Tag: patient loans

ClearBalance Consumerism Study Finds Patients Seek Affordable Healthcare Financing

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 14, 2016 – Healthcare is a big-ticket expense that requires long-term financing, according to 91 percent of patients/consumers responding to the ClearBalance® Healthcare Consumerism study. Now in its second year, the Healthcare Consumerism study measures awareness, satisfaction and loyalty with the ClearBalance consumer-friendly loan program. It also measures patients’ use of the program and … Continue reading “ClearBalance Consumerism Study Finds Patients Seek Affordable Healthcare Financing”

New HFMA Research Reveals Increase in Hospital Self-Pay Receivables

Jan. 17, 2011 — The vast majority of hospitals — 97 percent — participating in HFMA’s most recent Healthcare Financial Pulse study reported an increase in self-pay receivables compared with the prior fiscal year. At more than one-third of these hospitals, the increase was 10 percent or greater. The study found that small hospitals were most … Continue reading “New HFMA Research Reveals Increase in Hospital Self-Pay Receivables”