On the Healthcare Finance blog, Kevin Fuller suggested four key areas to reduce the cost of collections at hospitals: staffing, technology, integration and automation.
More and more experts are advocating for a “consumerist” approach to billing and collections for patients.
One strategy a health care provider in Nebraska embraced seeks to reduce the friction between parties on each side of the equation, and its revenue increased as a result.
Hospital patients are continuing to face an increased financial burden as healthcare costs rise and revolving credit becomes less available.
More than 40 percent of people living in Texas and Florida claim to have problems paying their medical bills or were in a significant amount of debt in terms of healthcare.
A new study by the Center for American Progress (CAP) shows that increasingly, employers are shifting more of the onus of medical expenses onto employees.
A new site called Guroo, launched this week with data from United Healthcare, Humana, Aetna and Assurant Health, says it helps increase transparency for medical costs among consumers.