Being in the healthcare industry is both a civic duty and a business. On one hand, hospitals and similar facilities are entrusted with caring for the population’s health; on the other hand, they need to turn a profit, in order to continue offering their services. Given the high cost of medical care, however, hospitals often succeed in providing the former but struggle with the latter.
In recent years, eligibility services have helped hospitals avoid potential bad debt. Some companies assist patients in enrolling for government programs, such as Medicare, so they can get subsidized healthcare and minimize their out-of-pocket costs—the greatest source of potential medical debt. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2iqFmJZ