MedDraft Launches Payment Website

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2:20 PM EDT March 18th, 2011

MedDraft Debt Prevention ServicesTM, a payment solutions company, has launched its new web portal—Medicalbillpaid.comwhich enables providers to accept payment from patients online.

Membership to Medicalbillpaid.com gives providers an instantaneous, customized online web presence whereby patients can conveniently submit diverse payments anytime and from anywhere.

“Our site was developed to meet consumer demands while simultaneously fitting into a medical provider’s anticipated cycle revenue management needs,” says MedDraft President David Hamilton. “Our experience is that collections always increase when you make it easy for people to pay their bills. This website does just thatquickly, easily, and inexpensively.”

65 million American households paid their bills online last year (Fiserv, Inc. 2010), making the benefits of Medicalbillpaid.com immeasurable for providers. The payment website reduces bad debt while increasing patient satisfaction by enabling patients to easily pay for healthcare services online using a check, debit card, and all major credit cards. Patients can also pay online using one of the fastest growing health plan segments: healthcare savings and/or flex spending accounts.

About MedDraft

MedDraft is a payment solutions company which offers patient-friendly policy, procedure, and technologies to significantly reduce bad debt for healthcare providers. Additional services include pay-by-phone automation, payment plan options, online print & mail, and collection letter series. More information can be found by visiting: www.MedDraft.com.

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