Will Reilly

Will is the VP of Consumer and Client Marketing at VisitPay. A former marketing VP at IBM, he’s now turning his twenty years marketing and consulting experience to help push the envelope of financial health for both health systems and patients. Will hails from Banbury, Oxfordshire and never shies from an opportunity to use his British slang.


Posts by Will Reilly:

Don’t Bill Patients Like They’re Warren Buffett

August 23, 2018   |   Will Reilly

Taking place in Austin, Texas, each spring, South by Southwest has emerged as the US’s leading [...]

Why Marketers Should Care About the Patient Financial Experience

May 22, 2018   |   Will Reilly

It is time for healthcare marketers to get deeply engaged in the financial experience offered by [...]

5 Reasons Why VisitPay Is the Right Choice to Complement Your Epic Strategy

May 9, 2018   |   Will Reilly

We spend a lot of time talking to major health providers who use Epic. And our [...]

Patient Financial Health Summit at the 9th Becker’s Hospital Review Annual Meeting

May 2, 2018   |   Will Reilly

On April 12th more than 50 finance and innovation leaders from some of the top health [...]

Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: Boosting Patient Payments

March 28, 2018   |   Will Reilly

What if there was a way to accurately predict healthcare payments? A way for health systems [...]

How St. Luke’s is Transforming the Patient Experience

March 13, 2018   |   Will Reilly

Michael Rawdan, Senior Director of Revenue Cycle and Patient Experience at St. Luke’s Health System, talked [...]

HIMSS Revenue Cycle Summit Recap: Key Takeaways

March 6, 2018   |   Will Reilly

Revenue Cycle as Brand Ambassador On Monday, VisitPay participated in the HIMSS Revenue Cycle Summit. It [...]

Getting Ready for the HIMSS Revenue Cycle Summit

February 21, 2018   |   Will Reilly

We’re taking VisitPay on the road and heading to the HIMSS Revenue Cycle Summit at the [...]

How to Operationalize the Consumer-centric Healthcare Vision

January 30, 2018   |   Will Reilly

At this year’s JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, everyone agreed that a person’s ability to pay medical [...]