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Please take a look at our informative infographic all about how payments are changing in the behavioral health market (and health care in general)…
Many medical care specialists offer discretionary wellness and package programs -- optional services that can represent significant sources of income for smaller practices. Because these are typically scheduled services rendered on a predictable basis, practices often maintain “cards on file” for these recurring transactions. While convenient, there’s a potential downside – declined payments resulting from lost, expired or outdated card information.
Patient payments and billing are in a state of transformation. Government regulation, insurance involvement and new technologies are driving change in the business of delivering health care.