expanded offering. Healthpac’s customers can now access Relatient’s latest solutions to improve the patient’s experience and provider revenue.

Patients and providers are facing historical changes in payment models due to the increasing out-of-pocket and deductible expenses creating pressure and challenges. Traditional RCM management practices are no longer as effective because of the financial pressures thrust on patients and providers alike. Patient expectations have moved dramatically with transparency and better access to care demanded of providers. Research shows that medical offices are looking for new revenue cycle solutions in 2020.

Relatient offers a patient-centered engagement platform that integrates with Healthpac software and is seamless for third party billing services companies and their healthcare customers. Solutions include appointment reminders, chat and secure messaging, patient Intake, surveys, online payments, balance messages and more.

“Relatient offers a great value to Healthpac customers as our unique partner who provides all the patient engagement solutions in one platform,” said Buddy Claborn, CEO of Healthpac. “As the market moves to a more “patient as consumer” perspective, we see the mobile-first approach that Relatient offers across their solutions as a powerful extension.”

“We are excited to work with Healthpac to service their customers with our full platform that is modern and in sync with patient needs,” said Robbie Abt, SVP Relatient, Inc. “We are expanding with Healthpac to relieve billing services companies and providers of the inefficiencies and challenges of patient payment responsibility and to deliver results quickly.”

Relatient works directly with Healthpac customers to implement the integrated platform and to provide training and support to ensure their patient engagement success. 

Learn more at https://www2.relatient.net/mdpay

About Relatient

Relatient is an industry recognized, award-winning, SaaS-based patient engagement company that improves patient and provider communications for increased patient satisfaction and improved productivity. Relatient has engaged more than 25 million patients on behalf of U.S. providers, medical practices, hospitals, and health systems and annually delivers 136 million patient messages. Relatient’s platform integrates with more than 85 practice management and electronic health databases to stop the phone tag, eliminate bottlenecks, reduce no-shows, drive appointments, increase online reviews, get patient feedback, and speed patient payments, all while supporting health and care quality initiatives. Visit www.relatient.net, call 866-473-8160, or follow Relatient on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Healthpac

Founded in Savannah in 1981, Healthpac is a leading provider of medical billing and practice management software for physicians, radiology imaging centers, healthcare providers, laboratories and medical billing companies. Healthpac’s billing solutions, constantly evolving proprietary software and experience in the healthcare industry have made the company a trusted advisor for more than 30,000 providers in 45 states. Healthpac’s software is carefully tailored to provide the functionality needed in today’s healthcare industry, and the company’s staff includes several former practice managers and healthcare business owners who are tasked with constantly improving Healthpac’s level of service. The company’s CEO, Buddy Claborn, sits on the Healthcare Administrative Technology Association advisory board and is a previous recipient of the National Healthcare Billing Software Vendor of the Year from the Healthcare Billing and Management Association. Learn more at healthpac.net.

 

Contact

James Kanka
Vice President of Marketing
Relatient, Inc.
(615) 208-7384
jkanka@relatient.net

Learn how Nextech & Relatient work to reduce no-shows and more with automated patient engagement.

The post Healthpac Chooses Relatient as Patient Engagement Platform Partner appeared first on Relatient.


Source: Healthpac Chooses Relatient as Patient Engagement Platform Partner

Delivering a Patient-Centered Financial Experience

Delivering a Patient-Centered Financial Experience

Introduction 

Increasing patient financial responsibility is putting pressure on patients and medical providers alike as patients grapple with higher copays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket expenses while providers re-evaluate how they collect payments from healthcare’s new largest payer. RCM leaders have invested heavily in process improvements and technology around payments from payers, making less effort to focus on patient payments. Historically, providers could count on commercial payers to manage their revenue, followed by Medicare and Medicaid payments, and then patient payments. Patient responsibility has grown nearly 30% since 2015, creating new challenges for medical providers as bad debt and aging A/R  can do more damage to a practice’s financial health than in previous years when patient payments represented a much smaller percentage of provider revenue. 

In the 2019 RCM Trends Survey, Relatient, the industry leader in patient-centered engagement, asked over 100 healthcare leaders across 13 specialties to share how this growing trend is affecting them, where they face the greatest revenue cycle management challenges, and how they are currently managing crucial revenue processes, including collecting payer information, copays and deductibles, educating patients about their financial responsibility, and collecting balances after insurance. The survey data also offers insight to how healthcare leaders are adopting and using HealthIT to address the rise in patient responsibility and where there are gaps. From the survey data emerge six significant patient payments trends affecting medical practices and their patients; the following pages explore each trend and offer a few ways to improve the financial experience for patients and providers. 

    6 Patient Payment Trends Affecting Medical Offices and Patients

    1. Utilizing traditional RCM processes in a new payer environment 

    The 2019 RCM Trends Survey asked healthcare leaders how they are currently managing major RCM processes, like registration, collecting payer information, and collecting copays, deductibles, and balances after insurance. Survey respondents reported manual phone calls, paper statements, and email as the primary methods for carrying out these crucial tasks on a daily basis. 

    Unfortunately, in today’s healthcare landscape, these traditional practices simply can’t produce the outcomes providers need. The patient financial responsibility is too large to rely on these practices to collect patient payments as they are time-intensive for staff and these communication methods are often ignored or simply lost on today’s patient who is looking for convenient communication and payment options. 

    2. Relying on the patient portal as the primary tool for mobile communication and engagement 

    87% of healthcare leaders surveyed reported the patient portal as their mobile technology strategy for improving patient engagement. This is problematic for medical practices because portal adoption is difficult to achieve, though existing patients may register for the patient portal, regular use of the portal remains very low and fail to engage first-time patients to the practice. 

    Portals are important tools for empowering patients with access to their own clinical data, medical history, and current care plan. It’s an excellent way for patients to be more engaged in their own health and share information with other providers. But when it comes to the daily communication surrounding appointments, lab results, follow-up and preventive care, intake, patient satisfaction, and collections, the patient portal isn’t capable of producing the desired results because it’s locked behind apps, usernames, and passwords. Patients simply don’t have the interest or patience for this level of restricted access and therefore won’t engage regularly through a portal. 

    Mobile-first patient engagement strategies yield better results because they utilize the technology patients prefer and already use to carry out their daily routines. This kind of patient-centered engagement, when integrated to the EHR or practice management system, also offers clinic staff superior efficiency because data is easy to access. The right patient-centered engagement partner can also help drive portal adoption, helping medical practices achieve better utilization of the technology they invested in so heavily.

    3. Missing the opportunity to pre-register patients

    When asked how patients complete pre-registration, over 40% of healthcare leaders surveyed said they use their patient portal, followed next by over 20% who reported having no pre-registration process, and next with over 15% reporting manual phone calls as their pre-registration method. The low adoption rate of patient portals and the manual burden on staff required to make phone calls means these strategies are unreliable and can’t deliver the combined RCM benefits of beginning the patient financial experience early and the efficiency offered through automation.

    Pre-registration is a prime opportunity for practices to set patients up for a transparent, convenient, and timely billing and payment process. Pre-registration helps provide office staff payer information early in the patient journey so they can verify coverage and begin the education process with patients. The earlier the financial conversation takes place in the patient’s journey, the better the patient can plan, ask for assistance, or create a payment plan with the clinic. It also reduces patient anxiety, A/R days, and wait times and produces a better overall patient experience.

    The key to a successful pre-registration process is a multimodal strategy, anchored in mobile-first technology,  so patients can complete the proper forms according to their schedules and on the device of their choosing, without requiring the use of an account or password. 

    4. Overlooking the role of text communication in patient collections 

    When it comes to accessibility, text messaging is king—having a 98% open rate and an average 90-second response rate. Yet, when asked about the mobile technology used to engage patients, only 5% of survey respondents reported using text to communicate patient balances. Most depend on mail, email, and phone calls to track down patient payments, methods that are expensive in both material costs and staff resources. 

    What’s more is that because it’s known that patients are far more likely to respond to a text message, connecting patient balance messaging to strategic bill-pay hyperlinks or a text-to-pay solution will not only speed the rate at which a practice can collect patient payments, it can also help them collect more revenue. It’s common for physician practices to write-off patient balances that fall under a certain threshold as it’s too time intensive and expensive to chase down small balances from patients. Mobile-first strategies, anchored in text messaging, not only simplify the process of notifying a patient of a balance due, removing the barrier to billing small balances, but it also simplifies the process of making the payment for the patient. 

    5. Outsourcing collections to a third-party billing company 

    Nearly half of all respondents surveyed said they outsource patient billing to a third-party billing company, a trend that’s expected to grow as patient collections continue to play an important role in provider revenue. Third-party billing companies can often provide healthcare leaders expertise and cost savings through vetted processes, technology, and other resources. Outsourcing patient billing and collections also frees clinic staff to engage with patients in the office and carry out other tasks.* 

    *Relatient is not a third-party billing or RCM company.  

    6. Operating within a 45+-day A/R cycle 

    43% of healthcare leaders surveyed reported that patient balances are reported as overdue after 45 days or longer and 51% reported that a patient balance is considered bad debt and turned over to collections after 120 days or longer. While these time frames have previously served as standard A/R cycles, the shift in the consumer experience and the role patients now play as significant payers means these timeframes can and should change.  When practices use an extended A/R cycle, they are essentially funding the care they provide to patients. In no other industry do patients expect to receive goods or services and wait several months to pay for those goods and services. Yet, healthcare still struggles to educate patients about their financial responsibilities on the front-end of the patient journey and hesitates to collect early. New RCM processes, like pre-registration, patient balance messaging, collecting copays and deductibles at the time of service or even prior to the appointment, and mobile payments are designed to help patients know what they should expect to pay and pay their balances sooner. This means practices can begin to tighten their RCM timelines and collect more revenue, further strengthening the financial health of the practice and ensuring patients will have access to their provider of choice for the long-term.

    Conclusion

    Creating patient-centered RCM processes offers patients the financial experience they want from their healthcare providers and offers medical practices improved outcomes like increased revenue, reduced aging A/R, fewer write-offs and bad patient debt, and added efficiency for clinic staff. Mobile-first strategies can help practices optimize the patient journey, including tasks that set the stage for a smooth billing and financial experience, balance messaging to engage patients in a financial conversation via text, and mobile payments that speed revenue collection, can auto-post payments, and save staff countless hours of time spent calling patients and mailing statements.

    At Relatient, patient billing is a component of a larger patient engagement strategy that streamlines the patient journey, expands patient access, and improves patient-to-provider communication. Relatient’s platform is built for scalability and intuitive patient adoption. Because our solutions are never housed behind accounts, apps, usernames, or passwords, patients engage the same way they do their other daily obligations. Security and best practices are built-in to every solution so medical office staff can be assured they are compliant with regulations like HIPAA, CAN-SPAM, and TCPA. To fuel efficiency, the platform integrates with over 85 EHR and practice management systems so data is easy to access and act upon. 

    If you’re looking for a patient-engagement partner who can help you consolidate vendors and optimize the patient journey, Relatient can help. Contact one of our healthcare specialists to schedule a time to learn more. 

    If you’d like a copy of the 2019 RCM Trends Report, contact us and we’ll send you a copy.

    Make text, email and voice an integral part of your patient engagement.

    The post Delivering a Patient-Centered Financial Experience appeared first on Relatient.


    Source: Delivering a Patient-Centered Financial Experience

    Kentuckiana Pediatrics Group Finds Patient-Centered Billing is Key to The Patient Journey

    Kentuckiana Pediatrics Group Finds Patient-Centered Billing is Key to The Patient Journey

    Creating a New Network Meant They Needed Some New Tools

    When One Pediatrics was established in 2013, they wanted to create a pediatric experience that offers families the resources of a large network with the high-touch, personal feel of a hometown pediatrician. If combining the staff, systems, and workflows of seven practices wasn’t complicated enough, One Pediatrics was collecting and processing patient payments with a combination of paper statements, phone calls, and manual payment posting. The process was slow and expensive, compounded by the countless phone calls that went into keeping their patient no-show rates low. They knew they needed help effectively engaging their patients throughout the patient journey. 

    Trusted Advisor, R1, Led Them to Relatient

    Working with their management group, R1, One Pediatrics found Relatient’s patient engagement platform. Integrated with their Allscripts PM system, Relatient’s mobile-first payment solution, MDpay and Patient Balance Messaging, automated the billing process, giving patients the ability to stay informed of their current balances, pay from any web enabled device, and have receipts emailed to them. The auto-posting functionality saves staff time so they can redirect their efforts to tasks that can’t be automated. Relatient’s bi-directional appointment reminders mean that when patients confirm, cancel, or reschedule from the text, email, or voice reminder, One Pediatrics staff can see and act on those responses before a no-show ensues. Reputation Management helps fuel the growth of new patients to One Pediatrics, something that was previously challenging with the presence of a health system in the same region. With the help of Google reviews, delivered via Reputation Management, One Pediatrics’ happy patients now serve as evangelists for the network.  

    One Pediatrics practices are level-three patient-centered medical homes, they’re deeply committed to making patient access easy for the parents of their young patients. Sometimes this is access to balance information and easy payments and sometimes this is as simple as reminders for their children’s appointments; we knew R1 and Relatient could help them address many points in the patient journey that were previously burdensome for both their staff and their patients’ families,” shared R1’s Director of Client Success, Michelle Mitchell.

    Patient-Centered Engagement Is Driving 90% Patient Copay Collections

    Of the many changes One Pediatrics has made with the use of patient-centered engagement, most notable may be their improved ability for One Pediatrics to collect patient copays at the time of the visit. As patient responsibility now accounts for an unprecedented percent of provider revenue, collecting copays and payments are more important than ever.  

    Cheryl Sidebottom, Practice Manager for One Pediatrics’ Prospect Pediatrics, told us, “Relatient automates tasks that would otherwise tie up multiple front-desk staff on the phone all day, reminding patients of their appointments or trying to inform them of balances due. It’s hard for a busy practice to stay on top of these things manually. What’s even more is that MDpay makes it easy to see financial and payer information when the patient is checking in—we’re collecting 90% of patient co pays upfront and they’re auto posted to the patient’s account. That’s huge for us.”

    Expanding Patient Access with 24/7 Patient Self-Scheduling

    Looking to build on the success they’ve achieved with Relatient’s patient-centered engagement platform, One Pediatrics, with the help of R1, is rolling out Relatient’s online scheduling solution to expand access and provide parents and caregivers convenient scheduling access 24/7. 

    Julie Breedlove, Practice Manager for the East Louisville division of One Pediatrics told us, “Patient engagement is more important than ever—our patients’ parents are running in so many directions, they don’t have time to reach out to us until 7:00 or 8:00 in the evening, well after we’re closed. We know there are avenues for parents to reach out to us when and how it’s convenient for them—these are avenues we want to offer our patients’ families.”

    Download the Case Study

    Challenges

    • Joining seven pediatric practices meant combining processes, vendors, and workflows
    • The current RCM process was expensive and time-intensive 
    • Keeping no-shows low required hours of manual phone calls
    • The presence of a large system in the region made it hard to be found online by prospective patients

    Results

    • 90% collection rate of patient copays at the time of service

    • Bidirectional Allscripts Integration and Workflows 
    • Reduced manual workload for clinic staff
    • Mobile payments and in-office payments are auto-posted to patient accounts, saving hours of precious staff time
    • The presence of online patient reviews helps drive new patients to One Pediatrics’s practices 

    Get a free demo of Relatient’s patient-centered engagement software.

    See why 10,000+ physicians trust us with their patients and businesses, and learn how we can help you:

    • Reduce no-shows
    • Increase patient balance collection
    • Improve patient satisfaction
    • Transition to value-based care
    • Optimize your office operations
    • Automate patient outreach
    • Increase compliance

     

    Yes, I want a demo

    hbspt.forms.create({
    css: ”,
    portalId: ‘2735326’,
    formId: ‘9db46c0e-d421-4381-b9e4-40aea2d24473’
    });

    The post Kentuckiana Pediatrics Group Finds Patient-Centered Billing is Key to The Patient Journey appeared first on Relatient.


    Source: Kentuckiana Pediatrics Group Finds Patient-Centered Billing is Key to The Patient Journey