Liquid Payments Launches RPA-Based “One-Click Payment", Orchestrating Tighter Integration With Any PMS And Faster, More Accurate Patient Payments For Healthcare Practices

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Liquid Payments, an omnichannel healthcare payments platform, introduces "one-click payment" to their portal, orchestrating tighter integration with any PMS and faster, more accurate patient payments for healthcare practices.

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"This newly released, advanced integration component substantially augments the user experience and takes our current RPA functionality to the next level, giving medical and dental practices the ability to take patient payments with just “One-Click."

Applicable to any healthcare practice management system, Liquid Payments announces their “One-Click Payment” integration, enabling medical and dental practices to process patient payments with greater ease, reliability, and efficiency, optimizing the payment experience for patients and practices alike.

True to form, Liquid Payments, a leading-edge patient payments provider, continues its innovation in the healthcare payments space by broadening the application of its RPA (Robotics Processing Automation) technology. The latest enhancement to the solution introduces a slick, seamless integration layer which more tightly integrates patient payments with any underlying PMS (Practice Management System). The result is faster, more accurate processing of patient payments and elimination of manual steps as transaction data is automatically rendered to Liquid users directly from the PMS’ appointments calendar, a practice’s “source of truth.” Practices can now accept and process payments by simply selecting the applicable patient right from the Liquid Payments embedded calendar, overcoming the barriers of data entry, bringing speed to patient check-in/check-out, and improving the overall payment experience.

Shashi Kapur, CEO, Liquid Payments, commented, “Carving out new territory and pushing boundaries in the healthcare payments space is in our DNA. Thinking of new ways to leverage our technology assets, and executing on those ideas, to better serve our customer base is what drives our team every day. In doing so, we continue to build upon and optimize our solution. This newly released, advanced integration component substantially augments the UI/UX and takes our current RPA functionality to the next level, giving medical and dental practices the ability to take patient payments with just “One-Click.”

Designed for healthcare organizations, medical and dental practices of any size and specialty, DSO’s, walk-in clinics, multi-specialty groups, and the like, the Liquid Payments’ end-to-end patient payments solution incorporates a seamless point-of-sale (POS) experience, leveraging the latest payment terminals, as well as payment-card tokenization and a host of mobile, card on file, and e-commerce features. This comprehensive suite of payment features is accentuated by our RPA/automation technology, which facilitates automatic posting of all patient payments into any PMS, and now enables the One-Click Payment option!

“We are particularly excited about Liquid’s latest integrated feature, allowing us to offer even more value to the practices we support, says Amy Crawford, EVP, Growth Strategies/Business Development. Our One-Click Payment option cements Liquid’s differentiation in the marketplace and is just one of the many up-and-coming enhancements to our core platform.”

The Liquid Payments solution is designed to drive faster, better, and easier processing of patient payments, accelerating patient receivables, reducing the cost of collections, and providing patients with the frictionless payment experience they expect.

For more information on Liquid Payments and to integrate your practice management system, visit http://www.Liquid-Payments.com.

About Liquid Payments, Inc.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Liquid Payments, Inc. (LQ), is a financial technology innovator applying the latest payments technologies to the medical, dental, and veterinary space. LQ has solutions deployed in multiple medical payments sectors including healthcare cost-sharing entities and healthcare practices and is currently advancing emerging applications of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the industry. For more information visit http://www.Liquid-Payments.com.

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