How cool is that?
Actually, that is partially true. The webinar is in fact free. But it is not only for PediatricInc subscribers. It is available for everyone! (I got carried away).
Even though this is only a 30-minute webinar, Mary Pat covers a lot of ground. Below is a list of what she goes over:
- What are the Four Steps to implementing CCOF?
- Is it legal and PCI-complaint to keep a credit card on file?
- How do you get the patient’s signature on a credit card transaction if they are not physically in the practice?
- What if the patient refuses to give us a credit card or does not have a credit or debit card?
- Credit card fees are expensive! Why would I want to increase my credit card merchant fees?
- Do practices usually ask Medicaid and Medicare patientsto keep a credit card on file?
- What impact will the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) have on practices with or without a credit card on file program?
- Is there a Payment Gateway or Credit Card Processor that you recommend?
- What are the major benefits to using a credit card on file program in a practice?
- What other resources are available if I want to implement Credit Card on File in my practice?
- Attendee questions and answers
If you’ve followed me on social media for some time, you know I’m a huge fan of the CCOF program. At Salud Pediatrics, we instituted the COF in 2009 and never looked back. I’d say it has been one of the best decisions we’ve made.
Sure, we’ve ruffled some feathers. Some parents still get defensive. But the overwhelming majority of parents in our practice understand why it is necessary for us to do this.
Below, I’ve embedded the webinar. Make sure to visit managemypractice.com after seeing the video. They have a lot of great resources and a fabulous, informative blog. Mary Pat was also an early guest on the Pediatric Practice Management AwesomeCast. You can check out the interview Chip and I did with Mary Pat by clicking here.