Visa is convenient.
When you need medical attention, nothing should
get in your way. That's why paying with your Visa card is such a good
idea. It's fast, simple, and gives you the convenience of being accepted
by over 265,000 healthcare providers in the U.S.
Visa works when you need it.
Visa is the best way to pay all kinds of medical
expenses, including insurance deductibles, co-payments, or any other
out-of-pocket expenses. Visa gives you the flexibility of several ways to
pay, too-from payment at time of service to payment by phone or mail. With
Visa you can also easily handle recurring charges and pre-authorize billing for
balances not paid by insurance.
Pay with Visa and breathe easy.
Visa also gives you the peace of mind,
convenience, and flexibility of paying your bills in full when your Visa card
statement arrives, or extending payments as needed. SO next time you visit
a healthcare provider, remember the fast, convenient, flexible way to pay: your
Streamline Office Operations
Your new payment card software will include the
Patient Easy Pay capability developed by Visa. A patient simply signs a
"signature-on-file" receipt produced by the software, while in the
office. The signature authorizes you to charge the patient's co-payments,
deductibles, and balances not covered by insurance to his or her card account as
soon as the claim is adjusted and you can determine the amount owed.
Many healthcare providers have already reduced
receivables, eliminated billing expenses, increased cash flow, controlled bad
debts, and said good-bye to collection calls...thanks to the Patient Easy Pay
capability in the payment card software.
Easy To Use
The Patient Easy Pay software is simple to use.
This is all you do:
Swipe the patient's payment card in the card
swipe attached to your computer (provided with the payment card software), or
key it in manually.
Enter the actual amount owed into the software,
if it is known. If the actual amount owed can't be determined, estimate it
and enter that amount into the software.
Enter a reference number (optional)
If the actual amount was known, the computer
authorizes the payment card transaction and prints a receipt, similar to your
existing credit card terminal. If the amount wasn't known, the computer
prints a "signature-on-file" receipt.
Give the receipt to the patient to sign.
Free Training Video, Too
When you order your payment card software, we
will send you the Visa training video to help you get the most out of the
system. Front office staff will learn through role-playing exercises how
to ask for a payment card when the amount due is not known, and to get a
"signature-on-file" completed by the patient. This assures that
you will get maximum benefit from your payment card program.