Medical Economics features an article by Rajesh Voddiraju, President of Health iPASS, a Sphere Company. In the article, “How digital tools can help providers collect what they are owed,” Voddiraju shares insights on the headwinds providers are facing–some that existed before the pandemic and some that the pandemic created. To thrive financially in a post-pandemic world,

MedCity News features an article by Curtis Bauer, Chief Innovation Officer at Sphere. In the article, “Why it’s time for your practice to adopt digital payments,” Bauer shares insights on how digital wallets benefit both providers and patients alike. Digital wallets offer greater convenience, ease of use, efficiency and security than traditional methods of medical

MGMA Connection features an article by Rajesh Voddiraju, President of Health iPASS, a Sphere Company. In the article, “No going back: 6 digital patient engagement tools accelerated by COVID-19”, he shares insights on digital tools that grew increasingly popular with consumers during the pandemic are likely to maintain momentum in a post-pandemic world. These include:

Seamless integration with Sphere’s TrustCommerce platform enables providers to accept mobile wallet transactions, such as Google Pay and Apple Pay, within MyChart.   Nashville, TN, March 10, 2022 —Sphere, a leading provider of end-to-end integrated healthcare payments and security software, today announced that its TrustCommerce platform supports Google Pay™ and Apple Pay® within its Epic

Consumer survey reveals that 65% of Americans over the age of 54 have paid healthcare bills online in previous year   Nashville, TN, November 16, 2021 — As consumers grow increasingly comfortable with using online tools to manage activities as disparate as dinner reservations, banking and hairstyling appointments, a new consumer survey reveals that even

In a recent HealthCare Business News article, Ryne Natzke, Senior Vice President of Growth and Strategy discusses how consumers rely on online tools for shopping, banking, and other tasks and how patients’ desire a similarly frictionless experience with healthcare providers. Patients want the ability to shop for services, make appointments, ask follow-up questions, and pay for care all in