How new technology is helping healthcare providers meet the pressing challenges of reducing bad debt by improving patient billing and collection
This paper examines the significant impact of recent changes in the healthcare market on the ability of healthcare organizations to collect payment from patients. The escalating amount of deductibles to be paid by patients off-site is creating a void as to where and when they pay, which in turn is creating less impetus to pay. These changes are set to drive the uptake of new technological advancements in Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) in the Healthcare industry.

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