6 Steps to Prepare for Deductible Season

Thursday, October 27th, 2022 


Ready, set, deductible reset. 

Billing teams and practices are presented with many challenges during the first two months of the calendar year when deductibles reset. It is common to see a 20% dip in revenue, slower collection speeds, and increased call volume from patients about their medical bills. 

But with preparation, billing teams and practices can mitigate these challenges. Jeff Hillam, CEO of Red House Medical Billing, will cover steps you can take to minimize delay in capital, create a positive patient experience, and run your business efficiently.

This webinar will cover: 

  • Challenges faced during deductible season, including the financial impact of deductibles resetting
  • How billers can empower their practices to minimize delay in capital, create a positive patient experience, and run business efficiently
  • 6 steps for success during deductible season
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About Jeff Hillam

Jeff is an entrepreneur and CEO of Red House Medical Billing. He invests in small-mid cap RCM businesses and mentors practitioners in private practice and facilities with greater than 250 beds. He believes in keeping healthcare diverse, non-consolidated, and provides services to ensure doctors can efficiently operate in the business of medicine. Red House distinguishes itself by incorporating AI-backed RPA processes into its business, providing services to a wide variety of specialties nationwide.

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