Liquid Payments Offers Patient Payments Service FREE to Providers to Manage Telehealth Surge Due to Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic

Share Article

Liquid Payments offers a 90-day FREE patient payments platform, inclusive of the "TeleCharge" feature, to help healthcare providers meet the increased demand for telehealth services.

Virtual healthcare consultation

Virtual healthcare consultation using Liquid Payments payment platform

"Our focus right now is to support and best serve the evolving needs of healthcare providers and their patients," states Shashi Kapur, CEO, Liquid Payments.

As the White House now seeks $1 trillion plus to blunt the fallout from the drastic changes to daily life caused by the coronavirus, and with $500 million allocated to expand access to telehealth services, Liquid Payments, Inc., announced today it is offering its mobile patient payments platform, inclusive of the “TeleCharge” feature, for free. The move comes in an effort to support and help better-position healthcare practices for the overnight surge in patient demand.

Among other solutions in the healthcare payments space, Liquid Payments offers a feature-rich mobile platform for improved patient-to-provider payments processing. Designed for healthcare providers, urgent care clinics, and hospitals, Liquid Payments’ core payments technology includes “TeleCharge,” an instant mobile payment option initiated at the time of a remote encounter. This enables providers to offer televisits with a convenient, frictionless payment experience so they can focus on patient care.

Televisits are proving to be an increasingly valuable tool to help healthcare providers combat the coronavirus outbreak and reduce the spread of infection. A practice already on the rise over the last several decades, telehealth is quickly becoming the new standard in patient care in light of COVID-19. As a result, healthcare providers are forced to evolve to meet these changing needs, including leveraging new tools and technology to better care for, and accommodate patients.

Liquid’s “TeleCharge” is one such tool and can be invoked immediately, on the fly, with one click of a button. Now available free for 90-days, telehealth patients benefit from a transparent, convenient payment option as providers offer continuity of care during this unsettling time.

“Shashi Kapur, CEO, Liquid Payments, commented, “Our focus right now is to support and best serve the evolving needs of healthcare providers and their patients. One way we can do this is to make our solution, and specifically our TeleCharge feature, accessible to all providers by removing any cost barriers. In this case, we’re enabling providers to proceed with virtual care without worry over payments.”

Liquid Payments specializes in helping healthcare providers take greater control over patient payments by improving services and lowering costs. The Liquid PCI and HIPAA compliant payment-card capture, along with SMS technology, allows healthcare providers to auto-charge patient balances owed, set up automatic recurring payment plans, send payment links to collect balances due, and more. Patients enjoy simple, convenient payment options and better communication.

By digitalizing payments, Liquid Payments also provides efficiencies in remittance to providers, resulting in increased revenue, improved cash flow, reduced costs, as well as decreased write-offs.

For more information on Liquid Payments and how to get started for free as a Telehealth provider, visit http://www.liquid-payments.com/telehealth

About Liquid Payments, Inc.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Liquid Payments, Inc. (LQ), is a financial technology innovator in the healthcare 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

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website