Paytient Blog

Articles written by our employee benefits experts.

February 21st, 2022

[Listen] Paytient's Darius Chehrzad Talks Healthcare Affordability, Employee Benefits

Paytient Chief Commercial Officer Darius Chehrzad was the guest on a recent episode of the HRchat podcast. The discussion touches on how a tool like Paytient fits into an employer’s benefits offering as well as the long-term effects of employees delaying or skipping care.

February 17th, 2022

Why It’s Time to Start Taking the Employee Experience Seriously

Healthcare access has a tremendous impact on employee productivity and retention. Let’s explore how you can adjust your benefit offering to improve the workplace experience and the quality of life for your employees and their families.

February 15th, 2022

4 Ways Hospital Leaders Can Support Healthcare Workers During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a severe emotional toll on healthcare workers, exposing them to an extreme amount of anxiety, stress, and burnout. This pandemic will have ripple effects on healthcare workers’ mental health for years to come, making it critical that hospital leaders find ways to support their people.

February 10th, 2022

How to Read a Medical Bill

Confused by your latest medical bill? You’re certainly not alone. Here’s a handy guide to reading medical bills and deciphering the endless stream of specialized terms, confusing acronyms, and medical billing codes.

February 8th, 2022

The Real Cost of Delayed Healthcare

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who wants to delay seeking the medical care they need, but it’s an unfortunate reality for many Americans. Here’s why delayed medical care is such a bad idea.

February 3rd, 2022

Paytient, Commerce Bank Announce Collaboration to Improve Healthcare Affordability

Paytient is collaborating with Commerce Bank to serve the needs of enterprise employers and health systems seeking to improve how people access and afford care.

February 3rd, 2022

Using Data to Find Your Market Opportunity

Hospitals and health systems operate at their best when they have deep connections with local employers. But before they can forge these mutually beneficial relationships with employers, hospital and health system leaders must first examine their local markets — including a close look at key industries and their potential market opportunity.

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