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Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Making it Easier for Patients to Pay Promptly

October 25th, 2 PM – 3 PM ET

Presented by

Mend Health_694x232

Here’s what we’ll discuss:

As more patients elect hybrid care models, there is more urgency to capture patient responsibility for both in-person and virtual visits.

Patient payments that are not integrated and automated can confuse patients and create needless manual work for staff. They are also likely to result in uncollected payments or significant delays in A/R.
In this session we’ll discuss ways healthcare providers and billing agencies are responding to patient preferences for an easy digital check-in and payment experience. What approaches are working well, and what are the key lessons learned from organizations who have gone down this path?

Solution Experts

Matt McBride_347x347
CEO and Co-Founder of Mend

An enterprise-grade patient engagement and telehealth platform designed to help healthcare organizations scale their practice and care for more patients. An experienced entrepreneur, he co founded Mend in 2015 with three best friends to revolutionize healthcare delivery. At Mend, Matt is focused on using the power of telemedicine, A.I. reminders, digital forms and more to make it easier for patients and providers to communicate. With deep experience in healthcare tech companies – including OneOncology and Varian Medical Systems – Matt understands how medical offices work and how providers can leverage technology to reduce administrative burden, spend more quality time with patients and operate more efficiently.

Driven by a commitment to excellence, Matt works relentlessly to curate solutions that help healthcare organizations care for more patients. A hands-on chief executive who works closely with customers, his goal is to deliver the best possible products and services to help as many patients as possible.

Geoff Gibson_347x347
Vice President of Sales & Partnerships at Mend

Geoff also served in numerous roles spanning over a decade at Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, both as a sales leader and individual contributor, where he was a consistent top performer in both the new business and client sales divisions of the company. At Allscripts, he was a strategic advisor to some of the most esteemed healthcare organizations in the Eastern US, selling acute and ambulatory EHR, patient engagement, and ancillary solutions.

Geoff Gibson is a 16 year veteran in the Healthcare IT industry who is currently the Vice President of Sales & Partnerships at Mend, a virtual care and patient engagement healthcare technology platform.

He is currently responsible for new business growth in both the software and media divisions of the organization, and has responsibility for partnership expansions within the existing client base. Geoff also leads the company’s efforts in finding business partnerships that align with Mend’s strategic plans.

Warren Bates_347x347
President/COO of Mend

President of Mend, B2B healthcare patient engagement software platform that supports more than five million patients across the country. He has held various roles at Mend since 2016 and has been instrumental in Mend’s growth and evolution into a leading enterprise solution for healthcare organizations. Prior to his entrepreneurial endeavors, Bates was the Chief Business Officer of the International Space Station National Lab where he oversaw a portfolio of wide-ranging R&D projects focused on life and physical sciences, remote sensing and technology development in low earth orbit.

Bates also previously worked for Morgan Stanley’s global power and utilities investment banking group and then moved to Sentinel Capital Partners, a middle market private equity fund where he oversaw investments in a wide range of industries including aerospace and defense, business services, consumer products and services, distribution, food and restaurants, franchising, healthcare, and manufacturing.

This is an executive peer group round table event for 8-10 Healthcare leaders. We use a conversational, story-telling approach that works best when everyone participates. This is NOT a webinar or any kind of one-way presentation.

Who should apply for an invitation?

Healthsystems, Hospitals and RCM service providers who are looking to eliminate delays in account receivables
Decision-makers who have buying authority for their organization

Participation in the Virtual Roundtable is free of charge to qualified attendees. Once you’ve completed the registration, we’ll confirm your invitation and send you a calendar invite with a link to the meeting.

If you don’t qualify, we’ll suggest other learning events that may be a better fit for you.

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