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Don’t Forget: Register Now for our Starting a Credit Card on File in Your Practice Webinar!

For anyone interested in implementing a credit card on file program in your practice – to increase collections, improve cash flow, and eliminate sending statements altogether – you’ll want to register now  for Manage My Practice’s Webinar: Starting a Credit Card on File Program in Your Practice.

Financial Concerns in a Medical Office

Tuesday March 5th, 2013 at 1 p.m. EST 10 a.m. PST join Mary Pat and I for a 60 minute session that will prepare you to plan, prepare, negotiate, and execute your Credit Card on File Program. Your patients and your staff will be happier – and so will you!

Register here for Tuesday’s Webinar.

Also, special thanks to Brandon Betancourt of Pediatric Inc for his very kind words about our webinar. Check out his blog!

And if you are interested in learning more about core practice operations, or just want to increase your knowledge and understanding of medical practice management, be sure to check out our new Revenue Cycle Management Webinar Series – a great way for anyone to strengthen and refresh their skills!

Posted in: Collections, Billing & Coding, Day-to-Day Operations, Finance, Innovation, Leadership, Medicare & Reimbursement

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12 Ways to Supercharge Your Practice in 2012: #9 Start a Credit Card on File Program


Doctor's Office Accepting a Credit Card

Anyone who has read my writing for any period of time knows that I am a big proponent of No Statements!

Patient statements are a waste of time and resources. Think of what your life might be like without statements:

No monthly expense to generate or send statements via electronic service or printing and stuffing.

  1. No need to sort them out of the mail, open them, post them, copy or scan them, and deposit them.
  2. No returned checks.
  3. When three or more statements don’t zero-balance the account, no need to prepare the accounts to be sent to third-party collections and write them off.
  4. No need to dismiss the patient from the practice.
  5. No need to post any collections payments and adjustment to the accounts.
  6. No need to deal with the patient when they want to return to the practice and you have to deal with it.


But what takes the place of statements?


Posted in: 12 Ways to Supercharge Your Practice, Collections, Billing & Coding, Day-to-Day Operations

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