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Patient Prompt Introduces Co-Pay Recovery Program At HFMA 2013
Date:6/13/2013

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Patient Prompt® will demonstrate how its advanced patient communication solution automates patient friendly Co-Pay collection best practices at the upcoming HFMA 2013 Conference, in Orlando, FL.

Patient Prompt® has taken a unique approach by creating a fully customized patient communication solution that seamlessly integrates with existing EHR/PM systems. The customization allows practices to leverage Patient Prompts® advanced technology to enhance their patient communication capabilities.

Compatible with over 150 of the most popular EHR/PM systems, Patient Prompt® utilizes a patented integration process to automatically identify, and contact patients with outstanding accounts. This represents a significant cost savings to healthcare organizations seeking to create a more effective and immediate way of dealing with outstanding A/R and Co-Pay Collection.

The outreach program incorporates industry leading best practices developed by Patient Prompt® to provide a more patient friendly, effective approach. Patient Prompt® incorporates its proprietary (((Smart Calling Technology)))™ to identify specific patient demographics and associates the appropriate voice, text, and email protocol tailored to the patients preferred method of contact, language and optimum messaging times.

“We are excited to be able to demonstrate how our advanced patient communication technology can assist practices in creating a more patient-friendly and effective accounts receivables strategy,” says Patient Prompt's CFO Jordan Shnier.

Practices are realizing recovery rates of over 80% in the fir
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