Patient Options is looking for new partners to collaborate with!

Patient Options offers plenty of different ways to be a partner. Let’s find out how we can work together with our access to healthcare doctors and patients and find a win-win solution.

Practice Management groups and Trade groups

  • Give your members a great product that will increase their satisfaction with your services
  • Help your clients grow larger and reach more patients
  • Give your clients a good night’s rest knowing they are protected from dual fee schedule accusations, time of service discounts, anti-kickback statutes, inducement violations, false claims acts and civil monetary penalties

EHR, EMR, and Practice management systems

  • Are looking to integrate safety to your providers directly into your system?
  • Earn partner revenue from your provider base
  • API services and SDKs to plug into your software

Medical Billers and revenue management firms

  • Reduce your administrative costs by protecting yourself against unruly audits.
  • Increase your clients overall patient population

We work with and endorse these great companies and associations!

http://patientpaymentsolutions.com/

https://www.hipaatraining.com?affid=patientoptions

http://www.jtechmedical.com

http://www.fraudwasteandabusetraining.com/

http://www.chirobizacademy.com/

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