ClearBalance President and CEO Bruce Haupt is a panelist for the discussion, “Enhancing Access, Affordability and Equity of Care,” during the AHA Executive Forum, Dec. 4-5 in Chicago. See you there.
Tag: Healthcare costs
Tom Cook of ClearBalance will present findings of the 3rd annual Healthcare Consumerism study during his presentation, The Impact of Patient Loyalty on the Revenue Cycle, Sept. 20 at 3:20 p.m. See him at the VA/DC HFMA Fall Education Conference.
Patient Cost of Care is Top of Mind SAN DIEGO – Healthcare organizations that offer and promote long-term financing to help patients pay their cost of care stand a better chance of increasing market share and preventing network leakage. According to the third annual Healthcare Consumerism study sponsored by ClearBalance®, 90 percent of patients/consumers surveyed … Continue reading “Healthcare Loan Program Helps Create Captured Consumer”
Tom Cook of ClearBalance is a featured speaker for the HFMA Hudson Valley chapter one-day event. “Patient Obligations and Financing Strategies in the Era of High Deductible Healthcare,” 10:15-11:30 a.m. Hyatt House, Fishkill, NY
Sept. 18, 2016 — As the insurance landscape has changed, it’s clear that the patient/consumer focus has broadened from health and outcomes to money, as in, “What will I owe?” and “How will I pay for care?” In fact, out-of-pocket responsibility often is driving where and when – or sometimes if – patients receive care. … Continue reading “Study Reveals Users are Strong Supporters of the ClearBalance Program”
Sept. 11, 2016 — This is the final post in a four-part series exploring how baby boomers, Gen X and millennials are preparing for healthcare costs in retirement. Here we recap the challenges facing these groups. Who doesn’t want a life of leisure upon retiring? It’s the end goal to our working years, being able … Continue reading “Adequate Healthcare Coverage Could Dictate Retirement Ease”
Aug. 27, 2016 — This is the third post in a four-part series exploring how the various generations are preparing for healthcare costs in retirement. The first installment highlighted the plight of baby boomers. The second examined the challenges faced by Generation X. This post discusses millennials (Generation Y), typically those born between the early … Continue reading “Mythbuster: Millennials are Saving for Retirement. But are they Saving Enough for Healthcare, Too?”
Aug. 9, 2016 — This is the second post in a four-part series exploring how the various generations are preparing for healthcare costs in retirement. In the first installment, we highlighted the plight of baby boomers. This post examines the challenges faced by Generation X, those born between the early 1960s (slight overlap with baby … Continue reading “GenX Must Become Aware of How Health Impacts Wealth”
July 17, 2016 — This is the first post in a four-part series exploring how the various generations are preparing for healthcare costs, starting with the plight of baby boomers headed toward retirement. Subsequent installments will reflect the challenges faced by Generation X and Generation Y (also known as Millennials). A top concern for people … Continue reading “Successful Retirement Planning Must Include Healthcare Expenses”
June 17, 2016 — As the consumerism movement grows, patients are empowered not only to educate themselves about basic health concerns, but also the costs associated with care. Between the rising cost of healthcare itself and the larger portion of those costs that individuals are shouldering, more Americans are taking the initiative to find options … Continue reading “Consumers Want Access to Healthcare Price Information; Teaching Them to Fish is the Next Step”