Healthcare Payments: A New Market Emerges

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As a result of the Obama Administration's aggressive push for healthcare reform, the healthcare industry is once again a front and center topic of discussion. Concurrently, the payments industry is undergoing an important shift as it pertains to form, accessibility, and the need to create new markets. These two dynamics are the catalysts driving a major reshaping of the healthcare payments industry. 
A huge and largely untapped market is waiting for healthcare payment solution providers to step up and we are beginning to see investments being made to address the functionality gaps present in the existing market, Patricia Hewitt, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Debit Advisory Service comments. 
In this webinar, based on our 2010 research report , Healthcare Payments: Pay Now or Pay Later, Preparation Meets Opportunity, we're going to examine the healthcare payments market and discuss what we believe the future holds for investments already made and those yet to come. During this event, we will attempt to quantify new market opportunities, examine solution providers, and discuss the product strategies that are emerging in support of healthcare payments, both pre and post-procedure. 
Patient Out of Pocket Spend
HSA Penetration and Revenue Streams
Healthcare Prepaid and Gift Card Strategies
Consumer to Provider Payments