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RevenueWell and CareCredit have joined forces to provide more opportunities for patients to accept recommended dental care. (Photo: CareCredit)

CareCredit announces partnership with RevenueWell

By Dental Tribune USA
February 03, 2021

COSTA MESA, Calif., and CHICAGO, Ill., USA: CareCredit, a provider of health, wellness and personal care credit products, and RevenueWell, a provider of patient engagement solutions, recently announced a partnership to help practices aid more of their patients get the care they need.

By integrating CareCredit within the RevenueWell platform, front office dental teams will have access to fast and easy tools to make it easier to educate patients about financial options, according to a press release.

When patients have an out-of-pocket expense for their dental care needs, cost can be a concern and barrier to treatment — especially during a financially challenging time. To help overcome this challenge, RevenueWell has integrated the CareCredit Quickscreen product so practices can easily communicate the availability of special financing options without leaving the RevenueWell platform.

With this integration, practices can automatically identify patients on the schedule who are pre-approved with no impact to their credit bureau report or those patients who already have an existing CareCredit credit card, the press release said. Giving patients the ability to pay for their dental care with CareCredit helps patients to spread out their investment over time, while practices are able to get paid within two business days.

“Often times, patients may delay or decline recommended treatment because of unspoken cost concerns,” said Doug Hammond, senior vice president and general manager at CareCredit. “By partnering with RevenueWell and integrating Quickscreen, we hope to provide doctors and their teams with a simple, easy way to see who is pre-approved for special financing options so that they can comfortably communicate the benefits of CareCredit and encourage patients to move forward with needed care.”

“We are excited to join forces with CareCredit to provide our practices an additional resource to increase case acceptance, while giving patients an additional financing option for their oral healthcare needs,” said Alex Nozdrin, chief marketing officer at RevenueWell.”

(Source: CareCredit)

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