Medical Articles & News


October 6, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington
Tags: News, FinPay In The News

Inc. magazine revealed that FinPay, a recognized leader in patient engagement and financial management, is on its annual Inc. 5000 list for the 2nd year in a row, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful companies within the economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses. The list measures growth between 2018 and 2021, during which FinPay experienced rapid growth of 265.5%. FinPay also ranks 134th in Health Services, 64th in the state of Pennsylvania and 61st in the city of Philadelphia!

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Benefits of FinPay for Employers

October 5, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington
Tags: Tips

When deciding to enter behavioral health treatment, most people will either seek a referral from a trusted person or do their own research and read reviews. In both cases, a first impression carries a lot of weight. Whether it is a first-hand account of successful treatment and compassionate care from a friend, or a litany of positive online reviews, it is almost certain to involve a financial component.

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What to Do When You Need More Payment Options for Healthcare Services

September 28, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington
Tags: Patients

In navigating American healthcare, including behavioral healthcare, most Americans have a decidedly unpleasant experience. Financial considerations are almost always the root of the problem as there is a lack of practical, accessible payment solutions for patients. When a patient is surprised by unexpected medical bills, or the bills are more than a patient can afford, it creates a breakdown in the patient-provider relationship. 

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How Pre-Care Engagement Can Help with Patient Retention

September 21, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington
Tags: Patients, Tips

The American healthcare experience, including behavioral health, for the average patient, is generally complex, confusing, frustrating, and overall unpleasant experience. Is it any wonder that the relationships between patients and providers are so distant or that unpaid medical bills are now a major source of debt collection for American consumers? There is a solution for providers who wish to foster a healthy, productive relationship with their patients.

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The Dangers of Avoiding Healthcare Over Fear of Financing

September 14, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington

The American healthcare system has a reputation for being one of the best in the world. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most complicated for the average patient to navigate. Solutions for patients exist, but they are not easy to access, and fearful, frustrated patients too often realize the dangers of avoiding healthcare.

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How to Make Patient Financial Responsibility Easy and Affordable

September 7, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington

Too often, patients refrain from seeking necessary behavioral healthcare because of negative perceptions. They believe the cost and paperwork surrounding treatment are insurmountable obstacles. For many, the assumption is that any patient financial responsibility would be a lifelong debt they would never repay, or the bureaucracy of insurance companies and treatment centers would never end. For providers, they have every reason to make patient financial responsibility easy and affordable – it ensures they receive payment for their services, and it creates a relationship of trust and loyalty with the patient who will return for future treatment. Contact us today at

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3 Ways to Improve Patient Financial Experience

August 31, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington

Healthcare costs and paying for them pose obstacles for patients and providers alike. The patient financial experience is a frustrating, opaque process for the average American. For providers, a willingness to discuss financial responsibility before treatment begins creates transparency and opportunities for patient education. This leads to greater patient financial responsibility and satisfaction, all of which improve the patient's financial experience.

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How Financial Stress Can Cause Negative Effects on Employee Productivity

August 25, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington

American society has undergone unprecedented changes over the last few years, primarily brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. A shift to remote work, an increase in inflation affecting the prices of household goods, and supply chain issues creating shortages have naturally affected the American workplace and the American employee.

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Is Financial Assistance Available for Mental Health Treatment?

August 17, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington

Mental health disorders affect many Americans every year. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experiences mental illness in a given year. While mental illness is common, it can be challenging to manage and treat. Mental health disorders can cause problems with thinking, feeling, and behaving. They can make it hard to cope with everyday stress, relate to other people, and keep a job.

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A Data-Driven Admissions Strategy Means Fewer Patients Lost

August 17, 2022 by Christopher Wolfington
Tags: News, Health


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