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Michigan Health Care Providers Select mPay Gateway's Point-of-Care Patient Payment System
Date:2/8/2010

MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- mPay™ Gateway today announced that four Michigan health care providers – Kalamazoo Gastroenterology Hepatology, Digestive Health Center, Healthcare Midwest and Southwest Michigan Dermatology – have selected mPay Gateway's point-of-care patient payment system.

mPay Gateway's software system makes it easier for health care providers to collect the patient's share of a bill for service while also reducing patient confusion over how much they owe and when to pay. The simplified process also helps health care organizations reduce administrative time and overhead costs, so they can focus on providing patients with high-quality care at the lowest cost.

"I am always concerned about how much I will actually owe the doctor, yet it often takes months before I get a bill," said Linda Geml, a patient of Kalamazoo Gastroenterology. "I really like how the new mPay Gateway payment system approximates how much I will owe at my doctor's visit. Many people need to be able to budget and plan for expenses, so this new, more transparent and up-front process is a big relief to me."

With patients responsible for an ever greater portion of their bills, delinquent and uncollectible patient accounts are an increasing reality for physician practice groups. mPay Gateway's system obtains payment authorization before a patient leaves the office, but the patient isn't charged until the health care provider settles with the insurance company.

Jeff Carroll, administrator for Kalamazoo Gastroenterology H
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