Healthfully and Paya Deliver Expanded Patient Care and Payments through New Partnership
Friday, May 1st, 2020
Healthfully, an enterprise healthcare solutions provider, and Paya, a leader in integrated payments and e-commerce, announce a partnership to deliver robust, end-to-end payment processing and reporting through Healthfully’s consumer health platform. The combined solution enables Healthfully’s clients to accept payments for online, remote, and in person services, providing patients with flexibility while medical practices improve back-office efficiencies.
Healthfully simplifies the healthcare experience for patients, providers, families, and the community. The platform’s comprehensive design goes beyond the capabilities of patient engagement tools by delivering together collaboration, support, and rewards. Healthfully addresses multiple health and wellness touch points in the patient journey, including both virtual and physical connections. Paya’s integrated payment solution adds secure online, click-to-pay, and phone payment acceptance, with robust reconciliation and reporting to streamline back office functions for medical practices.
Healthfully is also announcing the launch of its TeleVideo+ solution, which provides much needed support for medical practices that leverage telehealth as a means of patient care. It is available at no charge through July 31, 2020. Paya’s technology enables convenient, secure payments for the virtual visits.
“The Healthfully platform is designed to offer a unified experience for all. Patient payments are a key element of that experience, and we are pleased to integrate Paya’s proven payment technology to make that function frictionless for all parties,” said Paul Viskovich, CEO of Healthfully.
“Paya is excited to deliver its end-to-end payment experience to Healthfully’s client community,” said Mark Engels, Chief Revenue Officer at Paya. “At a time when medical practices need to serve patients virtually, our combined telehealth and omni-payment solution provides business continuity and critical services to patients,” he continued.