Smartphones are everywhere. We’ve talked about the ubiquity of smartphones on the InstaMed blog before, but you only have to take a quick look around to see that most people spend a lot of time on their phones. In fact, you notice many people using mobile payments to make purchases at retail locations. You also probably manage some monthly bills or make purchases via your mobile device. Personally, I use my phone to order Starbucks and avoid the lines and
It’s already that time of year again. Summer is coming to a close, and kids are getting ready to go back to school. To help everyone transition out of the dog days of summer and into the classroom, many schools offer students and families a “back to school” checklist. The list prescribes the text books and supplies needed for classes, as well as the medical exams students must complete before the school year begins.
I’ve noticed that the retail industry plays
Offering patients multiple ways to pay is the best way to engage patients in the payment process and maximize your patient payment collections. However, new payment options can lead to increased security risks if providers do not take the proper precautions. With data breaches threatening serious financial and reputational repercussions, providers should look for ways to enhance security and protect sensitive payment information.
Here are three opportunities to enhance payment security at your practice:
Many providers accept credit cards in the office