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Apex specializes in helping healthcare providers improve their collections from patients through clear communication, streamlined billing-related practices, fewer incoming billing-related phone calls, and a shorter revenue cycle.Increase Patients’ E-Payment Adoption to Improve the Healthcare Revenue Cycle
When patients pay online, providers save money on processing, paper, and postage. Providers also tend to receive payments faster, because (1) time in the mail stream is eliminated and, (2) patients who pay online tend to pay faster.Delivering Innovation Solutions in Medical Billing and Statement Processing
Part of our mission at Apex is to provide healthcare providers and financial institutions across the country with innovative payment solutions that save money and improve billing processes.Apex at the Xplor Conference…and the Increasing Importance of Electronic Documents
Earlier this year, the United States Postal Service announced a proposal to end Saturday delivery of first class mail to street addresses. One reason for the pending elimination of Saturday delivery is a shift toward less-profitable mail types. The chart below show mail volume for First-Class Mail and Standard Mail in billions of pieces. From 2006 to 2010 the volume of both types fell significantly, but the trend for First-Class mail is estimated to remain more sharply negative. This and other trends have amounted to over $25 million per day in estimated losses incurred by USPS.More thoughts on Electronic Health Records and Patient Payment Portals
This month in the industry publication Health Management Technology, industry thought leader Brandon Savage offers some powerful comments about healthcare IT.Apex at AMGA 2013 in Orlando
Apex at AMGA 2013 in Orlando From March 14-16 in Orlando, Apex is exhibiting at the national conference of the American Group Medical Association. AMGA is a national organization of representatives from medical groups and organized systems of care, including some of the nation’s largest, most prestigious integrated healthcare delivery systems. On its website, AMGA [...]Software-as-a-Service Associated With Easier User Interfaces for Healthcare Providers
An article at Healthcare IT News discusses a newly released “Healthcare IT Insights and Opportunities” survey from IT trade association CompTIA that showed 58% of healthcare industry respondents would be more satisfied with electronic health records (EHR) systems if they were easier to use.Why Apex Builds Technology Solutions With Client Input
A February 19 article at Healthcare IT News reports on a survey of healthcare providers about their experiences with electronic health record (EHR) solutions.We’re Now Apex Information Technologies!
Today we’re pleased to announce a new name for Apex. Starting Monday, February 4, we’ll be doing business as Apex Information Technologies rather than our former name, Apex Print Technologies.The Future of Healthcare Information Technology is Patient-Focused
Without a doubt, information technology is crucial to improving behind-the-scenes efficiencies for healthcare providers. But another branch of healthcare IT is getting more attention recently: technologies that connect directly to patients. Healthcare providers and insurers are taking steps as never before to use innovative technology to get patients involved in their own care. This week, iHealthBeat.org published an article exploring some high-profile examples of that trend, in the following article: What the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show Means for Health Care IT, by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn.