Here’s how it works:
Create a service
Offer Hello Health as a subscription-based service to your patients for a few dollars a month. You get free access to our electronic health record (EHR), which has been certified as a Complete EHR by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®) an ONC-ATCB.
Your patients get the convenience of online scheduling, secure messaging and video chats with your practice, and access to labs, notes and their personal health record (they can even log in through a mobile app!).
Adopt a new business model
A portion of the subscription fee goes to Hello Health; the rest goes to the practice. And the best part is, there’s no cost to you! (terms and conditions apply)
Generate New Revenue™
When your patients subscribe, your share of the monthly fees turns your EHR into a revenue generator of up to $20,000 per practice. Combined with incentives and other opportunities like direct pay services, revenue opportunities can even exceed $35,000 per year for some practices.
Use that revenue to offset other medical practice management costs
Once you’re earning money from Hello Health’s patient subscription model, we can work with you to build a customized solution that applies your new incremental revenue stream to fund things like medical billing services, or pay for your medical billing software.
Maintain a Profitable Practice™
We not only help you with new revenue streams, but we also provide the framework to keep your practice financially sound. Hello Health offers a Credit Card on File (CCOF) program. When patients check in for appointments through our iPad kiosk, we collect and securely store their credit, debit or HSA/FSA card information to enroll them in a 30-day free trial of our patient portal. Having credit card information on file for your patients lets you process payments at the point of service; and collect copays and unpaid balances to reduce bad debt, increase cash flow and improve your revenue cycle!
Learn about how Hello Health helped Dr. Joel Fine achieve his practice profit goals while meeting the criteria for Meaningful Use.Open Case Study