An Easy Way to Increase Revenue by 3% to 4%
The president of another leading EMR recently presented a webinar discussing:
If front desk staff don’t collect patient payments during intake,
the practice will probably never collect the money.
That EMR’s president was so emphatic, she also commented:
“Letting patients leave without paying for their treatment can seriously affect your bottom line.
If you don’t collect patient payments at the point of service, you can say ‘sayonara’ to a lot of revenue.”
Practices using this EMR are shocked at such a tone-deaf statement (maybe you’re one of them).
These practice owners complain:
“How can she lecture us, ‘Collect money on intake’
when her EMR doesn’t communicate co-insurance and deductible amounts due on intake!?”
These practice owners complain that deductible and co-insurance balances, transferred to the patient by the biller, are not communicated to the front desk, because billing is a separate software program.”
Four questions for you:
- Why would use an EMR that tells you “half-truths” about integrated billing?
- Why would you knowingly accept revenue that is 3% to 4% lower than it should be?
- Why would you then pay that EMR’s add-on charges for marketing tools that are presented as “the best way to increase revenue”?
- Why would you work with an EMR whom you really can’t trust?
Systems 4PT would like to show you:
- EMR, scheduling, billing, reporting, and outcomes that are all integrated within a single database
- Reimbursements that are 9% higher, on average (the 3% to 4% discussed above is only part of their problem)
- EMR with twice the compliance, documented in half the time
- All for about 1/3 less than you’re spending today for billing and collections.