Patient Payment Estimates
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Despite measures like the Price Transparency Final Rule and the No Surprises Act, which requires each self-pay or uninsured patient to receive a good-faith estimate before services are performed, patients still receive inaccurate estimates.
And according to a recent Experian Health study, 4 in 10 patients said they had spent more on healthcare than they could afford.
But when patients know the expected cost of their care ahead of time, they feel more empowered and make better decisions—helping you get paid faster and stay in compliance.
See how automating and standardizing your price transparency practices will help you meet regulatory requirements, create a positive patient experience, and increase revenue at the point of service.
Account for payment plans, prompt-pay discounts, state-mandated discounts, and other financial assistance policies for self-pay patients.
Automate updates to your price lists and provide real-time estimates.
Provide accurate estimates and easy-to-understand cost breakdowns to avoid surprise billing.
See how Banner Medical Group uses Experian Health’s patient estimation tools to achieve higher engagement while remaining in compliance.
We were able to make sure we were staying within compliance . . . The benefit to Banner Health is that we have higher patient engagement scores and higher patient satisfaction scores.
Read how harnessing an automated, data-driven process with Patient Estimates yielded a 1,200% return on investment for Blessing Health System.
Riley Matthews, Lead Product Manager at Experian Health, explains how providers use Patient Estimates to address and comply with the “Good Faith Estimate” requirement in the No Surprises Act.
Listen to Jamie Cleverley, President of Cleverley + Associates, and Riley Matthews, Lead Product Manager at Experian Health, discuss how a new partnership is helping providers comply with price transparency rules.
Use our pricing tool to create accurate estimates before or at the point of service.
Deliver patient estimates and secure payment options through engaging text messages.
Assess and assign patients to the appropriate financial pathway, based on their likelihood to pay and their qualification for assistance, to boost collections and satisfaction.
Provide your patients with a secure method of submitting payments online via mobile device or at the point of service.
See how greater clarity and providing patient estimates at the start of the patient’s financial journey can set the stage for better access to care and a smoother path to payment.
Hear answers from industry expert, Stanley Nachimson, principal of Nachimson Advisors, to the most pressing questions about Good Faith Estimates.
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