DEMONSTRATION: How to Prepare for the End of the PHE: Detect Medicaid Lapses & Automate Re-Enrollment
DATE: Wednesday, February 15th, 2023
The official end of the PHE is slated for April which means that millions of patients will lose their Medicaid coverage, placing the task of re-enrollment in your team's (already full) hands.
PointCare detects Medicaid lapses and conducts patient outreach for you, getting patients re-enrolled before their next visit and before lost revenue or disruption to their continuity of care.
- Everett Lebherz, CEO, PointCare
- Dr. Robert Young, VP of Patient Financial Services, AltaMed
The fees for this demonstration webinar have been waived thanks to our partner PointCare
PointCare is a proactive coverage management platform developed specifically for FQHCs to manage their Medicaid population. Utilizing Lapse Detection, Patient Messaging, and Virtual Re-Enrollment, PointCare is automating the Medicaid enrollment process for patients and providers. Learn more here.
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