Health care Financing


Healthcare involves any medical procedure meant to improve a person’s wellbeing. Healthcare financing refers to the management of funds for these medical resources. On a personal level, this type of financing refers to payments regarding hospital care, physician care, dental care, prescriptions, and other personal medical services. When patients cannot pay out-of-pocket medical expenses, healthcare financing works as credit and enables them to receive care.

Patients with healthcare financing. When providers take it upon themselves to collect payments, the provider-client relationship may become strained. Medical and financial conversations can be stressful; placing both of these responsibilities on the doctor can complicate the patient-provider relationship in the examination room. Doctors must delicately balance relaying healthcare information with collecting balances owed by the patient and with negligent patients, walk on eggshells and manage pressures in order to preserve a positive relationship. With flexible financing options, doctors can have easier financial conversations with their patients, reducing the pressure to collect upfront or amounts past due. Patients will know the terms, conditions, and deadlines and can engage in a sustainable, budget-friendly payment plan.

Medical costs continue to increase in the US. Whether measured by money per capita or percentage of GDP, the US spends more than any other nation on healthcare. These patterns of high-spending can negatively impact your business.

Providers waste significant time, energy, and money trying to collect payments from overdue patients. And, spending more on healthcare means spending less everywhere else. While a healthcare practice struggles to meet inflating healthcare costs, worker earnings may lie stagnant and jobs could migrate to less-expensive areas of the world. Overall, high-spending healthcare systems are not sustainable. Healthcare financing enables more patients to choose a sustainable payment plan, reliably growing your client-base and contributing to your success. And with more clients comes more revenue.


Journal of Healthcare Communications is an open access journal and publishes articles after thorough peer review. This journal handles many aspects related to technology with health. It is also analyzing modern issues, hypothesis, research findings, and evidence-based mediations and innovation across different areas of strategic health communication as applied to the healthcare, public health and global health fields.

The main aim of this journal is to focus on “Digital Technology”, where it promotes communication strategies, that may encourage improving patient health and community. Apart of digital technology, the journal also focuses on programs, surveys associated with health. This journal accepts the case studies, research articles, advanced technologies and emerging strategies etc. This journal helps to bridge the frame work in communication in healthcare between medical practitioner and patient.

A standard editorial manager system is utilized for manuscript submission, review, editorial processing and tracking which can be securely accessed by the authors, reviewers and editors for monitoring and tracking the article processing.

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John Wayne
Assistant Editorial Manager
Journal of Healthcare Communications