About the Patient Financial Health Summit:
For the last five years, VisitPay has gathered together the smartest minds in the country to help improve patient financial health. Now is your chance to get a seat at the table.
The theme for this year’s VisitPay Summit is “Helping people manage healthcare bills, for good,” because we recognize that patients need assistance along their healthcare journey and it’s our collective responsibility to provide it. We also believe that financial experiences should be as great as a patient’s clinical experience. And we know that improving the patient experience is ultimately beneficial to caregivers, insurers, and our communities as well. We’re all in this together. For good.
When you register for the Patient Financial Health Summit, you’ll have the opportunity to join other thought leaders and experts to discuss, learn, and devise strategies to bring back to your health system.
This two-day event is specially designed to supply you with fresh tactics and emerging technology solutions that will create a financial experience that retains customers for life. Discover how to take processes and practices that work well enough now and transform them into ones that set the gold standard.
Here’s what previous Summit attendees have said:
“Excellent event. I feel energized.”
“It’s much clearer how absolutely important it is to make the experience personal and tailored.”
“[The Summit] made me realize that there are many options out there to assist with patient finance.”
Register here for the 2019 Summit
The registration fee of $500 includes hotel accommodation, conference meals and networking events.
VisitPay is a dedicated group of consumer finance people working for the good of the healthcare industry. The company was established after our founders discovered an entire industry that was using outdated and inadequate systems to manage patient revenue—leading to frustrated providers, dissatisfied and confused patients, and, ultimately, fewer payments. Something had to change. So we decided to fix it. In doing so, we didn’t only make patient billing easier, we rethought patient financial relationships from end to end.