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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Medical Billers Describe Significant Impact from COVID-19 Pandemic
Inbox Health recently conducted a national survey of medical billers to understand the effects of the pandemic on our industry, and despite the financial fallout for some - most billers are doing what is necessary to succeed.
Patient Driven Payment Plans
Times are hard. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current unemployment rate is 14.7%, and is expected to drop even further due to the coronavirus pandemic. What happens when a patient is unemployed, with no health insurance, and they have to visit the hospital due to an emergency? What happens to that collection?
Inbox Health National Survey of medical billers reveals key challenges and investments resulting from the coronavirus pandemic
In a new survey by Inbox Health, medical billers revealed that the lower revenues from the elimination of elective procedures and routine care has been amplified beyond the doctor’s office to pose a serious threat to industries that support them.