We are excited to share that SDAHO Enterprises’ Endorsed Business Partner AblePay is providing a webinar in collaboration with Region 8 HFMA. Please see below for more information and link to register (registration is complimentary for both HFMA members and HFMA non-members).
“How Lehigh Valley Health Network and Others Are Increasing Revenue While Addressing Patient Affordability”
Date: October 17, 2023 at 11:00am-12:00pm CST/10:00am-11:00am MST
Lehigh Valley Health Network and providers across the country are changing the way they think about post-insurance patient collections. Affordability is now the leading cause of declining out-of-pocket collections. The shift in financial burden to the patient has changed payment behavior and has resulted in a third of people avoiding care all together. Consequently, provider revenue and patient health are negatively affected. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to increase out-of-pocket collections 40-60 percent while generating one of the highest patient satisfaction scores in the country.
Explore the root causes of patient payment affordability, and how changing patient payment behavior can improve the financial strength of providers.
Learn how to enhance the patient’s financial experience while reversing their tendency to avoid care due to financial worries.
Strengthen your brand and become a destination of choice for members of your community.
Please contact Kelsey.Grady@sdaho.org with any questions.
SDAHO Enterprises specifically chose our endorsed partner AblePay because they are the “antithesis” to these medical credit card programs and interest charges with how they address the affordability gap by helping patients either save up to 13% on medical bills or extend terms with 0% interest. For more information about the AblePay program please contact Shelly Soupir, SVP, Provider Sales at email@example.com or (402) 651-2103.
The SDAHO Enterprises Endorsed Business Partner program was established to provide innovative and cost-effective solutions for our member hospitals and long-term care facilities across the healthcare continuum. The business partners selected are expected to meet high-quality standards and offer products or services which are designed to assist healthcare facilities avoid costs, recover revenue, reduce operating and capital expenses, improve management and quality, increase productivity, and develop staff resources.