Hi, we’re Inbox Health
We’re a passionate team full of developers, engineers, data scientists, and operators driven to reinvent the world of medical billing; bringing increased clarity around charges and more convenient ways to pay.
"Healthcare is about caring for people. Industry-standard billing systems are designed to not care about our unique circumstances and just send a bill, and if you don’t pay, send you to collections. We need to be building billing systems that are thoughtful about giving patients the treatment they deserve, from a billing standpoint as well as a care standpoint."
Blake Walker , CEO
Inbox Health is on a mission to reinvent healthcare, beginning with patient billing. We're working to turn a frustrating and opaque process into an intelligent, personalized experience. We strive every day to create a better model for healthcare billing for all of us. We believe third party medical billers are an important backbone of the US healthcare industry, and one that can help spur a better, fairer healthcare economy. We have chosen to focus our innovation on the needs of these billers to help bring about change across the tens of thousands of independent practitioners they serve.
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Inbox Health releases new integrated product, Mailbox, to digitally manage patient mail
Today, Inbox Health, the patient communication platform for medical billers, released a new integrated product, Mailbox, which allows billing companies and practices to digitize patient mail while automating the deposit and posting of check payments. This product helps practices get paid faster and eliminates overhead around physically handling paper checks and other mailed correspondence.
Introducing Mailbox: Seamless Mailed Payments
In building Mailbox, the team at Inbox Health set out to create the first truly seamless, integrated experience around patient mail. We wanted to create a process around snail mail that felt like magic, and to speak for the team, I think we've been able to do that.
Is it safe to see my doctor?
One of the indirect health costs of the COVID-19 pandemic is that fear of infection has caused many patients to delay non-COVID-19 related healthcare visits. Stay-at-home orders in many States and, in the case of millions of newly unemployed Americans, the loss of healthcare coverage, have resulted in the postponement (or, in some cases, avoidance) of treatment.