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Use of mPay Gateway Cuts Patient Receivables by 50%
Date:12/17/2008

mPay Gateway, a Minneapolis, MN company specializing in point of care patient payments announced today that a Minneapolis-area primary care clinic has reduced their patient-responsible accounts receivable by more than 50% after successfully implementing the mPay Gateway software. The four provider practice piloted the mPay Gateway solution with their largest commercial payer and noted this dramatic A/R reduction within 12 weeks.

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 17, 2008 -- mPay Gateway, a Minneapolis, MN company specializing in point of care patient payments, announced today that a Minneapolis-area primary care clinic has reduced their patient-responsible accounts receivable by more than 50% after successfully implementing the mPay Gateway software. The four provider practice piloted the mPay Gateway solution with their largest commercial payer and noted this dramatic A/R reduction within 12 weeks.

Eden Prairie, MN-based ConsentiaHealth provides management consulting services for the practice. "The results have been remarkable," says Steven J. Knutson, the ConsentialHealth partner who has worked closely with the group for several months. "While I knew the mPay Gateway approach would help, I would have never predicted the immediate success we have had with the mPay Gateway software. The overwhelming majority of patients are positive about the change and staff has been very receptive as well."

mPay Gateway delivers web-based software that facilitates point of care electronic patient payments to health care providers. The company's unique approach enables providers to obtain patient payments and authorization while the patient is still at their facility, thus reducing bad debt exposure and the need for post-service billing and collection.

"ConsentiaHealth's client was concerned with the rise in the patient-responsible portion of their A/R,
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