Medipass gears up for increased telehealth activity post COVID-19

When the Australian government announced at the end of March that it would introduce new MBS items to allow healthcare providers to provide bulk-billed consultations to patients at risk from the coronavirus, card payment technology provider Medipass decided to do its bit by not charging for lodging claims using those items for the duration of the pandemic.

Telehealth is a relatively new market for the company, which was set up to allow allied health, general practice and specialist practices to make claims and process card payments without having to use a physical terminal. Medipass allows practices to process a payment simply and quickly in a telehealth situation or take a Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card payment over the phone.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Telehealth, MyHealth1st, Cliniko, Medipass

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