Instant Pay Schedules Lessen Patient ‘Sticker Shock,’ Reduce Nonpayments, and Streamline Provider Cash Flow
San Jose, California – Monday, April 11, 2016 – Infinx, a provider of revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions for healthcare practices, today announced an advanced patient pay estimate feature will be the latest enhancement to its flagship preauthorization software, iBridge. This new addition will be formally debuted to the radiology community at the upcoming ARRS Annual Meeting, April 17- 22 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
iBridge dramatically improves RCM workflow, providing rapid patient insurance verification and preauthorization turnarounds within 20 minutes. The added patient pay estimation feature now also automatically calculates a patient’s insurance deductible, copay, and out-of-pocket maximum at the outset of care, while simultaneously presenting the patient’s payment schedule before they leave the office.
“iBridge alleviates the ‘sticker shock’ many patients typically experience with their first medical bill,” said Hiren Kulkarni, Infinx CEO. “At the same time, our comprehensive front-end estimates offer providers a more reliable roadmap for predicting incoming revenue. iBridge is a win-win for both patient and doctor.”
Infinx will present live demonstrations of iBridge at ARRS booth #106, where attendees are encouraged to reserve one-on-one meeting times with Infinx RCM specialists at http://visit.infinx.com/arrs-2016-infinx-invite/.
Infinx provides revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions for healthcare practices. Combining the strength of our cloud-based RCM platforms with our expert team of over 2,000 certified medical coders and billing specialists, we deliver solutions that focus on increasing revenue and improving cash flow. Infinx enables clients to shift emphasis from administrative details to billable patient care.
Infinx is headquartered in San Jose, California with facilities in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Hyderabad, India. Infinx is a subsidiary of the Tandon Group, a technology holding group which has grown multiple technology companies since 1975 and provides resources to up-and-coming startups.